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Unregistered User Friday, December 28th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Auto Mag, Angel (dark, eclipse, Ad, kapp), Automag RT, Auto Cocker (99) and a few others
Marker Setup: Dye Boomstick (8 inch), New Bullet three way, Revolution 12 volt, Nitro.....who cares about the brand. now lets dive right into this.......ready guys?
Recommended
Upgrades:
Get the 12 volt revolution and a smaller nitro tank to make it small. Other then that I cant think of anything else. It comes with a great regulator and while it may not be a Unireg, it does keep the weight down and match all the splash. Just use the regulor one and if your so after haveing the coolest gun get a smart parts Nitro system and reg that.
Strengths: The good is that when it works its accurate. Wow it is...the paintgun is careful on paint however its not to say that you cant chop paintballs every now and then, the fact that the low pressure cant harm paint is a myth. I hope you know that by now. The gun seems to clean itself when you get a bad paintball, its great looking and not to be messed around with. It makes you feel sharp on the field and is all around a decent way to spend 800-1200 bucks.
Weaknesses: Ok here we go,
from the get go the three way couldnt be fixed, it leaked and leaked and while cocker pros told me it was normal I knew it wasnt. It took me a year to get it fixed becuase the job they would always do when I was home and able to mess with it was always mediocre. The first day I went with the new gun, I applied the air and the ram wouldnt let go of the pump arm to be able to fire the gun, its a cocker, have to call it quits for the day. Piece of junk I thought, the more money I spend the more problems I run into. I was shocked! getting through to the company who does fix these guns for FREE (they upgrade the internals too) is tough but when you do you can get things back right away. I am so mad that the cocker has never worked correctly. If you dont like to mess with timing and like to be able to clean your gun down to the bones forget this one.
Conclusion: Its great when it works, not a bad way to invest in a gun, long life, a name "its a freeflow" , and above all probly the best looking cocker out there, please dont send me mail saying you disagreee. Play safe, keep the macho bull off the field please. Play nice.Jason
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

Review Comments
grannyrol69 Sunday, October 5th, 2003 | 5:23 pm PST
r u kiddin me? u must have got a bad gun
   

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