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talldude175 Friday, December 3rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested0 of 12 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
tippy 98c with flatline,spider e99 avent with xsf board,all kinda spyders
Marker Setup: E99 avant,halo B,centerflag 47/3000 tank,teardrop barrel,new board,and sweet spot trigger,xsf board
Recommended
Upgrades:
just a drop and a e-blade
Strengths: Pretty,light,you will hit what you shoot at
Weaknesses: Slow,i hated the back cocking thingy
Review: When i play with my other guns i get about 10-15 people when play all day. i used the ccm and got about 10-15 out in the 1st couple of rounds.i hated the back cocker thing cuz it would keep hitting the side of my mask and the ball would roll out.but i guess its cuz I'm not used to cocker's.i also had some problems with the speed of the gun it would not shoot fast at all i chopped so many ball.i can remember what kinda hopper it was but i think it was a 9v revvy.but the accuracy makes up for the speed.
Conclusion: I loved it i would of got 1 but i have an angle obsession
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
chris in va Monday, December 6th, 2004 | 10:00 pm PST
If the cocking rod was hitting your mask, the beavertail was missing. Balls rolling out just means the paint/barrel match was poor.

Chopping can be completely eliminated on cockers by simply turning down the LPR pressure. The bolt simply stops on the ball rather than cutting it in half like on blowbacks.

Like you said, it just takes some time getting used to cockers.
   

Austin.1 Tuesday, January 4th, 2005 | 6:22 pm PST
chris in va said it

sounds like the beavertair was missing.

you say you're not used to cockers. you may have been short stroking the trigger (not pulling it back quite enough), which could lead to chops. also the timing could have been off which can lead to chops (i think).

i've actually never touched a cocker in my life so don't take my word...
   

PiranhaUser Tuesday, January 4th, 2005 | 7:06 pm PST
chris in va was right

try what he said an i bet your guns performance will double
   

.:{}:. Thursday, March 3rd, 2005 | 7:39 pm PST
The reason why its slow is because it is a mechanical cocker, not electro. cockers are not made for speed.
   

buckeyefan012 Tuesday, June 7th, 2005 | 2:25 pm PST
I agree with all these guys something was wrong with your gun.
   

random heor Friday, February 24th, 2006 | 6:53 pm PST
all of the problems u were having were personal error. u say it wasn't fast enough u mean too fast. u say the balls rolled out the barrell you didn't match the paint to your barrel. it helps if u know what to do with a gun b4 u shoot it. i cant stand to see ppl who don't know what there doing and decide to blame it on there equipment.
   

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