The only other marker you can compare this to is a talon. This would probably be a bit better
My "back up" Setup
Green Spyder Xtra, 12" CP One Piece barrel, Cocker Reg, White Wolf Delrin Bolt, TASO Turbo Valve, psycho ballistics drop forward, Black Benchmark C/A, 32* LPC, Java Aluminum Feed Adapter, 2k Black Ricochet, ESP Frame, Crossfire 47ci/3000 Nitro
My new "main" setup:
2002 Black Autococker, Hinge trigger, 10" Dye alumnium barrel, Black 2k Ricochet, KAPP Rhino Drop, Crossfire 47ci/3000 Nitro
There are no upgrades available for this marker
Fun, decent little back up
Plastic, hard to pump
Alright, this marker is only 9 bucks, so you can't expect much.
-Good on co2
-Woudn't work well as a main marker
-Hard to pump
This little pump is a pretty tite marker. I used it for back up for awhile and it served me well. I get about 50 shots on a 12 gram. It shoots pretty good, of course it does not have the range of a regular marker, but it gets the job done.
Overall, if you want a cheap back up pistol, this would be good for you. But this marker will not work well as a main gun.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 26th, 2003 at 5:51 pm PST
some might get 50, but the conditions (temp, velocity, etc) and gun have to be optimal. I never got 50 and ive shot a relatively large amount of pump and stock guns. Then again, mebbe its just cause i live in cold-@$$ New Jersey.
Oh everywhere. I saw some in a apg mag. I think pbfanatics sells them. Also, the laredo is the EXACT same gun, 20 dollars. But with the shipping and handling youd have to pay, its cheaper. I got one at a local dunhmas, They have them at most sporting goods stores.