Most likely an electric hopper and 12" J&J barrel for a little extra reach.
Very compact, built well "no plastic", accuracy is good for stock barrel.
For the money spent, none so far.
I bought this gun to have as an extra so I could have around when somebody wanted to give paintball a try. This is a great gun for someone just getting started, it's made very well, VERY easy to clean and work on, stock barrel accuracy is not bad at all. Around a thousand balls were put through the gun on Saturday by my buddie's 9yr old son "newbie" with not a single break, that's impressive, much nicer to play and not have to work on a gun all day.
I really like the all metal build of this gun, throw in a factory clamping feed neck and expansion chamber, what a sweet little gun for $94.00. I did notice he would out shoot his gravity hopper at times, but never did have a ball break, I'll probably pick up an inexpensive electric hopper and all will be well.
I've had very good luck with Kingman markers and this is just another. This gun is made very well, shoots strait with the factory barrel and will be a breeze to work on and clean, a perfect gun as a back-up or for a newbie, it's not a speedball gun, but for the woods it does Kingman proud.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010 at 7:36 am PST