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Ohio5Star Tuesday, December 17th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Autococker: same distance and accuracy
Spyder: same style double tube stack but none of the headaches
Marker Setup: Sentinel TS: Custom Annodizing made by actionmarkers (green to black fade) (email4pic),CNC gas-through grip and on/off drop forward with macroline setup.
gas-through grip/ drop-forward and if you use Co2 a expansion chamber.
*A 12v rev is a must. this marker will throw paint fast and needs the electro-loader to help the gravity feed.
Strengths: 1.The price $200!
2.the bolt is unfreezable!( I saw it take a 20 co2 anti-siphon tank pointed down and go through the whole thing without freezing the bolt!)
3.Easy field cleaning: take out the silver pin in the above picture and the bolt slides out the back, then insert squeegee and replace bolt and pin! (it takes only 15-30 seconds in a game Max!
4.Double ball detent: most markers only have one!, two ball bearing detents makes the ball centered in the barrel and you get better accuracy.
5.Weight: the Sentinel TS is made out of high impact aluminum and is Cut and colored.
6.Barrel: Autococker threads!
7.Feed neck: Angel threaded/ Custom three rubber o-rings keep your hopper from coming loose.
8.Easy to sight,good feeling for quick acquisition of the target.

Weaknesses: I have ran 5 cases of paint through the Sentinel TS and only three breaks,
one was paint related (dryball-to big for the bore size) and the other two were when I was at the world record game in PA. I Used Co2 because it was cheaper for the weekend and i was really rapping off the shots fast.
The Co2 did not have enough time to expand and chopped a ball in the feedneck. I Cleaned out the hopper and Marker and used HPA and did not have any problems with it since. * use Expansion chamber with Co2 if you shoot fast.
Conclusion: I have owned many types of markers over the past 10yrs. and Sold 3 of them to deck-out 2 Sentinel TS' (they are worth it)
10 out of 10

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