Various Spyder Semi-Autos
Tippmann and BT Semi-Autos
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.
Easy to maintain
Cocker threaded barrels
ASA is not the best
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.
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 10
Last edited on Monday, November 30th, 2009 at 3:26 pm PST