Very Lite, Very Cheap, Extremely Fast, Works with co2 or HPA, efficient, very upgradeable.
Feedneck is cheap
trigger slop side-to-side
I was looking for a tournament level speedball gun that would run efficiently and properly off of co2 with out a/s tanks and this gun does just that! This gun is awesome. its extremely fast (20+ bps). If you dial in the regulator and velocity the performance is almost identitcle on co2 as is on hpa. Hard to believe isn't it. The electronics of the gun are very easy to run and understand. With a little adjusting the stock trigger is very easy to walk but there is a lot of side-to-side slop. This is unnoticed when playing. The stock barrel is very good for stock but would be a good upgrade. The feedneck works great but feels a little cheap and is a little tall for speedball. The eyes work flawlesly! Have't chopped a ball yet. You deffinately need a fast hopper. An Empire reloader B or Halo B or even an Evo3 should be fine. With my empire i turned the eyes off and walked the trigger as fast as i could and still never chopped a ball. This is by far the best performing gun with co2. Its considered a low-end electronic marker because its a blow-back gun but performs just as good as a high-end that would cost much more. The thing that sold me was the performance on either co2 or hpa because it is a 50 mile drive to the closest hpa filling station. I am on a speedball team and with a few upgrades this will be my #1 gun I plan on competeing many times this summer with it and will give you updates on how it performs.
I would reccomend thi gun for everyone from a beginner to a pro tournament player. This was a great step up for kingman and with more guns like this should soon be on top of the mid priced guns. The gun is extremely fast, accurate, efficient, lite, and has everything needed in a speedball gun for half the price at least. I give it a TEN, a TEN a Fing TEN!!! look back for updates and how Middleton Mayhem did.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 3rd, 2008 at 9:30 am PST