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JakeB Sunday, January 15th, 2006
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Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

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More than 5 years
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Nothing compares to a solenoid poppet valve (that is mQ).
I've tried numerous other valve/hammer combinations before.
Marker Setup: Totally custom built cocker (but with all 'off the self' parts).
I've got enough cocker parts to build 3 complete markers, I've tried everything.
I am a Mechanical Engineer and I love to tinker on them.
Strengths: Basically no reciprocating weight in the valve chamber.
Weaknesses: Seems like low gass efficieny (but just refill your tank). Consistency is TBD.
Review: I dropped it in and it worked.

I've dreamed of this for years.

Now cocker geeks can finally get rid of that obnoxious hammer seer/tripping system.

Now I'm just waiting for Mike Quinn and Kerry Johnson to make a drop in air bolt to get rid of that obnoxious off-axis ram / pump rod / backblock / too-long-bolt system.

Even with your traditional bolt / ram / backblock (provided you've selected lite parts) you'll find your new mQ'd cocker to notch up in performance more than you could ever imagine in a cocker.

http://www.kajohnson.com/mqv.html
Conclusion: If you like cocker feel and know how to work on them (or don't mind paying someone else). GET an mQ VALVE. THIS THING IS ABOUT AS GOOD AS THE CHANGE FROM MECHANICAL GRIP FRAME TO ELECTRO GRIP FRAME. IT IS GOING FROM A MECHANICAL VALVE TO AN ELECTRO VAVLE! As with all cockers, either don't touch it
or know what your doing before you change settings or do custom upgrade.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, January 15th, 2006 at 7:39 pm PST
 

Review Comments
Merc4Hire Friday, February 24th, 2006 | 10:36 pm PST
check out unofficialpbxsite dot com they are making their own eframe and a hammerless backblockless cocker. kinda like a turtle cocker only much cleaner engineering. I was impressed. plus their eframe has auto for those of us who want it off of tourney fields. i would probably buy their body and an MQ and an E2 if I were building a cocker.
   

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