gz timmy and ebladed ans cocker (interceptor blows them away)
gold fade aien interceptor
2 piece 12in cp barrel (2 backs and a front)
ndz on/offf asa
smoke egg with z board
70 ci 4500psi worrgass
needs an asa and get a barrel kit if your in to paint to bore match
dosent need upgrades, WAS board, "sweep bolt", price, small light and fast, grip frame
Trigger spring tension cannot be adjusted, led, manual is online.
for the price, this gun cannot be beaten. stock it comes witth a WAS equilizer, cp reg, ccm style feedneck (really no functional difference from the real thing), delrin sweep bolt, hot anno, and no kick when tuned well. this thing is lighter than an ego from what i hear, and because of the sweep bolt, it has a matrix style trajectory, if not better than a matrix's, shooting farther than timmys egos and angels. the grip frame is differant, being an 85* frame and having aluminum pannels, but its incredibly comfortable and after using it, 45 frames seem clunky, and the 85* seems easier to rip on or grab on to. its hard to explain well, but when you hold one, you will understand. the stock barrel is great if you can get paint to match its large bore. the trigger is pretty good except you cannot adjust the spring tension, although i would change it from where it is if i could. its has an led, which means you actually have to read the manual to know how to do everything, and the manual is online (i got mine from pbnation), so unless you print it out, its a little bit of a hassle to get to at a field. but its a low maintenance gun and there isnt much of a worry of it breaking down, so that shouldnt be a problem.
Its not worth paying an extra three, four, or five hundred to get another gun of this level when the interceptor can shoot farther, comes with top of the line stock components, so it dosent needs upgrading, and other than that preforms just as well for less. Ten out of ten, despite slight dowsides, because of the price.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 14th, 2005 at 1:34 pm PST
Meaning what? That an object can't physically travel more than x feet when traveling at 300 fps? Putting backspin on a spherical object does increase range, there are dozens of examples I could give you.
How much that applies to a pherical shell filled with liquid I do not know. We know that it works with the Flatline, but then again that is a much more violent force creating the spin. However, it should have [i]some[/i] effect, and it certainly seems to produce a straighter trajectory (yes, I said it, trajectory).
By lp hpr, I mean an lpr that is designed to handle a lower range of input pressures from the tank. I know the Sidewinder, 2 Liter, and Hyper 2 fall under this category, I don't know about Torpedos. Those other three are better than torps anyways. There's nothing wrong with the cp, its just designed with different setups in mind.