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pbagent Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
4 years
Products Used:
M98 Custom, Diablo Wrath, Ion, misc automags
Marker Setup: ANS GX-5, J&J Ceramic barrel kit
Mechanized hopper is a must, barrel kit (as for all autocockers)
Strengths: Sexy
No batteries
Weaknesses: Must match paint to barrel!
Must use compressed air
Gas hog
Review: This is the first autococker I have ever owned, and it has been a pure pleasure.

The 90` grip frame is heavenly. Not only is it comfortable on the wrists, but it helps you tuck the marker in nice and tight. The marker has been very dependable. Once you learn how to properly work the trigger (i.e. not short-stroke!) it is smooth sailing.

Not only that, but you will turn heads on the field.

With prior markers, I felt obligated to upgrade - but this gun comes stock with a delrin venturi bolt, 15` ASA, clamping feed neck, double trigger, drop forward with on/off, etc etc etc. I would have to say that all of these "extras" is a major selling point.

As with any autococker, crappy paint = barrel breaks or paintballs rolling straight out of the barrel, hence a barrel kit is a must. I have had great luck with the J&J ceramic kit.

This gun is an air hog, but it may be that I do not have the reg's set efficiently.
Conclusion: Everything is as advertised. Not for newbies. If you're thinking about a cocker, check out the ANS web site. You won't be disappointed!
9 out of 10

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