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shockerpro Sunday, December 3rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
mechanical autococker
Marker Setup: veiwloader hopper with x-board
stock barrel w/ barrel sizer
3000 psi tank
Pump kit
New barrel (smaller bore)-closed bolt marker so it rolls balls
Pump kit
Strengths: Cheap
Has regulator
Has clamping feedneck
Weaknesses: Short strokes
Large bore barrel
Leaks out of box
Tigger pull
Review: Strengths:
- I only paid $80 dollars for this gun plus $10 to ship.
- It comes with upgrades(feedneck and regulator) out of the box unlike the autococker.
-pump kit upgradable.

-When I shot this gun after pulling it out of the box, I was disappointed. The trigger pull was extremely hard and I was short stroking consistently.(What should I expect for $90)
-I had smaller bore origin paint and it was rolling out of the barrel
-It did leak out of the box but it is a simple fix by oiling the gun and trimming the air tube.

If you plan on owning this gun out of box, don't buy this gun. I put a pump kit on this gun and now it is a top class marker. It was the most quiet and accurate gun I have ever shot. Total price for the gun with pump kit was $130 and some people pay over $300 for a high end pump.
Conclusion: The gun out of box in my mind is only a 4 out of 10, but with the pump kit it is 10 out of 10. So, don't buy this gun unless you convert it to a pump. If you don't want a pump gun save your money for a autococker SF. Since 7 out of 10 is in between that is my rating.
7 out of 10

Review Comments
fuzzyllama Sunday, January 21st, 2007 | 2:38 pm PST
pull the trigger to loosen it up. after a while i heard its easier to use

Splatzballz99 Wednesday, December 16th, 2009 | 9:10 am PST
Did you time it first before you shot it? Because you reduce the trigger pull on by adjusting the actuator rod and the 3-way.

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