The remote looks very cool its kinda heavy but not bad it adds performance to you gun( it added a lot of distance to my shots) its not to pricy and looks good and is a large tactical advantage when you can get right down to the dirt and not have a tank in the way forceing you head into the line of fire
If you buy this remote you arent making a mistake it is a very good investment and im very pround of it
quote:Originally posted by Grinningsphinx Coiled remotes have nothing to do with adding shots....thats misleading.
uh yea they kinda do because they act like a expansion chamber but do not work as well. They inadvertently get rid of most of the liquid Co2 that was going to go into a gun. Expansion chambers make the gun quieter, they ADD MORE SHOTS PER TANK, and they get rid of the frosties. Since this acts like an expansion chamber in a way you are able to get a few more shots out of your tank.
The whole point of expansion chamber is to give better shot to shot consistency. It also add maybe 200 extra shots, depending on the player, and the environment. Of course environment as in the weather, hot, warm, cold etc.
It can add shots base on the player. If the player is trigger happy, then it will definitely add more shots. If he just single fires and takes it slow, it will not increase their shot per fill.
The reason is, it takes time for CO2 to expand, If you are trying to shoot 15 bps you wont give enough time for the CO2 to expand, so without a expansion chamber your velocity will jump around, giving you a bad consistency in your shots. (tho it will probably still jump around either way) but the coil acts like an expansion chamber, so it can give extra time for the CO2 to expand, the more CO2 can expand the more shots it can give.
why is this getting bad reviews?
about the screw on/off thing, if you screw it out all the way your clumsy!
this has worked wonders for me, but i might get a thinner and higher psi eg 4500 remote for when i get HPA...
this guy has the right review!
Last edited on Tuesday, August 5th, 2008 at 9:35 pm PST