AGD Classic: similar in simplicity and reliabilty
WGP Orracle: just as accurate and ROF
Dragun TES: Tac has similar trigger pull nice and light
Tippy A5: Tac is as reliable as an A5 without the noise and kick
Tac One w/ ULT
Nothing, you are good to go outta the box!
Weight 2.5 pounds
AGD reputation for reliability and performance
Easy to clean
I had a brand new Orracle for a week. It leaked like a old row boat. Sold it and the next week bought a Tac One. The Tac One is by far the nicest marker I have shot and owned. I took it out of the box attached my Z-drop and HPA tank and went out to chrono it. I got 277, 277,278,277. I was impressed. The X-Valve ensures high recharge rates and shot to shot consistancy. The Tac One is very light and easy to manuever. Its dead on accurate as well. The J&J barrel does a good job. Chopped paint is a thing of the past with the Level 10 bolt. I have gotten two barrel breaks but thats not because of the marker. Its very easy to clean. Just one screw and out comes the bolt. Run it under hot water, dry it off, put it back in the tube, just add a bit of oil to the ASA and you are ready to go again. The looks of the marker are impressive as well.
Im very pleased with the Tac One. It is by far the best marker Ive shot or owned. I cant imagine anything I would change to make it better. Thanks Air Gun Design for another amazing marker.