You need an EBlade to really get this gun to shoot and act like a true autococker. It will get you up to 21 bps and will make you a god. Once you've got that be sure to purchase a HALO, unless your fingers are untrained for speed then buy an eVLoution. AND also be sure to get a pneumatics cover cuz if your pneumatics gets hit, the repairs to fix it will cost more than your gun.
It's excellent w/ an Eblade, It's accurate like a phantom, and quiet...
~Heavy Trigger, hard to shoot above 18bps
It's a sleek design thats not too fancy nor complicated. It surpirses me at how fast it can shoot w/o and electric trigger. It's stock barrel, most of the time performs to a well standard. For a cocker you will be very pleased at how well this S.O.B. can perform. It's accuracy is what you will cherish about it. It shoots very quiet as well even w/ the Eblade. That is another major factor that I love about mine. I will always love my Chipley... Always
People... take it from me this gun is as accurate as hell and for a good price (Only $500 MAN!!) and if you really want to go pro... Get the Eblade to go w/ it. When you get that w/ your Chipley you will play like a sure fire pro. ~E-BLADE OWNS YOU~
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, February 25th, 2004 at 5:12 pm PST
I agree with ~EBLADE OWNAGE~ on getting an eblade. if ur in tournaments u need one. a mech cocker is really hard to shoot fast. i have a mech and its hard. eblade also auto times your gun so u never need to fix the timing and u cant short stroke with it. yeah most people dont shoot 22 a second. but alot of people can do like 15 a second. and u need an eblade for that
Hard to shoot over 18 bps? duh... its mech. Im pretty sure that a whole new front block setup isn't more than $390. plus i've been shot in the pneumatics many times and nothing breaks except mabey a few $3 hoses. the cover is pointless.