Chops 1 in 3 balls.
Barrels too short.
No Drop Forward.
I bought this gun at Dicks Sporting Goods. Oh was this thing horrible. I bought some expensive paintballs to try the gun out. It was chopping all of them any kind I tried. There is no drop foward. You need to recock it often. THE STOCK BARREL IS 8 INCHES. It has no foregrip.
Do not buy it. Save up and extra $20 and get a Spyder Xtra.
Dispute: If it was chopping "1 in 3 balls" than your "expensive" paint was probably overpriced. Also, most markers like this (including Tippmann's) have short stock barrels, and not every marker is going to come with a drop. There are going to be things on every marker that the owner will want to upgrade.
If you had to recock it often, something is wrong with the gun or your air supply. Low air (from a problem in the gun or from the tank) would cause chops. Don't hesitate to call PMI as they are the BEST customer service dept I have ever had the pleasure of calling.
quote:Originally posted by pbblitz 4 evr this gun is nothing close to a auto caker thats like what they use in tourneys
wow. you are an idiot, my friend. Of course its not! ...a auto caker thats like what they use in tourneys... Im gunna assume ur a noob, just because A.) autocockers are wicked expensive and there fore not in the same class, and B.) You just assume everyone who plays tourney ball uses cockers coz there the best. Your friend probably said he had a cocker, and he plays in tourneys, so u assume its a tourney ball marker.
Sorry to flame, but dont come in and dis a gun, when u have no idea what ur talking about. Stupid Noob