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hellion360 Tuesday, May 24th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
3 years
Products Used:
Autocockers- Lower tolerances, less efficient
Marker Setup: Aka Merlin Roundbody
CCI Phantom VSC
Strange Impulse
A palmer front end and a belsales slider or aka hinge.
A clamping feedneck and a sidewinder reg.
Strengths: Accurate
Well Made
Great company
Weaknesses: Susceptible to bad timing but this is human error.
higher cost (comparable to custom cockers)
Review: This aka marker is better than a wgp cocker in every way.
It has tighter tolerances
a better valve set up (no just in efficiency but in ease of removal)
a super efficient and light stock bolt
It is smaller
Doesn't come out of time, all parts that could wiggle out have set screws and the the hammer has nylon set screws.
The combination of a sidewinder and the aka internals gives super consistency yielding better shot to shot accuracy.

I give it a ten since it beats out all of it's competitors. The only downside is that it has a higher cost due to having to buy pneumatics and get it annodized.
Conclusion: I would buy this over an wgp gun anyday. I have owned two roundbody merlins and have been very pleased with both.
10 out of 10

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