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Sir_PYro Sunday, June 9th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Tracer (close relative to AT markers), 2k2 autococker, Spyder (TL Plus and classic), and automag
Marker Setup: AT-85 with Hopper adapter, Modified trigger, Bottom line, 12v Revvi, and 68 ci 3000psi Bulldog II tank
Spyder Classic with Die Excel Barrel, cyclone bolt, and crappy 9oz BE CO2
Recommended
Upgrades:
Hopper adapter
Bottom line or remote
Modified trigger
.45 grip
Strengths: Well the best thing I can think of is the look on peoples faces when they see it for the first time. Trust me, every one will be asking what it is, were you got it, and how much it was.
Accuracy is one of the strong points of this marker. I can line up an old street light in the sites an hit it almost every time.
Mantaining this marker in not as bad as you might think. Other then oiling it you only have to clean it every 5,000 rounds or once a month. I must say, that is better then my spyder.
This marker can fire fast in both semmi and full auto with out any chance of chopping a ball. The one time I did have a ball brake in it was becouse of the paint (the 'good' BE crap) and it still worked well as a long range shotgun.
Full auto is nice though most fealds say you cant use it. It 2 - 3 ound burst you might get away with it.
Stock, this marker is ready to go and hold it's own with high end electroes and autocockers.
Weaknesses: LOUD! When you dry fire, it sounds like a M-16! Though this is not always a bad thing.... But still every one knows were you are.
Imput presure must stay over 700 PSI to prevent damage. This is the worst thing about this marker.
An electro marker has a better trigger then this one, some one that knows what they are doing can probably make it close though.
You can't do all the cool stuf to these markers like most. They are made out of high impact plastic.
The grip is not the best out there. A .45 would be a lot better.
It's a bit long.
Teck suport can be a little slow.
Conclusion: New, they are a bit pricy. But right now ATS is selling re-furbished AT seares markers for $450. I like mine a lot and think it was a good buy. I think this marker deservers a 9.5 but not quite a 10. But sence 9.5 rounds to 10 and even crappy BE markers sometimes get 10's Im going to give it one.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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