arent really any right now, mayb just the board thats about it. its a given that if you want more performance you should get a barrel kit too
Easy to use
The power button sticks once in a while not thattt big of a problem
I just got the gun today and i am in love with it. Out of the box it worked perfect theres nothing bad i can say about it. People who buy this gun, u made a smart choice. It is very small and tight and easy to use, this means you will be able to play as tight as possible, mostly if you play front. This gun is amazing and very revolutionary in that the grip frame comes off and you can switch a grip frame. It shot very accurate out of the box and very effecient. about 200psi to 1 loader around 140 balls. gun is very user friendly and invert has great tech videos to help you out online as well. The people who said the trigger was not that great obviously have no shot a timmy.. its pretty much the same except that its a little shorter. The grip on the gun, where the electronics are held is great i love it, its not as bad as people make it sound.
Great gun for the money, definatly worth the delay to get. you cant go wrong buying this gun
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, December 14th, 2006 at 5:34 pm PST
actually accuracy does have some to do with the gun, the stock gun out of box i would give it like a 9 (with decent paint like RAMP) it shot lasers for me. and i would go with the mini, its smaller then the rest and is just as good
accuracy has to do with everything, paint to bore, barrel, gun, bolt, lubrication, reg, just about everything. dont forget i am talking about overall accuracy here (up down side to side). one thing i would find a little chalenging is how to install a max flo micro, which i will use one every one of my guns till they come out with a new version of the max flo.
if u put the same barrel on a spyder and a autococker and shoot them then tell me what shoots better......i could b shooting my stock cocker barrel and still out shoot a 150$ kit.........altho it does help
Last edited on Wednesday, December 20th, 2006 at 10:11 am PST
can it really get 320 paintballs off with only using 200 psi!?!?!? i think thats a mistype because not even my friends 07 ego can do that... that would mean you could get off around 7000 paintballs with a 45/45. i'm guessing you meant 2000 but cant be sure.
quote:Originally posted by saint9121 can it really get 320 paintballs off with only using 200 psi!?!?!? i think thats a mistype because not even my friends 07 ego can do that... that would mean you could get off around 7000 paintballs with a 45/45. i'm guessing you meant 2000 but cant be sure.
he states 140 balls for 200psi.. efficiency so far is rumored at 1200@295fps - 1400@285fps from a 68/45
well i play around with my gun at the shop, and i work with buddy from infamous too so its all good! ahh the only thing i can really say is that the gun isnt yet "fully" done so the finished products will b out probably end of january. so if ur not thattt eager to get the gun maybe u can wait
I have this gun and its actually to me one of the best markers out there.
it runs on a really low pressure which saves a lot when you have a small tank.
Theres no micro so u dont have to worry about anyleaks on the outside of the marker.
its reall accurate and u will love the barrel threads if u own an autocooker.
it also comes in a lockable breif case with spare screws, lube, O-rings, and all the allenheads.
I would recommend this to n e one who plays, u can pick one up for about 450