I've used Raptors, Stingrays and a few of the Spyder models. All these guns parts just dont last. They end up snapping, scratching, and sometimes melting from over use. Titan just holds up to more abuse.
I have the oldest Titan. When I bought it I got the box and marker nothing else. Mokal was just coming out with the Titan and no one knew about it. APG had a few pages on it 3 years ago and that was all I knew about my new gun. I have an expansion chamber, drop forward, cradle and a must Nitro Duck tank. Next purchase is for an electro hopper cause it shoots so fast and I get a few ball brakes from it.
First would be an expansion chamber, drop forward with good cradle and a must is a Nitro tank.
I like how the parts hold up. There is a ton of wear on my bolts and blow back pin set-up. but it still shoots great. Within 5 min. I can have the gun apart and back together after a long hard day. I have a 14 in. barrel on mine and the accuracy improved so much more from the old stock 8 in..
Please send a pack of a million or so extra O-rings, and a few ball detents. I go thru a bunch of O-rings it seems every time I pull my gun apart to clean it. The detent is shot but it has been 3 years of hard work for it.
I love this gun and am glad I found it for my first. I just had a tourney up against Angels, Autocockers and Impulses and I felt like I kept up pretty dang good for a blow back gun. We took 2nd out of 6 teams. Its easy to find parts that can strap on to it like bottom lines and expansion chambers. The O-rings suck and CO2 is not all that great for it to much re cocking during games. The noise it gives out is really intimidating, not the greatest for those scenario guys and gals.