Auto cocker, Spyder Flash, Bushmaster, Shocker 2002, etc.
Trinity LP reg, Mac Dev Vertical Reg, Kapp Drop zone Cradle w/ on/off, Aardvark red bolt kit and blade triger, Freak set, Rev 12v. & 88cu/4500psi. HPA.
Trinity LP reg, Aardvark red bolt kit and blade triger, Freak set.
This marker is extremely fast and very easy to shoot fast even if you are not the greatest trigger man out there. This gun will make you fast.
I have had it for about 2 months now, and I've probably shot 10,000 rounds through it, and NEVER CHOPPED a ball.
I have never written a review before, but I am so happy with the performance of this gun that I was compelled to sign up a write this review. I want to share my good experience.
I am used to shooting my Dark Cocker -w/ hinge trigger- and I can rip that pretty good, but when I got my matrix I started shooting ropes the first time I played with it.
I bought my Matrix used from ebay; it was already 3 months old and already had all the previously mentioned mods on it. So, I really don't know how they shoot out of the box, but it is a really sweat marker all modded up.
Just a few more things:
-I am not one of those people who loves everything I buy just because I can't admit a bad buying decision. So, if I say I like something it is because it is truly unique in its design and/or performance.
-I have shot shockers, Impulses,bushmasters, and autocockers, all of which are very decent markers, however, it is my opinion the Matrix is far superior.
-despite what I've read, not any heavier than and Impulse or Shocker. (I've actually weighed them)
-very-very-simple design and simple to maintain. (only gives you problems if you do not clean regularly. And forget about all that leaking B.S. you read about; that's from people who treat their Matrixes like a tippmann. No more maintenance required than any other upper-end electro marker out there, except the simplicity of the Matrix design makes it a lot easier & faster to trouble-shoot and fix.
-the absolute quietest marker I have ever heard.
-true close bolt accuracy and distance.
-able to shoot the brittlest paint and not break or chop.
-fairly price when compared to its performance and other comparable markers.
-uses a lot of air (but no more than comparable low pressure markers)
-not as popular as some other markers, limiting aftermarket accessories availability.
-kind of a tall profile (maybe try a warp feed)
-very simple/plain milling (kind of ugly compared to other markers)
Lastly and probably the biggest negative: It shoots so fast that I use almost a case of paint every time I play. This can get expensive if you are not sponsored.
But, you do get a lot more kills!
I have to strongly recommend this to anyone looking for a long range, accurate, quiet, and supper fast marker for around $1000, and that is easy to maintain.