Weight and tightness
soft on paint
Cannot use Co2 (for those who have difficulty with HPA)
I have used Mechanical guns for my entire paintball career, so when my pal got a Tac-one and i got to see its performance, i was impressed enough to get my own. The Tac-One is a very well built machine, tight tolerances, great engineering, and attention to the needs of the player have produced in my opinion one of the best guns around. I'll orient this review towards the woodsballer or scenario player, because thats what i play and am experienced in. To begin with, its reliable, will shoot every time, with consistancy and little to no kickback. The level 10 bolt seems to work well, i dont tinker with it much because with a decent hopper (14 bps is more then enough) you'll never run into trouble feeding. Its well sealed, can take a beating, and its great for wet, dirty or other environments that are not as friendly to electrical components. In play its tight, small, and light which allows for much greater mobility during play and its quiet so it wont attract the attention of everyone on the opposing team when you start shooting. The gun itself is sturdy, as i said before the tolerances for its components are excellent. The seals and o-rings and softeners are lasting and the gun has yet to show signs of deterioration after a year of solid play. This is made even better by the fact that AGD has excellent customer service and you can order repair kits and parts easily should the gun break down. When i ordered i decided to get my own ASA because i prefer an ON-OFF ASA with degas, i would recomend this because its nice to just degas it and throw it in the back seat after a day of play. As well, the ULE trigger is a good upgrade to get as well, i rarely find myself blasting away but to have the option is a benefit.
To conclude, the Tac-One is a great marker, excellent for woodsball. The cost is well worth it and you wont be disappointed. I give it a 10.