I first tried it with stock and then changed the hopper to a viewloader force, which did much better.
- barrel (you don't want holes in the end)
- hopper (my viewloader force has an 18 bps rate, 9 volt battery power, and it's about $32)
- trigger (you may be able to adjust it. i don't know.)
- anti-chop bolt (the original bolt is plastic and very loud)
Accuracy, looks, light, easy on co2
Chops balls, heavy trigger, not very powerful, loud
This marker might seem terrible at first with the stock hopper, but it's much better after you change it. The stock hopper clogs like crazy and makes you dry fire frequently. A lot of the parts are plastic like the trigger and bolt. The trigger looks nice but you have to pull it too hard to be able to shoot fast. If you have a fast trigger finger, you can only get a halfway decent fire rate at best. The barrel breaks a few balls every now and then. I haven't replaced my barrel yet, but it is my top priority for this marker. Next is changing the bolt, which is insanely loud and made out of plastic. It is pretty accurate and very easy to move around on the other hand. It is very much worth its price once you upgrade a little. The gun itself would only be around 50-60 bucks if it didn't come with all the stuff it did. It's a very good beginner gun IF YOU GET A FEW UPGRADES. You don't need anything too expensive.
it will definitely be worth your money if you get some upgrades. Make sure you at least get a hopper and barrel. Good for woodsball, and it would be good for speedball if the trigger was easier to pull. You must upgrade the hopper and barrel for sure. Overall, I am pretty happy with this marker and don't plan on selling or returning it in the near future.