Autococker, not a bad product.
Typhoon, a great marker.
Blazer, left feed, matched 12inch ported barrel, twin Stabilizers, bottom line, 45 twin trigger frame, 45mm red dot, Ricochet Apache, 9oz. anti-syphon CO2 tank, Blackpoint Engineering folding T stock.
None, you don't need any.
Accuracy and Precision, very accurate, built like a fine watch.
Makes me want to buy the E-Blazer, I want another Blazer!
The Blazer was a work of art out of the box, light weight and easy to handle. I went out in the back yard and shot 2000 balls to get the feel of the trigger. The dual 45 trigger frame is perfect, the trigger is light and it's movement is short, very short. This thing is fast!
This is the best money that I have spent on a marker and I have been buying them since 1989.
I went to my first game with the Blazer and took my Typhoon as a backup, the phoon will never see the light of day again. The Blazer is so light and the trigger so fast, I had a great time. Everyone was asking about the Blazer and the great shots it allowed me to make during the day. This thing can drive nails at range, put the red dot on what you want to hit and Bapp! Out! The twin Stabilizers keep everything under control.
I have had it about 3 months now and nothing has gone wrong, I have a marker that allows me to stop fixing and just play the game. FUN.
Autococker? Bwahahaha, this marker owns them.
Buy it. If you are short on cash, buy the standard model and build it up with Palmer upgrades when you can. If you have the cash buy it with everything and have fun. This is a great marker.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 29th, 2006 at 8:03 pm PST