WGP Orracle=much more troublesome
AGD Tac One=very nice marker just not at same level as a Palmer
2004 Palmer Blazer BZ2438, 12" Nickel Ported Palmer Barrel, Nickel Highlights, Black Stabilizer, Stock Single Trigger/Gripframe, Unimount ASA, Crossfire 68/3k HPA, Ricochet AK loader
This marker is loaded with top level parts already. Any upgrades would be cosmetic or just a preference change such as a 45* gripframe.
Reliabilty, Accuracy, Efficiency, Light weight, User friendly, its a Palmer!
Not for tinkering with, If it works dont fix it! Sleeper looks, Price
I have owned a few mechancial markers such as the A5, WGP Orracle, 68 Mag and a Tac One. The Blazer is what I have been looking for. I wanted the benefits of a closed bolt marker without the headaches and problems of an Autococker. I found it in the Blazer. Glenn Palmer has spent over 15 years developing and refining paintball guns and the Blazer is the result. The Blazer is the ultimate mech marker hands down. Its is so smooth to shoot. Its ROF is great, just as fast as I can pull the trigger. The accuacy with the Palmer barrel is remarkable as well. No need to buy a new barrel here. The Palmer stabilizer and built in regulator make this marker very consistant and air efficient. The appearance isnt very impresive but its performance certainly is. There are very customizable through Palmer. These markers are not cheap but as the saying goes " You get what you pay for". Its super easy to maintain too. You just have to shoot one of these markers to truely appreciate it. Im sticking with Palmer products from now on! Check the forums, I have never seen a post where a player was getting rid of their Palmer gear and moving on to something else.
This has to be the top end for mechanical markers. Its smooth, troublefree, and reliable.
A Blazer is everything an Autococker wants to be.