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Shocktech Aftershock Series Autococker
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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $1425

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Features:
3D Machined Body
Chrome Pnuematics
Phat Hammer
Swing Trigger or Slide Trigger with Roller Sear
Inline Regulator
Full Size ASA for Durability
Body cut with P-Block
Shortened Supafly Bolt
Sticky Grips
Dye Ultralite 2 piece barrel assortment including .686, .688, .690 backs and 14" and 16" fronts with Dye Boom Box
Product Availability 
The Shocktech Aftershock Series Autococker is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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wicked one Tuesday, February 10th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
All cockers non E-Bladed and with Hinge frames or slide triggers.
Marker Setup: 2K3 Vert Feed Cocker w/new martin paintball conversion kit, New Q-Loader, Pipe Barrel System, Freak Barrel System, E-Blade, 4500 Air America Raptor w/ Dye Cover, Tickler Reg, Nexus Ram w/QEVs, Black Magic Inline Reg. Plus other additional upgrades.
Recommended
Upgrades:
none..too much money already spent.
Strengths: smooth action, no need to upgrade, quiet.
Weaknesses: the friggin price....
Review: I tested this gun out at my local field that was hosting a small tourny and this gun was at a small autococker booth. I tried it out first noting what type of pneumatics were being used(shocktech bomb 3-way, FGP reg, and shocktech ram), im not exactly sure what inline reg it uses stock, but it had a WGP Ergo reg on it which added to the lightly milled body with AFTERSHOCK etched into the side. I also noted the Supafly bolt and the P-Block(i've personally had trouble with P-Blocks in the past but not to often.) besides the DYE Boom Box that comes with it, i dont know y the gun would even be a thousand dollars, let alone 1400+, especially for me cuz im Canadian and for some reason we got shat upon in the currency scale:(.. The action on the gun was super smooth, but so was my stock 2K3 Vert Cocker which i got for 410$ canadian, it was quite accurate as are all cockers especially ones that come with a barrel kit that in my opinion would surpass that of Smart Parts Freak Barrel. I dont know how the efficency of this marker was because i only fired about 100 shots through it, no chops by the way, with a PMI Pure energy comp air and i didnt even think of looking at the reg at the time(sorry).
Conclusion: Super smooth action, accurate, and hey, if u won the lottery its a pretty good gun to buy in my opinion, but for 1400, i would rather spend that money on Bladed gun like the Nightkast or the E-Orracle. or even look into the Martin Small Block. i give it a 9 because of the price, if i see a price drop, or the Boom Box removed, i will consider raising this to a 10.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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