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mxmtl Monday, January 5th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Freeflow Lotus Sniper - Same
WGP 05 Superstock Sniper - Same
WGP Orracle Sniper - Same
PMI Trracer Tagmaster - Different
Marker Setup: WGP Outkast Sniper II
+ Carter 15" .687 Barrel
+ CCM 08 Pump Kit and CCM Bolt
+ Dye Angel LCD Single Trigger Frame with Universal T-Board
+ Dye Hyper 2 Inline Regulator
+ MQ2 Valve
+ Pre-Brass Eagle Revvy with X-Board
+ 48/4500 Guerilla Air Tank with Centerflag 420SV Reg
Maddman Spring Kit
Strengths: Threaded Feedneck
Smooth Pump Stroke
Swing Trigger Frame
Consistent Regulator
Weaknesses: The stock regulator is tricky to take apart and adjust.
Review: The Outkast Sniper II makes a great starting point for building your own sniper. Once tuned, it performs very well. The best thing about it is the threaded feedneck, which let's you add your feedneck of choice.

The stock regulator is a great performer on both CO2 or compressed air. The only problem is that it is not externally adjustable. That makes it frustrating to a gun tweaker, but if you're not one of those guys, then it's not an issue.

The stock trigger frame feels great, and does the job wonderfully with a stable trigger pull. The same goes for the stock WGP pump kit, which is also very smooth. If your stock bolt comes with o-rings, I suggest replacing it with an aftermarket bolt without o-rings for an even smoother pump stroke.

For tuning, I simply let the regulator to roughly 325 psi and adjusted the IVG to get velocity. A Maddman Spring Kit comes in handy for fine tuning.

As you can see in the Marker Setup section above, I have gone wild in upgrades for this marker. None of it was necessary at all, as it worked perfectly fine in stock form.
Conclusion: I highly recommend this marker for beginning pump players, or those looking for a basic platform to build up from.
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, February 2nd, 2009 at 4:14 pm PST

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