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Self Medicated Friday, October 23rd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months27 of 31 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Various Spyder Semi-Autos
Tippmann and BT Semi-Autos
Marker Setup: 1) ICD Promaster w/ CCM feedneck, Evil Detonator HPR, CP mini rail mount ASA, CP Sling trigger, Lucky barrel kit, AKA SCM 3 LPR, SPD Godfather grips.

2) Azodin Kaos w/ CP clamping feedneck, CP rail mount ASA, CP one piece barrel.
Strengths: Reliable
Easy to maintain
Cocker threaded barrels
Weaknesses: Feedneck
ASA is not the best
Review: I got a chance to use my Azodin Kaos for the first time the other day. I was pleasantly surprised at how well it performed, considering it only cost me $75 brand new. Cocker threads meant I could use any of my barrels. It shot pretty smooth, not a whole lot of kick (for a blowback). Pretty loud, but that's okay. Stock feedneck didn't hold my hopper very secure, but the Kaos takes Ion threaded feednecks, so I put a new CP clamping neck on it and all was right with the world. The ASA makes it very hard to unscrew your tank, so I replaced that with an on/off I had lying around. All things considered, I had a great time shooting this mech marker. I might even like it better than my Promaster and SLG.
Conclusion: Great marker for the money. The feedneck and ASA are an easy fix, so no worries there. Love that it's Cocker threaded so I can use any of my barrels. Haven't used a good mech in a while, so this marker is a breath of fresh air. Never have to worry about any batteries with this bad boy! Definitely would recommend this to anyone wanting an easy to use, easy to maintain marker.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, November 30th, 2009 at 3:26 pm PST

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