nothing. all markers i used besides were a lot better.
A-5 stock with 12oz tank.
either get a fairly good barrel (a tru-flite or better) or sell it for a spyder or better (even rebels are upgrades)
cheap. comes with everything. semi auto.
killer bolt (hits face), bad accuracy (stock), plastic, Zap.
Sucks stock. Nothing but I think an aluminum pipe for a barrel, plastic body with only one benefit. light. you can use the sight rail because of the feed. grip feels comfortable (single trigger). good beginner gun. nothing else, really. Sell it after about 6 months, and definitely at one year. (you can get lucky and sell the gun alone for a lot more than it's worth on ebay). avoid this if you've play with anything but a brass eagle. it's better than brass eagle.
um, you should only get it if you're rookie. four because of makers, appearance (black, with silver barrel. looks kinda cool.), accuracy, and other such things.
really cheap: $30, really good range, acuracy isn't too bad
heavy, very long trigger pull, crappy barrel
This is a REALLY cheap gun, with some serious weaknesses, but I personally find it about as good of an entry level gun as the balck maxx. After looking at the internals it semms like an increadibly durable gun, the reason it's so heavy is that the body is actually made of what apperas to be steel, not easy to break. It has siple operation, as well as a toolless rear velocity adjust. If you can find out what threads it uses and got a better barrel it would probobobly be a good woodsball gun, but it's prtetty much usless for speedball beacause of the exceptionally long trigger pull. Woodsbal players looking for something enry level gun should probobly get this.
really good for the price, nice range, but not great gas efficency
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 26th, 2004 at 12:24 pm PST