Spyders and I once upgraded I can realte it to my cocker!
1998 STO Mini coker with 12" Freak system, Chrome Plated flame drop froward, Cross fire minibolt, 45 electro frame, and a remote with nitro set up.
Mako Storm, A good drop forward, 9 or 19 exspansion chamber, I will give people credit it does look sweet with the 21"barrel on it.
This is a good honest review of this gun.
Ok these are the people who are full of baloney and just plain hate the commando 2 for no reason. Well I am not sure about flammable I think he might be telling the truth.
Deehrhead- More like deer with no head if you ask me. Heís full of baloney. If it started leaking like the titanic all you need to do is buy a new b/l or expansion chamber. And if that was true thatís why your gone doesnít shoot right.
Gtcommandohater- hmm the name says it all. Hey you wouldnít happened to be related to ClamChowda now would you?
ClamChowda- as he stated about a million times in forums he hates the design of the gt commando 2 because itís a hybrid of a spyder. He says ďThere are no upgrades for this piece of sh-tĒ Well sir you are obviously wrong. Itís a spyder marker. There for what ever you can upgrade on a spyder you can upgrade on the gt commando 2. That includes the Spyder Storm trigger and a spyder threaded barrel. Next time buy it and donít just make accusations.
Flammable- He might be telling the truth. There are lemons out there. But those are only the GT version. And the lemons can easily be repaired.
This gun is perfectly fine. I have never had any trouble with it once I broke it in. At first if gave me a hard time not shooting right but thatís because the factory put the detent pin in backwards. Then it wasnít accurate so I polished the all ready Micro Honed barrel and it made it shoot as good as any other barrel.
Its easily upgradeable with spyder parts. I find the Mako Storm trigger and a tactical drop go along well with it. Once I bough that not only did I have an gun that looked awesome but preformed awesome. Full Auto baby! And at 125.00 how is that too expensive? Oh yeah and they say the stock is just a gimmick well its not. I use it all the time.
The horizontal feed does go the wrong way. It gets in front of your sight. You need to buy a sight rail raiser for around $13.00 and that takes care of the problem. For people who say that the gun is to heavy. Well define heavy? Tournament play heavy or tippmann flat-line heavy? Well if you consider the tippmann flat-line to be heavy than yes this gun is heavy. If you never had held either one its like holding a pellet rifle with a wood stock.
If you ever due have trouble with it you can always e-mail a professional user of the marker. I find that Matthew_Fulton18@hotmail.com helps a lot of people with questions. Or you can e-mail me at email@example.com and I will try to answer your questions as best as possible.
Donít listen to the people who say my friend had one or has one. Only listen to the people who actually own one. If you listen to the people who say that have tested it. Come on who is actually going to test it? In order to test it they need to either buy it new (witch is what they should do) or barrow it from a former friend (witch would be labeled under the condition of used). You have to take good care of this marker. You have to respect it. When I first got mine I threw as hard as I could on the cement because it kept breaking balls. Then I found out that the dentin pin was put in backwards. So I fixed the problem and it was smashed and working fine. I completely demented my pressure chamber to wear the barrel guard wouldnít even fit on the gun. The expansion chamber wound u looking like a banana clip.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, October 6th, 2004 at 1:26 am PST
Actually Super Sniper, I DID OWN ONE. THIS MARKER IS GARBAGE. I cannot believe that some one who supposedly owns a "1998 STO Mini coker" (FYI: Itís Cocker, not coker) has anything positive to say about this marker. I've been in the sport of paintball for 16+ years now and I've NEVER used such a horrible marker.
Please, read my review for this marker. The company is a joke, the customer service is non-existent, the product they sell is so sub-standard it's scary, and you think that makes a good marker?
I've spoken with the company and their personal concept of customer service. They don't care what happens to their product once they sell it. Most creditable paintball retailers will not carry these markers due to the MANY issues they have.
You have every right to your opinion (and it is opinion, NOT fact), but people need to hear all the information about these markers. Some people are actually looking for the highest quality they can get for the best price.
You didn't want to buy another bolt so you went and bought another gun?
again I say
If my impulse had the bolt break (and bolts do wear out) I would buy another one although I have a little longer before the delrin bolt breaks over standard.
@g_splat: Why the hjeck are you yelling at sniper about spelling? just because he made an error. I haven't read your review yet but I am pretty sure there was also some user error in your problems. Besides, not every material object is perfect (except for a perfect lover in my head xD rock on Kansas)