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The Ender Wednesday, October 23rd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
The shocker is the only other ultralow pressure electro I've tried.
Marker Setup: '02 Dye Cocker, Dye pneumatics, 16" Ti Boomer, Angel IR3 minireg, Izon, 68/45 AA Raptor Air, Warp Feed, Evlution II revy, Shocktech beavertail, low pressure exhaust valve, low pressure conversion(running 230 psi currently)
'99 WGP Cocker, Shocktech front block kit, Supafly bolt, Benchmark 45 grip, Dye Stickies, Ti Boomer 14", Shocktech df, 32Deg 68/45 CA tank. Shocktech beavertail, Ricochet hopper
'02 SFL Emag, level 10 bolt(duh!), Warp Feed,(duh!), Ti Boomstick 12", Home built z-grip with electronics and solenoid integrated
Recommended
Upgrades:
If you are looking to upgrade anything on this gun, stay away from the internals, nothing you could put in there would make this marker any better than it is now. The only thing I would suggest is a Ti Boomstick. I would put a Ti on any gun I own.
Strengths: Ultra low pressure means ultra high effciency. The only other gun I have ever used with better efficiency as an electro is the Shocker, and that was the only thing it did better. It can shoot faster, and more accurately out to 40-50 yards. Past that neither one is very accurate but then nothing but a cocker or a flatline tippmann is.
Weaknesses: There are few upgrades available. This is only a bad thing if you are like me (diehard cocker fan) and like to tinker and upgrade until you have replaced every piece of your baby with something new.
Like the Shocker, the Akalmp is a bit unwieldy, but this is not a partcular concern to most. As far as aesthetics go, this gun is not for show. Again another idiosyncracy of cocker or angel owners used to seeing all kinds of cosmetic tailoring, not necessarily a bad thing.
Conclusion: This is a get down to business type of marker. Just gas it up and plan on running out of paint before you run out of air, no matter how big your harness is.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Nectias Thursday, October 2nd, 2003 | 1:17 pm PST
FIrst off from what i have heard a shocker would never ever ever out last a Excal. Also a flatline is not accurate!!! and also from my understanding and from what other people have told me is that the shocker is more accurate then a cocker. and i have yet to fire an excal so i will not say to much on it but i am debating on getting one at some point they seem to be really sweat guns.
   

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