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jeepdude Tuesday, March 8th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock cocking rod
Marker Setup: 2003 vert feed autococker
Palmers micro rock
WGP ram with built in TRV's
ANS 3 way
Worrblade bolt
Kapp crome twisted cocking rod
system x chrome drop
Warped Sportz 68/4500


2004 vision impy
smart parts lpr
function bolt
function trigger
lucky 15 barrel kit
12V revvy
nitro duck 68/3000
Strengths: Adjustable
Looks cool

Weaknesses: Takes some tinkering to work properly
You have to crank the setscrew on tight
Review: I had my autococker for a week and i was already sick of the stock cocking rod. Its ugly and.. i just didnt like it. So i bought one of these off ebay brand new for like 15 bucks.. not too bad. Its adjustable so u can dial in when ur gun recocks i guess but the only thing i used the adjustabilty for was just to get it working. Plus it looks o so much better than the stock one. It gives it a custom look because of the twists.

The only disadvantage was that it took a little tinkering around with to get my gun cycling properly. I didnt know that it needed to be adjusted, so when i got it i just bolted it straight to the gun and expected it to work fine.. i was wrong.. my gun fired once and wouldnt recock.. then i realized that u need to adjust it so it lines up just about with the stock one to work properly. Also, after its adjusted, make sure you tighten the set screw in the back really well because if you dont, the twisted part will just screw off and leave the cocking rod in the gun. After adjustin and tightening, i havnt had any problems with it whatsoever.
Conclusion: Its good for the money, but playing around with it and having the back come off sometimes is a little annoying. Once u tighten everything, it works flawlessly.. so i give it a 9.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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