This gun chops like crazy. Used a 67/3000 tank to shoot 250 balls
This marker is probably a little worse than a Brass Eagle Avenger or Triton. I would rather own a Brass Eagle blade and you probably have a better chance in a tournament using one.
There is probably a reason why in mid production they replaced the bolt with an anti pinch bolt, and it was not to give you an already upgraded product. The marker is an bad attempt to put an OK spyder trigger on an autococker.
This gun had velocity fluxuations of over 70fps withing 10 shots. The only thing that was consistent was the fact that it was not.
We shot 1000 balls and went thru 2 ball detents, not just one one gun but the two that we have.
We even had them worked on at World Cup in orlando and when we got them back they were worse then when we got them.
I think this company is on the way out AGAIN. for the second time.. be very carefull....
Don't buy this gun and for sure, don't sell it. We have two in our shop and we will not sell them. They have been sold once and came back and I can not bring myself to sell it to anyone. I would rather eat the 600 I paid for them. There is no customer service either.........I will use them as prizes or something......
If you have one, I am sorry... trade up to a Spyder Compact 2 in 1. You will be happier
my god ppl, why spend this much money for a non-cocker. if you want a good gun just get an autococker from wgp. they are top notch quality. plus they invented cockers so who could do it better than them. come on ppl think smart
Well, many things could be causing your problem...
Detents - You shouldn't use a Halo B on any marker without detents made for it. Ofcourse you'll get worse results than the Egg II. You see, a Halo B forces balls through the detent, because the detents are too weak to handle the speed. Around every detent on the market is like this. I'd hate to take advice from a person who doesn't know this simple concept.
The 70fps fluxations could mean about anything. If your paint-barrel match is bad, you will drop in the 50fps ballpark. Try different sizes of paint, and different barrels. Your tanks could also have problems, but I'd try this one last. Have someone look at it, or shoot it through other guns. Lastly, you could have a dirty or glitchy regulator. Dirt can get into the reg if you don't brush the tip of the tank off and the inside of the screw-in (whatever you use on it :P) Try taking the reg apart (remember how it goes or you're f**ked.) Sometimes the factory can get them dirty aswell. The last thing that could cause this is if you're a total putz and you don't lube the reg/bolt (if its not delrin). to lube your tank, just put lube at the tip of the tank, put it in, shoot 60 shots-ish and its fine. I've had problems with this gun before, and checking all those actually helped, and now it works fine. >.<;;