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PaintballEvans Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Wgp Sto Eblade, 06 Eclipse ego
Marker Setup: WGP SR, VL Velocity w/dynasty kit, PE 68/4500, Empire regualtor, Empire nano on/off asa, Deadly wind carbon fiber barrel.
Vert Reg, asa, barrel with .684 bore or interchangable inserts
Strengths: Unique, Fast, very accurate, low kick for an autococker, Stock o.l.e.d board
Weaknesses: Needs to be completely retuned out of the box.
Review: I just picked one up a few months ago, I have always loved auto cockers and have owned several in the past I had also looked at this marker back when it first came out but at the time I was shooting a brand new ego. After selling all my gear a few years later I wanted to get back into the game and I could not help but look into the SR for how low they were being priced. After I got a hold of it and aired up I noticed right away that the lpr was way to high with a quick feel test pulling back on the bolt. I did not even shoot the marker until doing some research for the best setting for proper timing and board settings but once everything was set it was good to go. I would recommend upgrading the vertical reg as well as the asa, the stock reg is inconsistent and the on/off asa is very hard to turn when aired up also the stock barrel is fairly nice but the bore is to big most paint runs around .684 bore and a tight fit is crucial with auto cockers so that you do not get roll through. This seems like a great marker to me I have not broken mine down all the way which should not be needed unless you have to replace the ball detents later down the road which are supplied with the very nice extra parts kit comes with everything you need to keep the marker running for the most part. I played with it last weekend a hard day of tournament level speedball and it kept up with the 2010 egos just fine I shot about 4,000 rounds and it didnít skip a beat not a single chop or barrel break and I put a lot of guys in the dead box the accuracy is phenomenal.
Conclusion: Awsome Autococker but know what you are buying this was not made for people that are brand new to the sport you will need some knowledge of autocockers
9 out of 10

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