im putting a 12g changer on mine and making it a pistol.
Runs on 91psi
Cant find spare parts
well i got this gun off of a guy i met on warpig.com he didn't know what was wrong with it he said it was the trigger and he didn't want to take it apart and fix it because hes not very good at thos things. so i offer him $78 and he takes it( it was a steal). so anyway i get it replace teflon tape oil ect. i bring it down to my proshop/field (P&R) and the owner loves it. i bring in unique stuff all the time. so we get it working and the thing cranks for a mech it puts my Automag rt pro to shame ( i haven't tweeked around with my automag yet tho) it was so accurate every shots splatter was touching or was on anther shot ( a 3in spread). and its supper quiet. i was impressed. but we put it down for a little bit then i shot it and a big BOOM alot of gas i don't think i broke it i just have to reset the trigger. it is off a little. its worth it if you can find one.
if you can find one dont pass it up get it. if you dont like it it have a high resale value. im giving it a 10 because its what you need in a mech gun accurate, quiet, unique and NOT a gas hog.
As I understand it, Air Star went out of business after a kid was killed using this marker.The instructions clearly state never disconnect the barrel from the marker if the air source is still attached (C02 or HP air) or the barrel will fire away from the marker. The kid in question put the marker between his legs, barrel pointed up, and disconnected the barrel from the marker.The barrel shot straight up with such force that the barrel penatrated through his lower jaw and lodged in his brain killing him. Air Star went out of business because of fears of possible law suits.