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donkeyman Saturday, February 12th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Invert Mini, Tippmanns and other electro pneumatic markers.
Marker Setup: Mokal Aura, Invert Too Hopper, 14" "Lucky" Barrel, 3000 psi Pure Energy Tank
Recommended
Upgrades:
Fast Hopper, New barrel if you feel it is needed.
Strengths: Speed
Size
Operating pressure
Clamping feedneck
Cocker threads
Not everyone has one
Weaknesses: No off button.
Review: I bought my Mokal Aura used from a local guy for $180 with a bunch of other stuff too (Later kicking myself in the butt because there was another one for sale locally for $50.) At the speedball field I play at the vast majority of the players have Invert Minis or PE Egos. I was as fast as them (BPS wise), I wasn't chopping any paint and my Mokal was smaller than either of their markers despite the Egos claim to being the smallest marker out there. The stock barrel that it comes with is quite good compared to most stock barrels however if you are a regular player you may want to upgrade. The aura operates at 150 psi which is very good considering the standard is a few hundred. The marker's eyes are very helpful and prevent chops when turned on. The Aura is easy to program once you get used to it and runs on a 9v battery. With a full battery you can play for almost all day without troubles. With a good hopper you can do 18 bps on ramping modes. Even at these speeds there is no recoil at all. The only real nuisance about this marker is that there is no off switch on it and to completely turn it off you have to remove the battery. The bolt is very easy to remove to clean and the whole marker is fairly easy to pull appart and clean including the eyes.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a good marker at a good price the Aura is the way to go. You will not have a problem with it and if you do it likely just needs a small thing like lube or a new battery. It can keep up with more expensive prices and is made in Canada. If your looking for a speedball marker get an Aura.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, February 28th, 2011 at 2:37 pm PST
 

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