Spyder MR1 (primary marker) with a custom stock (the normal stock but the top sawed off to aim down sights), J&J Performance Ceramic barrel, Halo-B loader.
A horizontal Co2 line instead of vertical because with a Co2 horizontally, players can use it as a stock to help them steady with aiming.
-keep shooting no matter what
-It is a good beginner gun
-Ideal for rental
-A heavy trigger pull
-Not alot of upgrades
I think this is a decent gun for beginners to play with but I strongly don't recommend this if you are playing for a long time (1+ years) because this marker can be inaccurate. At my local paintball arena, all their Mokal Titans have wobbly barrels and a heavy trigger pull. Overall this is not ideal for speedball but still works at speedball arenas.
Newcomers to the sport of Paintball may use it but I would say to spend a bit more and get a Tippmann 98 Custom or Spyder MR1. But it is the player/user's choice.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 14th, 2008 at 10:17 am PST
thiis gun is great, i have hd two in the past and they will live to the end of time, without a dout mokal made this gun to last, as far as upgrades are concerned the only thing u can do is use the trinity mag expansion chamber, and the lapco machine gun shroud and u have urself a cool lookin smg , thats what i did four years ago and my titan looked like a skorpion machine pistol, a little imaganation goes a long way!!!