nothing, except maybe the fact that the hopper is threaded is nice for noobs so they dont waste tons of paint buy droppin it. it kinda has a good rate of fire. and, it looks cool does that count?
chops paint every single time. stock barrel sucks, but even with a better barrel, the gun still sucks. bottomline leaks, which may just be a defect in my gun. ok, get this, me and 2 friends all bought these guns, and none of ours hardly works. and, even when they did actually not chop the paint, they were horrilbe accurate. here, maybe this will help u get a mental picture of how horrible inaccurate these so called 'paintball guns' are. i was pinned up behind a bunker with two guys advancin on me, one of them was about 15 feet away, the other about 40. i shot 20 times at the guy 15 feet away and missed him EVERY SINGLE TIME, and believe me, its not because i dont know how to shoot, this gun is horrible when it comes to accuracy. if u dont believe me, go buy one for ureself.
this is a horrible gun. most people would probably recommend it to noobies, but i woulndt even do that. the only people i would recommend this gun to are people that just wanna waste 120 bucks.
I have to agree and echo this review. I won(?) a Combat from a local field and was quite plesed to own two markers. Then I tried using the dang thing. It jammed, it chopped, it sucked! A PB savvy buddie and I pulled it apart, cleaned it out, oiled and chronoed it and then took it back out to the field. It jammed, it chopped, it sucked! It wasn't the paint or anything else, it's the Combat! Bah, I stripped it out for parts and now use it for a doorstop. Avalon should be ashamed of themselves for trying to pass this thing off as a PB marker to newbs! Listen to me: Do not spend a penny for this hunk of PB junk! Go get yourself a Spyder or a Piranha, new or used it doesn't matter. Either marker in either condition will always, ALWAYS be better than anything put out by Avalon.
Last edited on Saturday, February 7th, 2004 at 8:12 am PST