C98, 98Pro, various pumps, Spyder electros, Blazer, DP Fusion
RPG Mini-Tac Pro (clamping feedneck, custom mill, custom ano, light frame, dual detents, viperblade pro)
CP on/off w/ CP rail
SS hose from ASA to grip, to valve
J&J Edge kit (8",10",12" & 14")
Perhaps a barrel kit, although the stock J&J isn't bad at all.
Set up the hoses to your liking. I didn't like it running beside the foregrip, so changed that.
The Picatinny rails for tons of accessories.
An adjustable HP tank would allow for rapid fire.
Keep in mind that this marker operates just fine, if not better than most, straight out of the box.
Flawless craftsmanship in a simple yet intelligent design.
Lvl 10 Anti-Chop Bolt
Not very gas efficient
AGD's Tac-One is arguably the finest mechanical marker out there. It's simple yet refined in every aspect. Pick one up and you'll immediately notice its solid construction and tight tolerances. It's a design that has lasted a long time for good reasons.
-Reliable: No electronics. A design that can operate just fine in almost any environment
-Consistent: Simple design, with a valve that gives you the same shot every pull.
-Fast: Only limited by your finger speed (or hopper if you bounce it.)
The Lvl 10 bolt works as advertised. I have yet to chop a ball, something I can't say about some of the electros I've shot (even with ACE.)
While I won't delve into a "what makes markers accurate" debate, I will say that right out of the box this marker was very accurate. Chalk that up to it's expert fabrication/design or whatever.
Try one, you won't be sorry. Everyone who shoots mine is immediately impressed. I plan to keep this forever, and I wouldn't doubt it would last that long.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 24th, 2007 at 5:30 pm PST