Angel 04 speed
Ion and SP-8
original Bob Long's Intimidator
Cp direct mount on/off
Vlocity Jr. Hopper
Easy to change settings
Doesn't come with an ASA or air line stock
I bought my ripper 2 in replacement for my Sp-8. I was looking for a faster more speedball gun for my change in interest. So, I stumbled upon the Ripper 2. For me it was exactly the gun i was looking for and I got it for a good price (500) new in box.
When I received my gun by I was impressed by the size, milling, and weight of the marker, already being used to the size of the Sp-8. A day later I got a Custom Products direct mount on/off. Excited to fire my gun I aired it up the first chance I got. I loaded my hopper with fireball brand paint balls and fired it on semi. I easily fired 12 bps ( reading the shot counter on the LCD) with no chops and great accuracy. Then I stepped it up, I switched the modes on the gun from semi to 25 bps full auto. worked like a charm no chops or anything.
I continued playing with the modes and the ripper ceased to amaze me firing flawlessly.
A week or so later I took my ripper out to my local field and finally got to use it in a game. I had about 3 chops in using 1 1/2 cases of paint balls. Also, the open bolt made it easy to remove the bolt and clean the gun out, a lot faster than it took to clean my SP-8 entirely.
The reliability, performance and look of this marker are very impressive. I know I will not be getting rid of my Ripper 2 anytime soon.
This marker is an amazing one, and is a great gun for serious players. I recommend it to anyone with the money. I hopes this helps anyone out there thinking of buying this amazing gun.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 16th, 2007 at 10:30 pm PST