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Unregistered User Thursday, January 10th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Nothing I've used.
Marker Setup: Absolutely stock, 12v revvy, 16 oz. co2
Barrel that is made by J&J, they have both 1 and 2 piece
12v Revvy for any mode but semi
Strengths: Disregard my last review, I fixed the leak problem. If you get this horrible leak all you have to do is get an adjustable wrench and on the for grip unscrew the first bolt, it will take with it the large metal pice that is textured and open up a cavity with a spring in it. You remove the spring and then hold you hand over the opening and turn the gun right side up and a pin will fall into your hand. There is a white o-ring that you have to lube (I use vaseline and it has worked like a charm, don't know if you can use it with HPA though, the pressure might cause it to combust and that is really bad. After you lube the o-ring replace the parts and you are good to go, but you have to remember to COMPLETELY lube the ENTIRE o-ring or the seal won't be creted and it will leak.

Fire modes including FULL AUTO ROCK AND ROLL!!
VERY gas efficient, when you unscrew the tank the pin is let off before the seal is broken and after the seal is broken the pressure is released through a small hole.
Operating pressure of 100psi, if you polish off the sharp bolt you can hardly break balls
Mouse click trigger, literally uses the same button type to fire
If you put a piece of duct tape (or a few layers) on the body that rests on the trigger, you can get it down so far that the safety won't engage and you can cire as fast as you can click the button.
Weaknesses: The Trigger is BAD in the first run markers, but the company has fixed it.
you have to be carefull when screwing in the screws, they strip the plastic really easilly if you cross-thread
Stock barrel is kinda short, but that is good for speed ball.
The fire mode switch is acessed only by taking the left grip panel off, I just drilled a hole just big enough for one of my Allen wrenches to switch it so problem solved.
Kinda loud, just lube the bolt with vaseline, it is so much quieter and smoother with less kick
Double feeds and/or chops balls and sprays the paint into the hopper, just take the ball detent off and put a small square of duct tape inside (not ove the wire, under it) and this solved the problem.
Conclusion: This is an awesome gun and any problem is easily fixable. I'll give it a 9 because of all the things I had to do to get it to my liking, but that's just me. Buy this if you want an electro without the pricetag of other high ends.
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 6:10 am PST

Review Comments
sonnemann Thursday, August 21st, 2003 | 12:00 pm PST
hey if it works for you fine, but i have heard that vaseline can be very detrimental to your marker's health and it is better to use 3-in-1 oil, or gun oil, because they are meant for that kind of use. Also this gun is now available for like $130. Shop around for the best price.

sean1982 Thursday, April 8th, 2004 | 3:31 pm PST
is this gun really loud and does it shake alot when it is fired?

sean1982 Thursday, April 8th, 2004 | 3:32 pm PST
because they say this gun operates at 100psi and thats bull

pbcornholio Friday, December 17th, 2004 | 9:12 pm PST
its plastic any gun that is plastic sucks my big nuts

biaatchh51 Saturday, March 26th, 2005 | 3:05 pm PST
what nuts

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