I have nothing against this gun. I took it out of the box and let it rip. It may only be mine,
but i chopped A LOT of paint. I'd say I probably chopped 1-3 balls per hopper. Compared to other guns that I've used, this by far chops the worse.
The bolt on this gun should be upgraded in my opinion. This one is too slow and heavy.
You should definetly get a barrel kit. I say this for every gun though, because no stock barrel is amazing. The stock barrel on this gun is probably one of the better that i have used.
This gun feels amazing!!!
This gun is sexy. It looks and shoots a lot like timmys.
The price is pretty decent. It is like purchasing a timmy for $400.
I personally enjoy the stock trigger. I like the harder pull because my fingers are strong and it allows to pull back and release better than flimsy triggers.
It depends on what you're looking for. I use this gun for reball and It keeps up with the $800 timmys. It flat out rips. If you play with paint, then i would recommend saving $150 more and get a used timmy or a system x nme.
dwell, hopper batteries, and detents. With the last couple of balls in any hopper, there is a chance for the ball to bounce past the eyes then back up into the feedneck, causing chopping. This is common on most markers and can be fixed by keeping your hopper full at all times, because who wants to play with an empty hopper.....
You are the first person to say that it chops paint????? I have yet to see one chop even once at my local field & out of all the reviews here you are the only person chopping paint. Sounds fishy to me.