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Unregistered User Monday, January 28th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
Black Magic, STO, SFL; Custom Bob Long Timmy; RT Pro; Proteam Products Micro. This is by far the most impressive market I have used.
Marker Setup: Custom Timmy, equation bbl, crossfire "blue" regulator 450psi/68/4500, revo; RT Pro centerfeed, aci doggie ll, dye stainless, revo. blah blah blah.
Matching CP pro bbl kit is mahavelous, Conquest air system is outstanding. Gun shoots wonderfully regardless however.
Strengths: Imagine the best custom cocker you have ever seen, give it the reliability of an Airgun Designs product, and cut the weight down to a smidge over 2lbs...That's 2.1 pounds folks. Thats about half the weight of a SFL or an EVO cocker. This is what the Autococker was supposed to be. Besides the weight, you get arguably the best pneumatics on the market, outstanding body style, and an excellent trigger system to boot.
Weaknesses: The only "bad" thing I can think of is the difficulty of finding one.
Conclusion: This just might be the ultimate cocker. As more and more tourney players are placing a premium on accuracy over firepower the cocker is making a serious comeback. This cocker overcomes the usual criticisms of reliability/timing problems like no cocker I have ever seen...and for those of you tired of lugging around a hand cannon, this marker is just the ticket.
10 out of 10

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