Barrel, trigger, or depending on preference, halo b, warp feed, or q-loader
Speed, price, and weight
High profile with a large tank and a halo
Straight out of the box, i must say, it rips like anything. the design of the gun as a whole is prety nice... not much to complain about in that area. The ROF of this gun is not too bad... you can def keep up with the best of them.
Right out of the box, i probably put about 500 rounds for testing.... wow. velocity was consistant and i didnt really have too much of a drop at high ROFs.
the only couple of problems i have had with this gun was the settings were way off out of the box and even at that it, you couldnt really comeplain. Also, the feed with the halo and an N2 tank made for a high profile.... a warp feed or q-loader, although not faster than the halo, may help out a bit... whatever your preference may be
All in all, for the amount of money you pay for this gun, it is well worth every penny. Like i said, for the ROF that it does have, it keeps up with the best of them... def would suggest buying this gun if you can afford it... one of the best investments i have ever made.
Also, the price says 525, dunno where at but the sites PBreview listed were a lil expensive... i picked up mine for 500. i know its not much, but 25$ is 25$ you can use for something to upgrade the gun with.... if you want the info, hit me up at email@example.com
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 29th, 2005 at 12:12 pm PST
Then my mistake on the HALO... but also keep in mind that the q-loader is not an aggitated loader making HALO the fastest aggitated hopper... ill fix the review and be a lil more clear on it. With this coker, you can def reach high rates of fire with ease. granted its not like usins an electric one but for what it is, it does an amazing job