Dye Reflex Cocker - shot great, but no where near my Free Flow
03' Free Flow cocker with an E1, ccm clamping feedneck, SP on/off. I bought it used but I know it has an STO ram and QEVs
If mech, get an e-blade. Free Flows came already tricked out so not much is needed. Maby a back block and delrin bolt if you got one of those damn screw-in bolts like mine has.
Once tuned, it works and STAYS working. Also, It's a cocker!
A little on the heavy side.
I bought this gun from the used wall at my local pro-shop. I know the guy it belonged to and he said he hardly even used it. It shoots great. When I first got it, it took me awhile to set the reg,lpr,etc. but once I got it fine tuned It shot great. Even with the heavy block and bolt it has, it can still rip some paint. All of the parts are the best that were on the market when free-flow was making cockers. If you have a chance to get ahold of one of these cocker, go for it. They are original and becoming more and more rare. I havn't seen any other Free Flow cockers at my field. This thing shoots 1000 times better than my old reflex. And I miss that gun, lol... I give it a 9 because it is a little on the heavy side. Any average to big guy would be fine with it, if you're one of those tiny front men, probably not a good idea...
Great cocker. All the parts/internals are the best around. They were NOT cheaply made and if you can get your hands on one, its definately somthing to hang onto.