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mushroomanarchy Saturday, December 8th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Markers I've used:
Hammer Pump; Tippmann Pro-lite; Tippmann 68 carbine; Tippmann 98; Tippman A-5; WGP Autococker; 32 degrees Autococker; Redz ION; Bob Long Alias Intimidator; Ego 7
Marker Setup: AGD Tac-One with Level 10 bolt and ULE trigger kit
CCM clamping feedneck
stock barrel
Velocity Hopper
Lapco Barrel Adaptor
Apex Barrel
Crossfire 68/4500 HP Carbon fiber bottle
Recommended
Upgrades:
ULE Trigger Kit
A good clamping feedneck
An ASA
Good Carbon fiber bottle that puts out at least 800psi from the reg
Apex barrel (if you really want to reach out and touch someone)
Strengths: Accurate
Easy to maintain
Great tech services
shoots as fast as you can pull
Weaknesses: First shot drop off if idle for a while
odd threading
Gas hog
Review: I bought one of these after doing some intensive research and talking to a few owners. I played a couple games with a friends and really got to like it. When I received it, i hooked a bottle up and let it rip. Didn't work. I contacted AGD and Roman Rios contacted me by phone and helped me figure out how to adjust the level 10 bolt. When the problem wasn't fixed, he gave me AGD's UPS code and had me ship it back. Lo and behold, I was using a bottle that was an LP output (350 psi) and the Tac-one requires 750-900 psi input to operate. [here is a quick side-bar, if you need to know what kind of bottle you have, check the coloring of the reg. Red writing on a crossfire indicates HP (750-800psi out) blue is LP (350psi) for CP bottles, if it has a silver bonnet it's HP(750psi) while a black bonnet is LP (350psi)] So when I got my bottle issues worked out I took it to the local field to play. It is incredibly accurate with the stock barrel at about 40 feet. after that it's touch and go. Then I used a LAPCO barrel adapter and put an ION threaded Apex barrel on it (Tac-One has Cocker threaded barrels and angel threaded feednecks, makes for an odd combo of parts)
The Apex on a Tac-One is a lethal piece of equipment. I was gog'ing people at about 120-140 feet through a palate within three shots. Absolutely amazing.
It's a bit of an air hog but is well worth the money. Shot flawlessly. No breaks after 3 cases of paint. There is a bit of drop off if you haven't shot it in a bit. that is because the bolt has cooled. When it heats back up (about three shots) it's right back on the money.
Conclusion: I would highly recommend this marker. It's one of the best I have used in over 15 years of playing.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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