This is my marker. There are many like it, but this one is mine. Without me, my marker is nothing. Without my marker, I am nothing.
This is a great gun without any upgrades, but if you are like me get the usual: barrel, expantion chamber, and hopper.
comfortable and relitivly light
Requires many tools and much time to tear down. No quick strip pin here.
Where to begin? Great gun, bought in package deal on ebay with a spyder. Promptly gave the spyder away (partially due to my own stupidity). Had some complications with this when I first got it due to completely different design the most other guns. I read a lot of reviews complaining of the single finger trigger having to heavy of a pull. I guess there are a lot of teenagers on this site that have used this gun before their balls dropped and are pathetic weaklings. This is the gun law enforcement agencies use with pepperballs on criminals. They picked this gun for a reason, reliability, durability, ease of use, and its intimidating, Dale Earnhart style. Not like those neon colored markers that look like a toy. Very quite gun, especially with 20 inch J&J ceramic. Quite thud instead of a loud pop. Ball detent kind of sucks, little piece of pliable fiber that wears out, but there cheap and easy to replace. Not a lot of aftermarket parts for this gun so you sometimes need to be creative and make your own. That is good I think, keeps you gun unique and not a "off the shelf" gun. This gun is right for me, have tweaked it for three years now. Almost everybody I play with has replaced or made costly upgrades to their guns. This is the first gun I bought, there have been many in between. I currently have seven markers in my gear bag but this is the one that is used every time, old faithful. And you can use it to kill a buffalo if you swing it hard enough, and it will still work!
In a world of 26bps, it still only takes one hit to get out. I'll take my quite, accurate, gravity fed, five rounds per second tippmann pro carbine over anything else.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, July 12th, 2009 at 11:27 pm PST