ASA and gauge on it
any thing thats gas related
pressures don't stay set
.693 bore (good For wild streak)
I got mine straight from odyssey. I was going to get the dragunfly but they ran out of those (took them off the market) and they sent me the o3m. It took 5 weeks to get to me. So I was already mad about that. Then I shot it a few times and when I gassed it up the next day the pressures where messed up and the 3 way hoses blew off. The velocity lug nut o-ring breaks every time you put a new one in. Also there service is bad. I sent my gun in about 5 weeks ago and have not gotten it back yet.
It works better because i sent it back in for a second time. Then I finally fixed it myself. The "on off" doesn't work. It lets out air through the safety bleed hole. All you need to do is stick a few pennies in it as spacers. The bolt scratches even though it's plastic/duran.
This gun sucks. o-rings are constantly breaking and the pneunamics (air pressures) never stay set. Without those 2 things a gun is not even a poor quality functional gun. You might as well get a blade because you at least get your $15 dollars worth of fun unlike this. I have not yet got to play a whole day with this gun.
Over all i wouldn't get this gun because there are to many problems with it and needs to many upgrades. when i was having problems with it i brought it to a pro shop and they said there air smith refuses to work on them because there pneunamics are poor quality. The maintenance on this gun exceeds what an autococker needs. My friend has a system X autococker and the only maintenance he does on it is a few drops of oil and cleaning the bore after he chops. He has dropped it off a cliff and this gun sits in his garage getting filled with saw dust. He's had it for a few years now. I don't want to here people say that autocockers need a lot of work because they don't. The only work needed is fixing what you broke or tampered with. Thats a big lesson don't fix or tamper with whats not broken.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 12th, 2007 at 11:02 am PST