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AznBoarder378 Sunday, August 13th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
First and last autococker
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion (stock)
3a-paintball 68/3000 glass fiber tank

SP 360 QEV
Shockteck Ion Clamping Feedneck
e-pipe kit
Halo B w/ Rip Drive
CP Reg
CP Rolling Trig
Tech L6 Bolt
NDZ Alien Body
nothing right off the bat
Strengths: Barrel, and everything other than whats down in weaknesses
Weaknesses: TIMING!
Trigger Pull= HEAVY
Review: I bought this gun and then traded for an ion within the week.

Its NOT beacuse this is a bad gun but its because im on a team and play mid so needed a light gun to use.

I shot off about a case and 1/2 before i traded it, it was entirely stock except for the trigger pull (but different springs in to lighten it) and polished the internals.

The milling was very simple and straight forward. I really liked how it looked but it was just too heavy, System X could have milled more out of it but its their gun lol

The gun is VERY accurate and soldly built. The two piece barrel is VERY nice and the internals are nicely made. The one thing that bothered me personally was the placement of the reg. My hands are pretty big so i wasnt use to having the reg so close and not having space for my thumb and the cockers have the rod on the left side which my thumb would get in the way.

The marker is pretty good with gas as i could get about 1000-1200 rounds with a 68/3000 glass fiber tank. But i have heard that if u get a new bolt the enitre marker will be lighter, no kick back, and becomes much more gas efficent.

The stock trigger pull is VERY heavy i believe it was at about 2 or 3 lbs. I took out the spring in the front of the trigger and cut 1 and a 1/2 coils off the spring which lightened the trigger pull A LOT. I could perfectlly walk it without any trouble.

Mine came with a chrome drop forward and an ASA with on/off but wasnt a macroline, which was a little disappointing. The asa and drop forward were BOTH chrome and looked REALLY nice with the gun. It did its job well and the on/off was built very strongly and well thot out on the drop length of the gun.

Along with the tourney legal beaver tail, the gun has been milled in the back as a PERFECT snatch grip. Very well made and i used it a lot at our team practices. very well milled for a snatch grip.

I said that this was my first and last autococker above as timing was a pain in the *** for me. now dont get me wrong, once u do it a few times its a walk in the park but for me being the first time and not having a manual but rather having to look off a website it was a pain in the ***. Now many people dont understand that the System X Type X Special Edition is NOT an actual autococker, its a PERFECT clone. Literally it is a perfect clone, all cocker specific parts will fit PERFECTLY on this marker, which is why its mistaken for a true WGP Autococker.

From the one week of use i was very happy with it other than the weight.

My System X is the one pictured with the 15V revy and the 68/3000 3a paintball glass tank


System X is now OUT OF BUSINESS!
Conclusion: I will give this a 10 being it was my first autococker and mechanically everything was VERY well done, but just timing in general is a thing that i am not good with :D lol

buy this marker if you know what your doing and have the time. you wont be sorry as its VERY accurate and reliable COMPLETELY stock
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, September 24th, 2006 at 8:33 am PST

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