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Btb Tuesday, September 12th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Other cocker pumps
Marker Setup: Outkast Sniper ll, BE 50 rd hopper, CP Two piece barrel
barrel kit, trigger frame
Strengths: -Its and autococker(explained in review)
-brand new
-smooth pump kit
Weaknesses: -Price
Review: I bought this gun off pbgear because I didn't want to go through all the fuss of getting a used one on ebay and then trying to get different parts here and there for it to work. This is not a good deal for this gun, but it is definitely not expensive. But this is also one of the only brand spankin new sniper ll's you can buy, and I for one, like my guns to be new.
The Outkast was a good mech cocker when it was out and it is good converted to a pump also. It has all of the qualities of any other autococker converted with a pump kit; efficient, accurate, and definitely reliable. the stock reg is acceptable, it is not needed to go out and get a new one right away, but of course their are better. The barrel is also decent. Its a two piece, so that's sorta a plus.
I have only two grievances with this gun:
1. The barrel. It is a large bore size which, if you know anything about autocockers, is bad. So unless you shoot large paint you will need to buy a barrel kit or a smaller bore size barrel.
2. The trigger frame. Now I personally prefer a single trigger, but all that aside, I still do not like the frame, it is also sharp down at the bottom of the trigger.

Also, there is a very tiny problem that needs to be addressed. A few others and myself have had this same problem. When the gun first comes, there is a chance that the cocking rod will be in VERY tight. Simply get some pliers and a strong buddy and untwist the rod with brute strength, applying the pliers to the cocking rod itself, not the knob at the end. Again, this is not a serious problem at all and should not change your mind on buying the gun.
Conclusion: This is a good gun. Although it is no where near and steal of a deal, your not getting robbed by the price either. It performs great, may improve your skills, and will turn heads. I am dissmissing the trigger frame as a personal preferance and giving this gun a 9.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
NYz own pballer Wednesday, October 25th, 2006 | 9:44 am PST
what is the point of getting a pump gun for $250 (or anything over $20) when you can get a decent electonic gun for the same price?

autocockerguy01 Sunday, November 5th, 2006 | 4:13 pm PST
Apparently you have never looked at pump paintball guns. They can go for around 800 for a buzzard. Why pay $250 for a gun chocked full of computer chips?

WithoutRemorse Tuesday, November 21st, 2006 | 12:57 pm PST
Price isn't the reason pump players buy pump guns, NYz own pballer

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