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Rusher360 Saturday, March 31st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
---Tippy's(A-5 and 98 custom)- they don't even compare with this mag.
---CCi Phantom- yes i know that one is pump and one is not, but most people say that pumps are more accurate than semi's and i agree, but this is not true with AGD Tac-One.
Marker Setup: AGD Tac-One
Gravity-fed hopper
68/4500 PSI tank
32 degrees remote line
Stiffi 14" + kit
Some extra shims just incase you lose any, but other than that it's good.
Strengths: Accuracy
Field Stripping
Weaknesses: None whatsoever
Review: I've shot mags before but never owned one until recently. First let me say it takes some tuning before you can just jump on the field with it. First of all some HPA tanks do not work correctly when screwed into the ASA(mine was one of them) to fix this you can either drop a tank o-ring into the ASA then screw in the tank(the solution from AGD themselves) or i found you can also use a remote line bcause then your tank will never see the ASA. Second you MUST watch the level 10 CD that comes with it and learn how to tune your gun with the carriers, you want the biggest carrier that doesn't leak. Also if you gun will not re-cock after you shoot it(called a bolt-stick) simply add more shims(1 or 2) to your level 10. So now that we are done with tech problems, all of which are easily fixed, lets move on.

Most people love to customize their marker(tippmann a-5???) but i am not one of those people, i rather have something that shoots great instead of something that looks great. But the tac-one has both, right out the box and after some tuning you can walk on the field and beat some decked out ion or tippy thats only intimidating. but you can easily mount a red dot or some night vision if you really want. Also the J&J barrel AGD sends with the gun is fine and works great, i just prefer after-market barrels and the stiffi is the best. Another upgrade that is commonly put on the Tac is the ULE(ultra light engineering) and is a great upgrade but again just not for me, i rarely have to walk my trigger to get someone out but for speedball or if you have to lay down a lot of paint it is a great upgrade( i know because i once shot one with a ULE and it is FAST). Also the Tac-one is super-light and super-high grade, you cannot break this marker. And the maintenance is simple: drop a few drops of oil into the ASA before and after each play and your good!

I played with it once at the field and have only two words: I OWNED. I'm not going to tell you how, it would take too long(lol) but let's just say no matter what situation you are in, the AGD Tac-One will get you out.

I hope you found this helpful and just a little sidenote, Special Ops is a great company, their products are unparelell, and they have helped woodsball grow sooooo much in the past few years, but their longbow and q-bow upgrades are overpriced, not reliable, and just not practical. If the q-bow is built on the tac-one, then isn't the tac-one just as accurate???? The anwser is yes. But don't get me wrong many people love the q-bow and long-bow, this is just my opinion.
Conclusion: The AGD TAc-One is an awesome marker and if you learn how to tune it you will love it forever. It will help you own on the field.
CAUTION: After you shoot this marker you may never want to shoot any gun other than a mag in your life!!!
10 out of 10

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