Stingray 1, Flatline, Thundercat, Spyder Imagine...the titan is way more solid than a spyder, feels a lot like a tipman or a thundercat, similar with a bit less accuracy than a thundercat, a bit more accurate than a stock 98 custom
Several: Sniping-stingray one w/ 16" barrel, 3x rifle scope, polished internals, trigger job. Big fields- Flatline w/reactive trigger. Close games-Thundercat, stock. Pump games- KP3 rifle, stock
Indestructable metal construction. Amazing gas efficiency. Great 'gun' feel.
My old steel valve body got rusty, but new valves are nickle plated.
I bought a used older model Titan for 50 bucks, and I love it. I've been playing indoors, and it stood up to autocockers and flatlines just fine, though I can tell the accuracy would suffer at longer ranges. This gun is too simple to misbehave, just pull the trigger and it shoots. Looks amazing for Scenario games, where those red and blue anodized guns really ruin the mood. This thing feels just like a gun, but the handle is probably too thick for younger players or most girls.
Comes apart real easy, nothing to break. Good rate of fire, rarely breaks paint.
It comes with a great sight rail, but they put a powerfeed to block the sight picture. I hate the powerfeed, but as an aim-not-point guy, I hate all power feeds and vert feeds, so I can't hold that against this gun.
Remember: Mine is a used older model, the valves and barrels have apparently gotten better in the newer models.
For the price, new or used, I think that this is an excellent gun, and I'd take it over a spyder any day. Great for begginners to veteran, woodsball and rec, not a tournament gun, but a great backup when your Autococker goes south.
Damned good for what it is- lower priced blowback, far better than that plastic and tin junk that others sell for more.