Classification: Generation 1 Marq Series
Configuration: Electro-pneumatic. Open bolt. Inline poppet valve.
Barrel Thread Type: Autococker
Included Barrel: Bob Long 14ā€¯ One-piece Tournament Series
Included ASA: Xpress Mount Standard
Intended Propellant: Compressed air or nitrogen only!
Intended Propulsion Speed: 230-300FPS (feet per second)
Inline Regulator Pressure: 220-240psi
LPR Pressure: 75-85psi
Estimated Shot Count: 1100+ shots (factory settings using 68ci 4500psi air source)
Motherboard: Frenzy 3.0
4C Eye Compatible: Yes
4C Eye Equipped: No
Estimated Rate of Fire: 28+BPS (4C eye upgrade with board set in ramping mode)
Trigger Activation: Micro switch
Trigger Return: Spring assist
Trigger Adjustment: Pre-travel. Post-travel
Weight Without Barrel: 2 lbs. 2.2oz
The Bob Long Edge is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Bob Long Edge & Marq 7 w/ Pillow Bolt & 4 eyes
14" Deadlywind CF Barrel
Empire Magna Loader with RF transmitter
CF 70/4500 & PE 45/4500
From Bob Long
The stock ASA is not on/off
This is an amazing marker! Only 50 of them were made so they are pretty hard to comeby. I got lucky and had someone offer me this beautiful gun for my Etek and didn't even have to think about it. I get about 4-5 pods and a hopper from my 45/45 so nothing great but with free air at fields it doesn't really matter anyways. It shoots better than my Marq 7 only because it has the Closer trigger that the previous owner had installed. I recommend any Marq to anybody! The only thing I don't like is the stock ASA. I love On/Offs so I got a Hybrid for my Marq 7 and a BL Cam Drive for my Edge. Easy maintenance, great performance and great looks will guarantee you keep this marker for a long time.
If you can find one buy it immediately! Since only 50 were produced resale prices will not drop like with Egos and DMs.