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cuska Monday, May 14th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
2 years
Products Used:
2k4 Autococker
Marker Setup: TIppmann A-5 w/ BT Apex, ADCO Quik shot, Dead On Blade Trigger, JCS MP folding Stock W/ RVA, ShockTech A5 Superdrop, Sawed off A-5 stock barrel, 4 inch :-p

Zeus G1+ W/ quick cap

2k4 Prostock Autococker -Red-
Electronic hopper
Strengths: Light trigger
Weaknesses: Light trigger
Hard recoil
-Basicaly if you think about shooting, it will

- the trigger is soo light, you might shoot your buddy if you bump something.
- the hard recoil will make walking this light trigger tricky.

This marker is good for beginner speed ball players that have an older brother that know how to fix a spyder. I repair markers for my woodsball team, and one member has the fokus. Ive had to pull it apart a few times mainly cuz it was all gooed up from paint. The trigger is extreamly light. i dont understand how he can play woods ball with it, this is definatly a speedball marker. This will chop alot of paint or wont even feed if you have it going to fast, which is easy to do with a trigger this light.
Conclusion: I would Highly suggest this marker for people geting into speed ball. But if you want to play woodsball go for a tippman 98.
5 out of 10

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