Free 15 Degree block (it comes attached)
Basically a Rodeo
Chops (minor chopping)
This is quite possibly the greates markers I have ever used. I cant say n e thing else. I got this marker for X-Mas and fired it on a cold, january afternoon. It fired perfectly. I was ready to get a 98 Custom like all the people I knew with markers, but I went with this instead. I have never made i better decision in my life. I AM SO HAPPY WITH IT! I did feel that some of the things need a little tightening, and that velocity needed to be a little higher (for my personal needs). So, I got a an ACS bolt and an inexpensive barrel that is quiet.
Because of my experience with this marker, I have convinced 1 of them to by a spyder rodeo, btw, its the exact same thing inside. I not only convinced him by just letting him fire, but his first time out I let off a stream of 20 shots with NO CHOPPING. This was proceeded by me hearing a muffled "Holy Crap!" come from my friend. Overall, i give this marker, Drumroll please...
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 11th, 2005 at 1:39 pm PST
Dude the block isnt "free" its part of the marker, thats like saying "my rodeo came with a free barrel" also how can u call this marker accurate?! I used it at a freinds house and he couldent hit a box from 50ft away! When i tried it i hit it a few tims but thats cuz i got closer.
Here is what I mean. The TL-R is just a tournament ready version of the Rodeo. It has no beavertail, and the foregrip is a little bit different. Otherwise, the horrible owners manual I got (i.e. IT WAS JUST A DIAGRAM!) says it's a Rodeo.
quote:Originally posted by rodeodude also how can u call this marker accurate?! I used it at a freinds house and he couldent hit a box from 50ft away! When i tried it i hit it a few tims but thats cuz i got closer.
Dude what kind of trigger and handle is that you have. I am new to this paintball thing and my knowledge is little to none, all I do know is that I got lite up by the 16 year old in my neighborhood. so I need moore firepower