Just about every pump there is minus a deuce for whoever knows what that is.
Combat Connections Enforcer running a 10 oz and a 50 round hopper. Also use 2 kp-2's, 2 kp-3's, 3pgp's, P-68, PMI-II, Piranha SB, and lots and lots more pumps, mostly sheridan.
Make a fast changer by tapping in a hole so you can screw in a normal screw. If your cheap than JB weld on some washers or pennies. Battle grips or PMI rubbers, maybe a cocker frame adaptor, trrigger shoes, feed tube slots, speed loader, lots more. VELOCITY ADJUSTER.
There are 2 versions. There is the 2001 model and the older ones. Also the zgp and the pg but lets forget about those.
Older one- Evrthing is flawless. Shoots darts, looks sweet, custimizable, its a pump, light, doesnt chop, and easliy taken apart. Efficient. Everything is good. I wish they still made these ones instead of the newer ones. Only bad parts is that it needs a velocity adjuster and a fasst changer out of the box. New bolts and speed loaders are good too.
Get these. Easy to modify and fun to work on. Good tinkerers gun. Better than 3/4 of the nelsons out there.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, November 26th, 2005 at 6:12 pm PST
Actually stock the older valves are more efficient. This is because the new ones and old ones have 2 different valves, the new ones are called cartridge valves and can be taken out as one peice. While the old ones have a non-cartidge valve that must be taken out in pieces. The newer valves are too constricting on air flow and this causes them to be less efficient. Yet the new ones do come with a speed loader, velocity adjuster and fast change threads. But you can buy a speed loader, velocity adjuster and fasst changer for the old ones as well. And i do not see how the new ones can be lighter, they are both made of the same materials (except for the very old PGP pump handles which were steel).