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arc1880 Thursday, August 28th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
No other autococker experience. Just field markers and Piranhas. And those don't compare to this autococker period.
Marker Setup: KAPP Reflex Autococker (Blue to Black Polished)
All KAPPed
*KAPP 14'' KXS Barrel (.688)
*KAPP Reflex Frame
*WGP STO 3-way
*KAPP F.A.T. Ram
*KAPP Rhino Regulator
*KAPP Y2K Venturi Bolt
*KAPP Tear Drop v.2.0
*KAPP K2 Drop Zone II On/Off Tank
*KAPP Y2K Hammer Kit
*Bob Long Torpedo In-line Reg.
*PMI Pure Energy 68ci 4500psi
*VL 12v Revolution w/ X - Board
None so far. This comes with KAPP's KXS Barrel which is an awesome stock barrel for this marker. They chaged the regulator already into the Bob Long Torpedo Regulator from the PMI Regulator.
Strengths: Comes complete and timed. All Kapp parts. Very quiet and no kick. Bob long regulator.
Weaknesses: None
Review: This marker is one of their improved 2003 Reflex Autocockers. When I first opened up the package, I couldn't get over how it looked. The pictures online really don't show how amazing the anodizing is, and the custom milling that KAPP has done on it. The newer one has a faster pull, better reg (Bob Long Torpedo Reg), sweetspotted out of the box, and lighter return on the back block to pinch balls. The frame and barrel has also been anodized to match the gun.

It was very light and the reflex trigger is awesome....its very smooth and has a high rate of fire. There are two ball detents on both sides of the marker helping the ball to be centered.

The marker is very quiet and I don't feel any kick when shooting. The marker comes with KAPP's own 2 piece barrel (KXS) which you have the option of getting 3 bore sizes. (.685, .688 which is stock, and .691).

This is my first autococker and it was great to know that the marker comes timed and sweetspotted.
Conclusion: I would highly recommend this marker because it is under $800 complete, timed to perfection by Sean. Each marker they send out is personally timed by Sean. So for a person who is new to autocockers, this is fantastic. He had told me that he was working on a trigger mod that would have an easy pull and more leverage, and sure enough the mod was there. I didn't have a chance to test out one without the mod but I'm thinking that it would have been good even without it. The customer service is great also. Talk to Sean if you have specific questions about the marker. He's always around in the PBreview forum. In conclusion, fantastic product and a great buying experience. If you are thinking of getting an autococker, but don't want to pay extra for a reg, and a bottom line (which can turn out to cost a lot) get this marker. It is complete and ready to shoot out of the box. Get one then you'll be ready to KAPP some @$$.. :)
10 out of 10

Review Comments
drunkdogsdrink Thursday, November 4th, 2004 | 7:13 pm PST
there is a problem it is slow

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