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Less than a month
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More than 5 years
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I bought this marker 2 days ago. I have always used a Spyder Imagine with an all american barell and an eggy II loader and thought it was about time for an upgrade. I am mostly a reacreational woodsball player. I bought this marker after reading reviews and figured it was a good marker for the price.
Boy was I wrong.
Bought the marker and got a good price. Sports authority had them on sale for $ 269 trying to close them out. Went to the field the next day with a bunch of guys and got to play one game out of five. The marker was innacurate. I know i wasn't using the best paint (Worr domination) but this thing curved like no other maker I have seen. After one game of play, it just quit. It would no longer cock. Had the airsmith look at it, and after a thorough cleaning, he got it to work again. As soon as I went out for the next game, same thing all over again. Cleanid it again (even though it wasn't dirty) and it still would not function.
I finally got tired of messing with it and broke out old faithful, my Spyder Imagine electro. The spyder rocked and was much more accurate.
This destroyed my faith in Worr products. I realize I wasn't buying a top of the line product, but I thought it would at least be a step up from my Spyder. As soon as we left the field, I returned the marker. It ruined my day and I could not recommend this marker to anyone with confidence.
Maybe I bought a faulty marker, I don't know. Bottom line is my low budget Spyder has never even hiccupped, where this marker was faulty right out of the box.
its not the gun its the user if you use cheap paint especially old paint from department stores it will break and cause your eyes to malfunction and in-turn will not shoot and this gun isn't made for co2 if you bothered to read the instruction manual you would know this and ANY gun will act up when you first get it
this is a great gun if you know what you are doing
The reasons the balls are curving are: either you chopped paint because you're eyes are off, or, you do not have a paint to bore match, which is essential with autocockers. Autocockers shoot closed bolt style, which means when the ball is loaded, it actually sits in the back part of the barrel. If the bore of the barrel doesn't match the ball, the ball will either roll out, or, when you're shooting fast, once the bolt closes, the ball will keep rolling and it won't get the proper compression of air behind it and it won't fly right, which will make it look like it's shooting all over the place.
Your gun may have stopped shooting because the eyes are dirty. I see that you're stepping up from a spyder, which is cool, but even though this is an entry level cocker, it's still a cocker and is a little more complicated. If the eyes on this gun are cheap, so they're temperamental. They're still good, but you need to get a good knowledge of the gun before you just write it off. If they eyes are a little bit dirty, the gun isn't going to fire, and it's going to seem like it isn't working.
the eyes are the main part of the gun and it will shoot heck a good if u clean it right after you get it becuz the eyes have film fromt he factory oil on them and it makes them act wierd...the gun is amazing if u take the time to tune it and make it urs and take care of it, but if u dont then it wont work right at all,
All i can say is that your relly SMART! NOT! you obiously don't no how to take care of a cocker and neither does that airsmith cause anybody that knows anything bout cockers could see the problem. I have a Pilot as my back up gun, which is better than your imagine and a Trilogy could kill my pilot in almost every aspect. You should probly think befor you say bud.