A smaller bore barrel
A shorter barrel
Accuracy, consistency, Price efficiency
Stock barrel is like 16 inches, Stock barrel bore is big causing rollouts
This gun marks my first foray into pump paintball, and I must say that this gun is a very very high quality marker. Out of the box, this marker is ready for shooting faces. The body of this gun is that of the Outkast autococker, but instead of pneumatics, a pump rod. As such, this gun is very sleek and has a nice powdery anno. Pumping this marker is a dream as well, after a few dozen strokes, it should be broken in to the point where you're able to pump the handle swiftly. Although out of the box this gun is great, there are some minor setbacks, mainly in the barrel. The barrel that is shipped with the marker is about 16 inches long, two piece barrel. It becomes somewhat of a burden. Second, the bore on the barrel is very large and rollouts are very common. This however can be easily countered by purchasing a smaller barrel bore.
Being based on the autococker design (Well, technically it's the other way around), there are many upgrades both performance and aesthetic wise. So finding parts for this gun shouldn't be a problem. Also, since it has a very modern and contemporary design, switching straight from semi-auto play to pump play with this gun shouldn't be too hard. The forward mounted regulator provides a very natural feeling hand hold between shots or when you're on the move.
All in all, this is a great marker that anyone, regardless of favored type of play, should give a shot with.
If you're coming straight from semi play or you're looking for a solid, great shooting, durable gun for playing on the cheap, the Outkast Sniper II is for you. The fact that this gun is very upgradeable also makes it a prime choice for tinkerers.