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CatoRockwell Wednesday, April 15th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Autococker's, Tippman's, Spyder's, etc...
Marker Setup: Tac-One Warped right body, ULE Trigger kit, q-loader, T2W Gas thru stock
ULE Trigger Kit, you don't need to go electro to fire fast. Also, QLoader, love it with the warped right body
Strengths: Efficient
Level 10 bolt
Weaknesses: Modifications, somewhat limited
Price--I guess (it was worth every penny)
Review: Customer service: 10
This is my first automag, so when I decided to make the switch I called up AGD with a few of my questions. They were amazing. They answered all my questions and shipped my order the same day I sent it in. The Automag forum is the best, if I ever have any questions it's great for getting things figured out.

Efficency: 9
Although not as Air efficent as some guns I've fired, It's definitely more efficent than most and it's simple design makes it easier to maintain that efficency.

Weight/Ergonomics: 10
I'm sure you could find a lighter marker, but not with the same durability, the marker comes with a very ergonomical feel stock dye soft rubber grips.

Precision: 10
Alright, so I used to buy into all hype about closed bolt being more accurate. No More. This gun is just as dead on as any autococker I've fired. The great thing about this is that it's easy to test since this automag uses autococker threaded barrels so you can use the same paint and barrel on both guns for an accurate comparison. This marker is literally a Tac Driver.

Reliabality: 10
As I stated above I used to be really into autocockers, however I downgraded to a Tippman A-5 because my woodsball style is too rough on my cocker. While I lost som efficiency and accuracy, I gained a lot of reliability which with my all weather all terrain playstyle made my life infinitely easier. However I missed the precision of my cocker. I heard that a Tac-One was the best of both worlds. It is. It has all the reliability of a tippman with the precision and ability of a high end marker.

Durability: 10
It is built like a brick good luck trying to beat it up

The level 10 bolt system means no chopping of paint. After countless cases of a variety of paint I have yet to break in the chamber.

The only downside to this marker is if your a scenario player. Sorry not much hope in making this look like your mil sim weapons. So if you are looking to make you're gun look like an AR stick with your tippman.

Price: 9
It's only not a 10 because the perfect price will never exist because they couldn't turn a profit. Honestly, this gun gives you a great bang for your buck
Conclusion: In all my years of paintball this is by far the greatest marker I've ever owned. I feel foolish for not getting an automag sooner. If you want all the functionality of a high end electro marker without the batteries and overpricing. Then this is the marker to get. Get the warped right body, a qloader, the ULE Trigger kit, and you can do everything pimped out ego or angel can do only more reliably and without batteries. I constantly have the angel users and ego users at my local field salivating over this set up. Trust me there's no better feeling than when some guy who dumped $2k into his gear to get what all the tourney guys use is admiring your marker which will do everything his can do only better.
10 out of 10

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