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sonnemann Monday, April 25th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
4 years
Products Used:
WGP cockers- just not as smooth. No other way to describe it.
Marker Setup: AKA'd Angel IR3
AKA'd Classic Timmy
Welly welly, let's see...
-Sidewinder or 2L
-AKA or Eclipse hinge, or a Belsales slider
-Decent barrels.
-PPS pneumatics
-Anno and milling!
Strengths: -AKA quality
-Perfect tolerances
Weaknesses: Still a mech cocker.
Some are hard to Eblade/Race, but it can be done.
Review: Well, I have in my posession what is in my opinion the mech cocker to end all mech cockers: a Merlin. The legendary AKA quality and attention to detail are evident in every little bit of machining and milling in this marker, as they are in every AKALMP gun.

Mine is milled in a JMJ roundbody pattern, and it helps decrease weight significantly. However, these are already very light as it is, especially with the super-tiny front block setup. The fact that most of these are p-blocked is a cool little plus.

Of course, AKA internals are a must; their use will allow ridiculously low operating pressures. I believe mine is in the low 150s.

Not much else to is the cream of the crop when it comes to cockers, and I highly recommend picking one up.
Conclusion: Your best bet when your cash isn't very limited.
9 out of 10

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