I have both an Autococker & an automag ( i will always have a mag)
This marker was stock using a 47 CU3000 aci tank and a revy...
barrel as with any marker ,HPA, & must have revy etc.
decent rate of fire, spyder compatable thruout, can use CO2 or HPA
none that were noticable during the test.
Well I walked into my local paitball shop & saw the marker on the wall & was impressed with the ano job on it ... IT was a black to red fade, extreemly nice job for a marker in this price range. ( $150 retail give or take) I asked to give it a try, heres what I ran into. Easy interface to work with, gun fired with out a hitch accurate as any stacked tube marker with stock barrel could be. marker felt solid & wellbuilt body style reminds me of a dragon grip was comfortable with ok milling. Now here is the kicker folks, major selling point to me. This marker comes with an almost un heard of warranty... Full three years from date of purchase. The owner of the shop said that not only has this marker turned in to his fastest seller but that ACI sent a complete repair kit to his shop with everything from boards to ball detents. Thus far not a single marker has had to come back, not saying much due to the fact that they havent been in the loop all that long. But if they are willing to have a three year warranty then they dont plan on having many issues.
I personally would recomend this marker to anyone just starting out or to any person just looking for a good rec ball marker. I cant see anyone going wrong with it. I am taking my son down to take a look at it next, He might be getting it for his first maker. For its price range it rates a full 10.
ACI Double Agent
Tru Flight Thunderpig barrel
PMI in-line Expansion chamber
spoon drop foreward
Microline set up
Expansion chamber or regulator for consistency
Quick and easy to fix
Electronic trigger is very nice
Overall Great Value
May leave serious players wanting more
This is a great gun for the price (i payed a little over $150), and i have never regretted it. It always seems to work, and if their is a problem, field stripping and light oiling is usually all it takes to get it back into the fight. i should note however, that shortly after my purchase, i began noticing that the battery in the electronic trigger would die after only a few games, after contacting my retailer, they replaced the board (courtesy of ACI) and i was back in business (i can usually go 5 days of play before the 9V battery needs replacing). The Double Agent is also a spyder clone, meaning that all the parts (barrel threads to bolt size) are the same as the guns made by Spyder, which makes upgrading a very simple process. However, unlike my friend with his Spyder Imagine, i have never needed to borrow a roll of duct tape to keep playing. and did i mention how fast the electronic trigger is? the full auto and 3-shot burst modes are nice, but you can easily out pace them while walking the trigger in semi auto mode, which gives me a huge advantage over my friends on the speedball course and in the woods.
For the price, there simply is no other mid range electro that compares.