Black 2K3 VertFeed Autococker
ANS Jackhammer II
Shocktech BOMB 3way
03 Dye Stickys
WGP Torpedo Drop
First of all this is my first LPR reg (except stock hammer) and what can I say, its great. You can adjust you pressure easy with the knob so you can set it up as low as you want in a couple of minutes, but when its aired up its hard to adjust it so not gonna move when you play. didn't have trouble with thing thing except when I was instaling it,since theres not much room around the pneumatics its kinda hard to screw in the the 90* nipple they give you (can't fit normal nipple on it) But when its on there you dont have any trouble with it. Also the ano job on this thing is great! Nice bright colors with alot of choises.
This thing is awesome. looks cool on my gun, easy setup, easly adjustable and it locks down very nicely also, you know so it doesnt come lose and all. o and the finish on it look very good too, not cheap or crappy, easy to take apart to oil and clean.
Go right ahead and buy it, looks good and work well.
8/10 bcuz its not the best, but a great product non the less
Dye Rocket Reg - The Schrader valve was easy to maintain, but Reg was waaaaay too hard to adjust under pressure.
Psychoballistics Lightning Autococker, Smart Parts Freak Barrel, Bob Long Torpedo Regulator, Eclipse E-Blade w/Samurai Trigger, Halo B Loader, AIM Unimount ASA, ANS Jackhammer II LPR, System-X Beavertail
Easy To Adjust, Easy To Lock, Fast Recharge Rate, Low Creep, Looks Very Nice, Inexpensive
Really Long - 4"
I bought my ANS Jackhammer II off EBAY for $15, replacing my DYE Rocket Reg because the Rocket was just ridiculous to adjust. When I received the JH2, I installed it and I found that it was very easy to adjust, but due to a nylon set screw, it was also easy to lock in place! So at that point I felt justified in the purchase, plainly because my adjustability problem was fixed.
Then I attached a 100 psi gauge inline b/w the JH2 and my Eblade solenoid, just to see how fast it recharged. I like to operate my ram w/ QEVs at around 45psi, so I first set it there and set my cocker to bounce. Under a high ROF, the pressure dropped to around 30 psi, and I got some recocking problems. So then I kept raising the pressure until the high ROF operating pressure was at least 45. I ended up setting it at 60psi, and the recharge rate kept up at exactly 45psi +/-1 up to very high ROF. I'm talking eye off, bouncing like a mofo.
I then began to shoot a couple times very slowly, to check creep. The reg was initially set at 60, and the final recharge point was only +/- 1 psi. Pretty amazing.
Ultimately, I want to test other regs for consistency and recharge rate to compare them all. The JH2 is very consistent, BUT it doesn't recharge all the way up to static as fast as I would have liked. I had to set it at 15 psi higher than my ram operating pressure so that it would recharge fast enough for high ROF. I love the adjustability and lockability, and the anodizing works perfectly with my marker.
2k2 sto cocker qevs jackhammer 2 kapp internals
gen-x regulator (the new ones)
eclipse mech trigger (really rare)
comes in a wide varriety of colors
length makes it difficult to take a 2pc barrel off
cool lpr made it easyer for me to rip on my cocker and they now run like 50 bux so its a cheap upgraded to make a big difference in your gun its a nice thing to get it should be on top of your list for upgrades for your cocker besides a e-blade witch needs a adjustable reg on it so get this if you want to get any e-frame
cool gadget cant use a cocker without one so make the trip to ur local pball store and dump some money at em 9 cause it makes it difficult to remove my boomstick
rat 3.16 valve
chipley ram and 3 way
12" all american
shocktech hinge frame
It works sometimes.
This part made my gun lag, and then started to leak profusely.
The gun was timed, the pressure was set right, the part was just a bad one. Thier customer sevice was horrible in that they were very sure it wasn't their part that broke, and wanted to charge me for a repair kit! Ehe ano scatches easilly too, this leaves a poor mark in my book for ans.
The part isn't well made and the customer service sucks, but it did work for a couple months.....barely....overall the part isn't worth it, go with chipley.
GX5-E with samauri trig
Belsales ram and LPR
Not the best.
Had some problems with it
Bought the new GX5-e and shot with stock parts and all i can say is god help ANS. All the stock parts on the gun were all very cheap. the only reasonable part was probably the low pressure reg. Worked for a while and then started leaking after turned pressure about halfway. Sent it to ANS and surprisingly the fixed it the 1st time. Got it back and worked good as new
Not the best reg but it works. Would be goood on a mech cocker but not on a lectro. I found belsales ram and LPR to work the best on cockers.
16'' All american for woods
14'' Boomstick for close
KAPP drop, wgp on/off uni
Halo TSA, CO2 :(
Evil delron/delrin venturi bolt
ANS jackhammer LPR and ANS mini 3-way
Stock Hinge frame (grips are for girls)
No leaks, full adjust, nice ano, paid $15 new.
None. Maybe a bit big but who cares.
The Jackhammer LPR 2 looks good, works good. No leaks.
If you have a delron bolt (or something lighter than stock) you really need an adjustable LPR to set your cocking pressure and save on gas and value your RAM.
It just taked out all the KICK of my gun and I am eally greatful for being nice on gas usage and for having a smooth cocking without over-pressure.
I am so happy with that that just ordered a whole ANS front block with ram mini 3-way, LPR.
Good product, need a good LPR - get it! I got mine on ebay for $15 new, maybe that cheap because it is purple, but whi cares really - looks good on a black 2k2 anyway.
2k3 vf cocker
ans gen-x 2 (blue)
ans jackhammer 2
ans a/c mini ram (chrome)
ans low pressure chamber (crome)
shocktech adjustable cocking rod
dye autococker beaver tail
wgp outkast bolt
wgp back block (black)
12" all american barrel (black)
system x front block
system x drop with on/off (blue)
Set Screws(read review)
Well, i got my new cocker a few days ago used, and i was pretty darn happy. It was the exact setup listed above. I was going on a woodsball trip (even though speedball kicks a$$), and i was dying to try it out. I gas it up and set the lpr, and when i get the lpr to pressure so it cans hoot, the thing is leaking. I am not blaming this on ans yet, because this guy probably never cleaned it or changed the o ring. So, me thinking it was dirty and busted orings were in it, I took the microline off, unscrewed it from the body. Now heres what you need to watch out for. The set screws and tender, and i mean TENDER. They strip so easily that its almost impossible not to. After getiing one out, i find that i was using a biger allen wrench size because it was stripped, so unfortunately i dont have the righ size one for the other set screws but ill update and soon tell about how it worked after cleaning.
Consistent, looks great, just if you are dissasembling be extremely careful. After I get the set screws out and clean it, I doubt ill be able to get the stripped ones out a second time. So I either have to buy a repair kit or new lpr next time. Since these stripped screws can ruin pretty much your whole reg i give it a:
7 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, May 24th, 2005 at 6:19 pm PST