Yellow FreeFlow Fulcrum body
AKA Tornado low pressure valve
AKA Mighty Max low pressure chamber
AKA delrin Lightning Bolt
AKA Lightning bolt pin
Dye 3 way
Palmers Micro Rock LPR
Worr hinge trigger
CP Direct Mount ASA
Bob Long Torpedo regulator
Kapp angle vertical adaptor
Free Flow springs
10" Proto 1 piece barrel
68ci 4500psi PMI Tank
- Egrip (Mech is really nice though)
- Almost unnoticeable recoil
- No chops
- Heavy (compared to Ion, not that big of a deal though)
I'll start by saying that this is a custom marker I bought from another guy in great condition.
Well, this is my first marker, so I've been learning along the way with this great autococker. I had an excellent time every time I've played with it. I've played against e-teks, ions, dm6s, etc. and I guess sometimes I feel a bit out gunned since all these guys usually play with ramping, but I like the feel of the challenge while playing mech against all of them, and feel really proud of winning against them.
I've used around 6000 rounds in this past 6 / 7 months and it works great and I haven't had any chops so far, even with cheap paint that my buddies with ions usually do have problems with,
All in all, this is a very reliable marker. I've had some trouble with it but it has always been related to misuse / bad paint. I Even played in an evening after a 2-hour rain, and everyone was having trouble with their markers except me, what could've been the problem... posibly wet paint / high RoF, but I played just fine with no chops all night long (5 hours of playing)
I'm still debating on wether getting an egrip or simply buy an ion or something. I really like this marker as it is.
Great marker, too bad these are not sold anymore. Really worth buyng. Accuracy on my marker will be better when I get a better barrel, but it shoots great anyway.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, February 12th, 2007 at 3:47 pm PST