The Good things...It has the Compactness of the Mag without the weight.. it has the accuracy and range of the Autococker without the size. With the pro touch the trigger is sweet... definetely get this job when you buy it. If you like Co2 because it's cheap and offered every paintball field... then get this.. this gun LOVES co2. Which a Mag and an Autococker cannot do so well. It's gas efficient (Co2, not the rest) enough to get you 1150+ paintball rounds in 20oz... very nice eh? Plus.. this marker will MOST DEFINETELY have less problems than an Autococker does.. unless you KNOW YOUR GUN well. If not then this gun is superb for you...it has the most easiest to clean marker in the paintball world.
The bad... if you didn't get the pro touch trigger.. you may have to adjust yourself pulling the trigger hard full every time... get the pro touch to make the trigger pulling easy on yourself. People say you gotta ship your gun back to get it fixed other than a local paintball airsmith.. but then this gun is pretty sturdy (if you treat it right) so I wouldn't worry about it.. as with other paintball markers.. get it tuned up once every 15,000 rounds.. Better safe.. than sorry later on.
It's a closed bolt system... and everyone knows that pumps have very good range, and accuracy... I'm not a big fan on the forceful blow forward marker like the Mags.. so if you want a closed bolt marker without the problems of the Autococker.. get this. The Blazer is much lighter than a Mag... Some people say that the Mag is cheaper.. but if you add a bunch of stuff to the bare naked Mag... it evens out. Plus the Mag's aren't Co2 friendly. There's so much pros than cons over Autococker and Mag itself to win you over (until they totally trick it out.. then you got something to worry about) ... So if you want to steer clear of the mag vs cocker war.. get the Blazer.. and be unique.