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Sith³ Thursday, September 4th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
Iver Johnson, Winchester, Smith&Wesson, Webley, Colt.
Marker Setup: WSF-M4, BSX tank, basic hopper w/Ghillie. I also trimmed the trigger to single finger with a Dremmel first thing, nice that the trigger guard can be removed for this mod and heavy mittens in winter if desired.
Strengths: Simplicity, Intuitive design, great execution. Handles & Shoots beautifully.
Weaknesses: Heavy compared to other markers. (but I bought for realism)
Review: This weapon was chosen for its realism, simplicity, bomber construction and reasonable cost. I have shot multiple cheap paints in woods ball scenario style games and only broken two balls. This I attribute to the spring loaded ball bearing retention system and a very smooth acting Delrin bolt (stock). This marker can be set up tournament style by stripping off the goodies or fully kitted tactical for scenario play (My Fav!). This was a huge draw for me as I play 90% scenario but wanted to be able to play others if the situation arose. The setup is simple; chronographing takes no disassembly (unless using the stock). In this case, set up the marker without the stock counting the turns out from full power then set the stock power adjuster the same. NOTE: Full power is well outside safely limits at 340 – 360 fps and the manual says lefty loosy is faster but the opposite is correct.

Please be careful. I turned mine “down” and got a real surprise the first shot!

There are more expensive (by a lot) and more realistic looking (not by much)markers on the market but if you want a real feel, craftsmanship and are coming from a firearms background like me the Warsensor is as much fun in combat as it is apart on the coffee table.

P.S. If you get the telescoping stock, which I recommend, remove the power adjustment bolt and replace with a hardened "jack screw" from your local fastener supplier. It should cost only about $0.45. This allows one to chrono the marker for the stock in about 2 minutes without constant stock disassembly. PM me for picks.
Conclusion: Sweet looks, Bomber construction with great attention to detail and Price, Price, Price!
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, November 3rd, 2008 at 10:57 am PST

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