Trracer (great starting pump)
SL 68 II (great starting pump)
-15 round feed
-3,5 oz tank/12 grams
-11 in barrel
Tstock, detent rings, 11 in barrel
Smooth, consistant, affordable, light, nimble, balanced, field stripping, maintenance
Pump arm is a little hard to keep in bolt when reassembling?
I absolutely love this marker. It feels light, the pump is smooth as I could want, and in snapshooting fights, it feels nimble. With good paint, it shoots darts. The vertical air makes a good grip if you're keeping posted on someone. As for maintenance, I do it religiously because this gun is like my child. I am sure, however, that it could go for a month or two without taking it apart. All it needs is a light coat of oil (I shoot it through the ASA) and its good to go. As far as field stripping goes, its overly simple. Pop out one screw, slide off the body, clean it, reassmble and you're good to go.
What more could you want? comfortable, consistant, and has a great feel. Its small and relatively quiet and isn't too needy for maintenance. It has never let me down
If you're in the market for a stock class marker, this is definately the one to get. It may not be original, but it just goes to show what a great product it is. I give it a 10 because I cannot think of anything that needs improvement.