Bolt and Grips if you can find them (not really important)
Stock barrel sucks
Lack of upgrades
Without a doubt the Assassin has the best bang for the buck on the market. I got mine for 130$ online, and you could probably get one cheaper on ebay. Not only is this gun cheap, but it performs well too. It is extremely accurate, and has a spread of only a few inches. The trigger is one of the best I've seen, and has a perfect pull. With this trigger, the Assassin is easily capable of delivering 15+ balls per second, as long as you guy a decent electric hopper. Not only can this marker put a ton of balls where you want them, but it is relaible as well; it rarely chops, especially if you have decent paint, and it is put together well, and with regular cleaning should never have problems. It is also extremely air efficient, and whenever I play with my friends I always have much more C02 left at the end of the day than them, even though I end up shooting many more balls. The only problem I've had with this gun, is that the finish on the body scratches relatively easily, but this really is not a big deal. Also, there are a significant lack of upgrades for this gun on the market, especially now that ACI has been bought out by Racegun, so technical help I assume will be hard to find.
If your on a budget and don't have enough money to buy a higher priced electric gun, definately go with the Assassin, you won't be dissapointed. It can easily compete with guns that are twice as expensive. Ive had this gun for over a year, and its just gotten better and better.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 8th, 2006 at 4:56 pm PST