Kingman RT, Kingman FASTA loader, CO2, Smart Parts 14" Linear Barrel
Works well on CO2
Excellent Rocking Trigger
Four Highly Customizable Fire Modes
Great ACS Bolt
Max 15 BPS Fire Rate
Stock Barrel too short (for ranged players)
This is an excellent marker for the price. The rocking trigger is great and has four fire modes: Semi, Burst 6, Burst 3, and Auto. Of those four fire modes, the default BPS is 15. You can also customize the BPS between 6 and 13 with the push of a button, and the trigger housing contains easy to read LEDs.
Full Auto works great at 15 BPS and does not chop with a decent hopper. After about 5000 shots, my gun jammed once. The ACS bolt collapsed and simply recocking it fixed the issue. The ball did not chop and the gun continued firing like normal. Granted, my hoppers batteries and the markers batteries were low and the CO2 tank was nearly empty.
Some may say, however, that 15 BPS is too low for an electronic marker. That is a matter of personal preference. I enjoy 15 BPS as it is fast enough to do damage but slow enough to guarantee no chops and paintball conservation. Also, the barrel is too short for my tastes. I enjoy longer barrels with higher accuracy.
For the price of only $110, this is the best electronic marker on the market. If you are looking for an entry level electronic marker with full auto or a great backup, you have no other option. Buy this marker and upgrade the barrel.
Your right about every thing other than you said the gun can only shoot 15bps, but it can be programmed up to 30 bps......how? I dont know, the barrel is pretty short but its proven the the length doesnt matter when it comes to accuracy, but you would want a longer better barrel, also I would say somthing about the elbow which should get replaced
Last edited on Saturday, July 11th, 2009 at 4:35 pm PST