It comes with everything already on it.. expansion chamber, dble trigger, etc. looks cool, shoots very smooth.
I have had MANY problems with this gun, most of wich is think are in the trigger. there are quite a few, so i will list them
- long trigger pull
- breaks balls very easily (at times it seems more like a paintball-disposal
- very heavy (gets tireing after rec games,difficult to change what i am aiming at rapidly in tournys)
- something wrong w/ trigger sear, so that it doesnt cock itslf all the way, and i have to maunally finish the cock after every shot... this is very bad, especially when you are shooting at someone (wich is 100%% of the time i am)
- you NEED a revvy, either that or you will find yourself shaking it allot.
- accuracy is mediocre
The only thing you could really upgrade, is by getting a regulater, ( i have heard horror stories about regs on milleniums) and the barrel. it takes spyder threads, so barrels are easy to find.
It is NOT worth what it cost.. 200 bucks for mine, and half the time it doesnt work. the sypder shutter is currently the same price, and in my opinion is much better. the shutter is very accurate, very light, has all the qualitis + more, without the bad parts of the millenium. I wouldnt reccomend this to anyone, on second thought, maybe my oponants.
personally i think you're stupid. you must've gotten a fualty gun, because i've owned one for 3 years as a goof-around gun. i went a year without cleaning or oiling and it worked fine. yeah the accuracy is...MODERATE. mediocre is used to describe the talent of ones skill.
WHICH- has an H after the W smart guy. stay in school.
truthfuly this is not a heavy gun,,try lugging around a cocker with full hopper and tank.i think you'll find that to be a bit wieghtier.
oh by the way, the spyder shutter was the biggest spyder made back then. it felt like a tin can and sucked