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Vamp Friday, January 17th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
I've played with a Kapp Autococker for a year. Every time I've played with it it's always been a headache to me. I do not recommend cockers. they are so tempermental. I found myself always making adjustments to the regulators, the velocity was never consistant. It was a mess. It was not worth my time.
Marker Setup: I currently use an Automag RT pro, vertical feed, black body. With a 14" 32degrees Carbon fiber barrel.
A good cradle or drop forward. And a 4500 tank. Because you are going to need all the air that you can get. Because this gun works best at high pressure. Right under about 900, it dosent shoot as vicious.
Strengths: This gun is no joke. I could out shoot any cocker, and even some of the weaker fully automatic electronic guns. EX AMG Spyder. The recharge on this RT is so outrageously fast. I love the sound when I rock that trigger.
Weaknesses: nothing, I'm happy with everything about it. The velocity adjustment is right there, I can clean it in two seconds. It's not bulky like all the other markers. EX like an autococker's big body, or the ugly impulse.the Impulse looks like your running around with a nasty black box with a barrel sticking out of it.
The RT is pleasant to the eye. The best marker I've played with yet.
Conclusion: Very easy to maintenance. just a couple a drops of Autolube and your like what! who's next.
10 out of 10

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