Spyder compact 2000
68/45 HP tank : Vlocity
Ok to start this is a sweet cocker for the price. I payed $105 for both of mine (Thats $105 shipped each). I don't know of any other full cockers for that price. Now when i got mine everything on the markers was tight as hell! Also the trigger is stiff. I could only get 5BPS out of the thing. Its really bad. Then theres the three-way.... If you get one. The first thing you should do is take the three-way off. Lube it, and maybe replace the O-rings. I didn't and the first day out it leaked.
Good strong ano
Pretty good parts
Leaks out of the box
>>>Fixed my price. I didn't pay $105 for both. It was $105 each.<<<
Buy one... Sure it has leaks and a stiff trigger. But a couple of mods on the trigger, and some better o-rings well fix all that!
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, June 2nd, 2006 at 7:20 am PST
quote:Originally posted by magic265 Were you able to fix the stiff trigger pull? Is it adjustable? Is the trigger like other cockers? If so seems like a hell of a deal.
I haven't messed with it as of yet. And might not. If i can get the money i'm just buying a AKA frame. It has a set screw trigger stop. You can set it a ways in. When you say "Is the trigger like other cockers?". Do you mean can you use normal autococker frames? If so, yes you can. If you mean how heavy it is. NO! This things a ton...