I have used this several times. After spending a lot of time with low end Spyder Markers, basic Tippman Markers, and using several different higher end markers I decided that I like the pump style of play.
Once I set my sights on pump, I asked around for about a year or so before a friend of mine told me about the Azodin KP. Here is what happened to me right away.
I took it for a spin right out of the box with a small GXE hopper. I also used the standard Winchester hopper. I did not feel that the stock feed neck was reliable enough. I am also used to shooting more paint than what a small hopper holds.
So I got a proto primo hopper at that works wonders. I got a CP clamping feed neck and that is MUCH improved than the stock feed neck. I also got a CP 14 inch barrel. It added consistency to my already consistent shots. Its a sleek design that gets respect from old school and new school payers with markers that are triple the price of what I spent on my whole set up.
You cannot go wrong with this marker. Any breaks, roll outs, or misfires I got from this marker is because I was not used to pumping the marker correctly. Now that I use this marker at my regular field and with plenty of practice I am known as a force to be reckoned with.
Just buy it if you are looking to start playing. Upgrade the feed neck and you are set. I recommend compressed air but that's just how I roll.
Thanks Azodin, you're rad. I'm gonna have to give this a 10 because I have never been so impressed with a marker right out of the box.