48/3000 Nina Tank (output 650)
14" J&J barrel
Pump is secure (not loose)
All around good
Feedneck cannot get 100% tight
Spring bounce-back (see review)
This pump, for $150, is very, very good.
This marker, once broken in, can shoot darts. I was able to nail a 5'10" man when he was uphill, behind brush, and running (~70 feet away).
The pump is sturdy. It does not wobble around like some other pumps.
This pump is fairly lightweight. My air tank (48/3000) is the heavier than my marker plus my 14" barrel plus a 200 round (full) hopper.
Comes with a hitman mod (vertical attachment to pump)
The feedneck cannot get 100% tight. It can get tight enough to my standards but it can annoy some people.
If hold the pump forward while you are firing, it is a bit loud.
Spring blowback. This is my biggest Issue. When you fire this marker, the spring snaps back and makes a semi-loud "fart" noise. This noise is louder than a marker would naturally make when firing. Rumors on the internet say that this is fixable by re-springing though.
The hitman mod it comes with is chrome while the rest of the marker is black. Why Azodin, why!?!?
This is a very nice pump for beginners - experienced players. For $150, this is a great deal. I would recommend this marker to a friend.