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STORYTELLER Sunday, October 2nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Sp ion, Eclipse factory e2 cocker, WGP karnivor, Eclipse EGO
Marker Setup: 1) 2005 Planet eclipse Nexus autococker platinum, reloader b, 4500 psi tank.
2) WGP Autococker trilogy comp, evo ll loader, carbon fiber stiffi bolt, 4500psi centerflag tank.
Feedneck (if your loader dont stay in place)
Strengths: Crazy accuracy, insane air efficiency (i managed to play 10 rounds without refilling air) looks.
Weaknesses: Maybe the weight, only capable of 15bps (my maximum rate so far).
Review: The cocker of all cockers is what i would probably call it... this marker is unbelivably air efficient. i managed to play 10 rounds and still have about 400psi left so roughly 12-14 rounds i can make it with a 4500 tank. In tourney's it will last about 8 rounds, but im talking about non stop ramping (milenium).

Accuracy is another strengh of this beast! at the end of the day its a cocker but all the quality put into this marker just makes it the most accurate cocker of all. the only marker's that can compair in accuracy is the karnivor and the factory e-blade cockers.

speed? well its not that slow... and its not that fast at the same time. i can only achive 15bps on semi, and of course all ramping mode's in europe are caped at 15 anyway so there aint a diffrence, apart from the ramp.

the marker's weight is at a decent level, but just a tad heavy when your using a reloader b with 6 aa batteries, and a 16" barrel.... it is heavier than the karnivor to be exact.

and last but not least the looks, at the begining i thought it was a toy.. but once you see it shining its looks compaird to other markers, you see what i mean.
Conclusion: If your a back player i dont think you can find anything better... shoot as much paint and dont worry about your air running low. Its an eclipse marker i dont need to say more...
this marker is discontinued, so its a collectors item people. and i reliable one too. get your hands on one if you can, it wont let you down.
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, October 5th, 2005 at 6:07 am PST

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