evil omen (not even close, chopped alot and didnt work half the time), toxic impulse (couldn't tell if the eye was on and if it wasn't you better have that squeege ready!)
game face vexor eye, viewloader with x-chip(12bps), regular old Co2.
a hopper that can keep up with the gun. it wont chop but it will shoot slower because of the eye.
Look at features in the review.
To light of color for woods ball, little on the heavy side.
SPECS: electric semi auto, .69 caliber, 2.47 lbs., 34 inches long, 12 inch 2 piece precision extruded aluminum barrel, Co2 and nitrogen capable (approx. 800 psi input pressure), electronic safety.
FEATURES: break beam sensor(eye), LCD pannel, programable firing rate (4-20bps.), shot counter, game timer, power managment, eye enable/disable, twist lock feeder, nitrogen compressed air and Co2 capable, inline regulator, pressure gauge, sweet trigger, expansion forgrip and chamber volumizer, 12" two piece barrel, micro honed aluminum back, ported aluminum front, wrap around rubber grip, external velocity adjuster, top cocking knob, sweet milling, tool free stripping.
THOUGHTS: when I first saw the vexor eye I thought it would be another $800 gun, I was shocked to see that it was only around $200. Its got alot to offer. I'm not a pro but I'm a tourney player and i can shoot out over 3/4 of the people with this gun stock(not with this hopper though). if you can out shoot this gun you must have finger trets or something(no joke). the omen and the impulse dont have that much to offer compared to this gun. the impulse has eyes and the omen shoots fast but this is the combo of the two and much more.
Why is this gun under low end markers??????
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, August 19th, 2005 at 9:32 pm PST
it doesnt have a full auto or burst mode, but 20bps with a stock chip is great. trigger is nice too. i put a piece of tape behind it to stop the wiggling and shorten the trigger pull and im shootin faster that most the people on my team
definetly turny legal. it shoots hot out of the box but the knob on the back of the gun can reduce that and once its worn in it shoots a little slower and you can move the velocity back up. i think the place here out by st louis makes you keep it about 230 fps but i could be wrong they never check me.
if you look really close at the gun u can see that there is a little button behind the trigger near the top, every time u hit the trigger it hits this button so i put the tape behind the trigger touching the button.