the list goes on..
Turtle Autococker Half Block Custom Milling and Anodization
All Turtle Internals
All Belsales Front Block Pneumatics
Nickel Palmer's Pursuit Shop Fatty Regulator
WGP kaner Kit
KAPP Reflex II Nickel Hinge Frame
Dye Stickies 3
Halo B (Overkill on a mech cocker, but who cares? Its off my other gun anyway...)
None really needed, or available.
Twelvie changer can be put in HSC or VSC setups.
I just bought one of these because I love Sterlings, and thought that this one was beatiful.
It arrived in a rather fancy looking box..I don't know why, I mean, this gun isn't for children who love shelf appeal....Silly to waste money developing a pretty box.
Well, I cracked it open, and started foaming at the mouth. I sat there for at least 5 minutes staring at the beautifully done anodization, and the sleek look.
After I was done making a salivary mess, I took it out of the box, threw on the feed tube and the twelvie changer in a VSC setup, grabbed some paint, and my 3.5er, and headed into the yard.
From the first pump, I was in love. It was smooth, not quite as nice as a broken in Phantom, but smooth. The stroke was fairly light, being a Sterling. I shot off about 200 paintballs, draining my 3.5er. Efficiency is much like a Phantom.
Recently, I took it out to play speedball with. It performed flawlessly, and did it in style. I really do like the looks of this gun. I had no issues of reliability, pinching, or leaks. I have only put about 6 hours of playing into this gun, and can not completely accurately review it, I will update this review when I get some more use on it,
While pricey, it is a quality Sterling, and provides a chance for us Sterling lovers to get in on the Stock Class fun. 9 because it is a good $100 more than the Phantom, and doesn't perform a whole lot better.