2005 sp sft shocker (blue)
sp he bolt kit
nd ss manifold
cp flat trigger
smart parts s-rail
macroline guy.com - macroline, very flexible w/9000 psi burst rating
freak back w/ss inserts
blue empire reloader b w/ans drive cone & custom made aluminum iron cross rip drive,shocktech spring
dye throttle 70/45 hp tank w/dye cover
he bolt kit
i have had this marker for about two years now and i love it. when i first got it i was immediately impressed at how nice the dark blue finish looked. i have over the past 2 years been slowly upgrading it too fit my personal preferences. first i got a new rail because i did not not like the angle of the stock drop (it made the hopper sit taller than my head). i then picked up a q-lock and cp trigger which made it easier to take the hopper on and off, and the new trigger was just a lot smoother and faster. i also bought a freak back with a .693 and a .697 ss inserts to go with the .689 AA back that came with the marker for a little more versatility in shooting different brands of paint. i then started having some fsdo problems which would not go away even though i tried adjusting the dwell on the stock nerve board. my friend suggested a new designz ss manifold which after i picked it up my fsdo disappeared. now with all these upgrades i can tell you that shooting this gun is a dream. its small light and fast every thing you want in a marker. admittedly the maintenance can be a bit of a bother with all of the different o-rings and such, but most ballers like to tinker anyways so its not that much of a big deal.
If you want a marker thats fairly easy to maintain, shoots accurately and fast, and has a high upgradeability path then a Shocker should definitely be a marker you should buy.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 at 4:29 pm PST