'02 vert cocker, kapp reflex frame, dye stickies, superfly bolt, rat 3:16 valve, kapp f.a.t. ram, palmer rock regulator, kapp aluminum pump arm, armson stealth, nw paintball products 8" drop forward, bob long torpedo w/ gauge, green electrical tape "paintjob"
even though technology is moving at an amazing speed, some players still like to play with pumps. should an all-pump game arise, people with high end markers will be left sitting on the benches. unless you're a cocker owner. why go out and pay $35 for a junky talon if you want to play pump? wouln't it be better if you could pay just $25 and get a pump with the same accuracy as your cocker? this is what you should get if you want to play old school. the installation is simple (but, since there isn't an o-ring, you'll need to wrap the threads in teflon tape first). the stroke is smooth, meaning a faster pump. the spring is light, also meaning a faster pump.all in all, this does what it's supposed to do, and it does it well.
well, there's no autotrigger. but you're buying a pump kit, not a trigger kit. you get what you're promised, the ability to pump your cocker ;-) you probably won't be able to play stock class because cockers aren't very efficient when it comes to air. 12 grams are gone in a matter of a few shots. oh, and i assume that this won't work good on electro frames.
since some people pay a lot of money for new pneumatics and frames, this shouldn't be a permanent thing. but for all pump games, you can't go wrong with this. a must for any cocker owner.