04 shocktech timmy
empire reloader b
68/4500 pure energy tank
Colors, weight, ease of use, looks, choices
Price, leaked (sorta read review) shaky
When i bought this ndz on/off i put it on my shocktech timmy, looked really good. matched my marker well. attached all the hoses, and tank, gassed it up and had a leak coming from the plugged side and the side with the hose fitting. after de-gassing, i wrapped the plug screw and the fitting with teflon tape. and the leak was gone. after a little while (about an hour, hour and a half) the screws that hold it onto the trigger frame became a little shaky (nothing major. nothing that couldnt wait until after your day of play to tighten. not going to drop off, but it does get a bit annoying) but that is once again easily fixed. just tighten those 2 screws after each day and youre good to go.
At about $40 (i paid 36) its a pricy on/off asa. it works well, its a simple design that with a little bit of teflon tape (available at wal mart for under a dollar) works just about perfect. the mounting screws came loose a little for me, but it just needs retightening. its a good thing to get if degassing your gun by dry firing is breaking your orings. and the color choices will allow you to match whatever gun you have. with a tiny bit of work, you get a good piece of equiptment. ndz makes quality gear. just because it leaked at first and gets shaky it gets a
ok...maybe you didnt know this but most comanies dont put sealent on the plugs so you can easily remove it if you want the macroline on the plug side...and the screws are purely your fault for not tightening them in the first place. Shame your marking down a great product over your ignorance...