Nothing similar. but have used other mid grade markers.
PMR10, Dye Rotor and Empire 68/45
-Wired or lazer eyes if you dont like ribbon eyes.
-Just adjust the trigger the way you like it and it will serve you well.
-macro line fittings
-kind of a gas hog
When you first pick it up, it feels amazing in the hands, super smooth and light, barley to no kick whats so ever. this gun will keep up to higher ends. has some wicked colors. the only thing that really bothers be about the gun when i first got is was the bolt. 2nd time cleaning the gun i tried taking the bolt out and the threads are sharp and cut a Oring on the bolt. but after you get to know more about the marker you will be cleaning it with no problem, i lube the threads to so maybe that will help you prevent losing a Oring. and my field will only fill up to maybe 3200 PSI so i almost need to fill each 3 games or so. never really got a full fill so i cant really say it is a gas hog. but from my POV i dont like how i fill almost all the time. but you are getting a bit more for what your paying for. Packaging by Dye, support by Dye. futures by Dye. but not saying its the best marker for the money. There is still the Etek line, Axe and mini to choose from in my opinion.
I would buy this marker again for the right money. 200 would be a steal 300 is a good decent price for it since it is from 2010. still competes TODAY. better quality then the original Proto rail 2011. all i have to say. BUY it if its for the right price. give it a full 8. just from nit picking the eyes and never came with the UL barrel.