Stock AT-85, used a Nitro Duck tank and a 12volt Revolution when I played with it.
Nitrogen. Really aren't too many other upgrades. I hated the Allen headed screws in the rear of the gun (total of 4), so went with stainless steel Philips.
Powerful gun, can really be your enemy if in the right hands.
Expensive, not a practical gun.
The AT-85 is a serious piece of hardware. If used right, it will own the field. Accurate, nice designs, but a bad gun for overall use. It is very expensive and needs a lot of care. I used the gun for a year, then the cog pull broke one day at the field. That little piece of metal costs $30. It is now fixed, but not my main gun.
Good gun if you are into scenario games, and only scenario games.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, December 11th, 2006 at 12:39 pm PST