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Unregistered User Thursday, June 28th, 2001
Strengths: The cocker comes with a benchmark grip frame, armson pro series barrel, all STO components, and the satin finish is just fuking sick. The armson pro series barrel is amazing for speedball. The only thing you need for this gun is a regulator. Dont get a sh*t reg, get a really good reg and u will have awesome consistency and great accuracy. I got the Ans gen X reg, this is the sh*t, it performs well on the cocker and looks hott.
Weaknesses: Nothing, the only thing i would change is the powerfeed back to normal.
Conclusion: This gun shoots great out of the box,dont even need to buy upgraded parts. This is a cheap cocker and is def worth the money. If you want a really nicely tricked out cocker for a good price buy this. Dont buy a regular 2001 autococker and then trick it out, my friend did that and he got the benchmark and new pnuematics and a new barrel and he spent a ton of dough on upgrading his regular 2001 autococker. This is just the same thing as the pro team f/x sto autococker except they have vertical feed bodies but all the parts are the same. This cocker always gets the job done
10 out of 10

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