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Munkyzero182 Sunday, November 21st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Shocktech drop asa, Stock spyder electra asa, Stock 04 Autococker Asa
Marker Setup: 04 vertical autococker, Shocktech drop forward, System X slider, Crossfire 68/4500
Strengths: See Review
Weaknesses: -Have not found any yet
Review: - I bought the system x slider a couple weeks ago and put it on my new 04 vertical autococker. It has a very nice design yet very simple mounting layout. No problems.

-Mounting options include dovetail mounting or an insert block for a screw mounting to a drop forward or directly to the gun. a main screw clamps the core into the cradle as well as holds the cradle to the dovetail. A small screw at bottom of cradle also helps keep core in place.

-Like the person before me said the sizes aren't exact so there is a small space when using a dovetail mount, but for me its only a 1 cm gap. It gives me no problems and still gives the core a very sturdy hold as well as on my drop forward. For me, the main set screw alone can hold my core, i can take off the small screw at the bottom of the cradle without risking movement from the core. The tank is held secure with no problems.

-air line is in front

-on off action very smooth and fast, helps save your air. silver button gases up gun, red turns it off. A nice feature is a bleed hole which empties out the remaining air in your air lines in a second. very handy for on the field emergencies. During a game one of my hoses on the pneumatics of my 04 popped. i simply pressed the red button, air went off, fixed my hose, pressed silver, air went on, good to go. it took me about 8 seconds. You only need one hand to turn the asa on and off. i have a crossfire high pressure nitro tank and its very easy to turn on off but it would be pretty hard to simply bump the air off accidentally while in play unless you bump the red button flat against a wall.

- i haven't had to change my o rings yet so i will check in about 30 cycles and like the guy before me said it does come with spare o rings.
Conclusion: -i have not found any problems with this asa. The retail price is not bad and it comes in different colors. The action and concept are great and i would recommend this to anyone. Ive gotten many complements on the style as well as function of this asa.
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, November 21st, 2004 at 8:50 pm PST

Review Comments
Feight Monday, January 8th, 2007 | 8:55 am PST
Where did you get the System X ASA? Im looking for it because I really want and need it but I cant find them anywhere...

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