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pballer1011 Monday, February 25th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: 02 ECLIPSE COCKER
14inch Dye Boomstick
Eclipse Drop forward
12v revy with x-board
pmi pure energy 68/4500psi tank
a barrel, i am partial to anything dye makes. The boomstick helps balance the weight
Strengths: this gun has everything you possibly need for a cocker. With the same pneumatics as an evolution and the same bolt, you are basically getting an evolution with a lighter body, tighter milling and annodizing and for $600 cheaper. Don't forget that this gun comes with the eclipse blade frame, which is the best hinge trigger on the market! Thos gun is the lightest autococker i have seen so far. The milling job is super smooth and the annodizing is really nice too! For the money, this gun is unbelievable.
Weaknesses: the stock barrel blows, but this gun is meant for serious players and most serious players have a barrel that they prefer, so there isn't really anything bad about this gun
Conclusion: The best gun i have ever bought! I have yet to chop a ball (knock on wood). Even though i have schotstroked the trigger, the balls dont chop! The gun is very light which i mentioned before and the trigger pull is adjustable. I have never been able to shoot a cocker as fast as this one without choping a single ball. If you are willing to spend the money buy this gun, I think it is as good, probably better than an evolution!!!!
10 out of 10

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