If you are looking for the best pump action sniper available, there is no substitute. Constructed from stainless steel, aluminum and delrin, these pump kits are built to last a lifetime. The pump grip is crafted from delrin.
* Pump kit features: Delrin pump handle
* Aluminum pump guide
* Stainless pump rod
* Pump return spring
Easy to install. Turn your WGP AutoCocker into a "one shot, one kill" sniper in minutes.
The Vendetta Autococker Basic Pump Kit is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Price- picked mine up brand new for 30 bucks
Very, very easy to install
Pump Handle Rubs on most barrels
Pump Handle twists easy
Well for the price I guess you get what you pay for. Installing it was a breeze, took me about 10 minutes after I got my old pneumatics off. I was however very disappointed after it was installed. The pump handle rubs on barrels and isnt deep enough. I first tried with my freak kit. It has a SS back and I couldent even screw it in with this pump kit. I next tried my tear drop barrel, this time I could screw the barrel on but i could not pump the gun. I finially turned to my proto one piece barrel. This barrel worked fine with this pump kit and the kit actually didnt twist at all with the proto barrel and was surprisingly smoothe. The kit performed flawlessly with the proto barrel, but due to the limitations of barrel choice, I was unsatisfied and sold it. I personally like to use barrel kits when I am playing pump just to ensure the ball doesnt roll out the end of the barrel, I havent tried this product with any other barrel kits besides the freak with SS back so I cant say if they will work or not. I am currently using the Sanchez pump kit and I am very happy with it.
Overall I would not recommend this kit just because of the barrel problem, I guess if you sanded out the handle so it could accept more barrels it would be worth buying, but in my opinion I would skip right over this and get the CCM economy kit if your looking for a cheap pump conversion kit. If you can find one of these used and dont mind modifying it a bit, grab it, otherwise stay away from this product. I am going to have to give this product a 4 based on the fact that it does work with the right barrel, but will need to be modified to work with most.
4 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, January 5th, 2009 at 12:29 am PST
This is the only pump kit I've used. I'm sure it's about the same as others in its price range
Half Block Sniper (nothing fancy really)
Rubs against barrel
Some twist (without a barrel)
I bought this specific kit because i found it at a cheaper price than others (I believe i got it for $25-$30). I just wanted to try pump so this seemed perfect.
First impression is that the kit is well built. The pieces feel sturdy and durable. The handle is nice and comfortable with a simple, yet nice design. It's delrin so it has a smooth pump stroke with no lubing needed. It was an easy install as well. All in all it does what it's supposed to do.
For the bad... as stated the pump handle does rub against some of the larger barrels, BUT you can fix this by taking some fine grit sand paper and sanding down the indented area until it works for you. It doesn't damage the plastic aside from some slight lightening of the color (which you won't notice with a barrel on anyway, right?)
Oh, if you put a barrel on the gun there is no twisting when you pump. The barrel keeps it's straight so to me that's just nit picking. I've never had twist problem otherwise.
I'm happy with this kit. Aside from having to take some time to sand down the handle for larger barrels I can't really complain. However, unless you can get it for the price I did I'd maybe look into a different kit if having to sand something bothers you that much. I know CCM has a nice basic kit for around $45 (almost the retail for this kit apparently) and I would have probably gone with that one had I not found this one at a cheaper price.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 6th, 2009 at 2:28 am PST