Stock class rifle made by sheridan in the late 1980's, it held 15 rounds in a side mounted tube and ran on 12 gram cartridges. It had the usual brass body but came from the factory with a really nice hardwood stock.
The Sheridan KP2 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
PMI-LB, P-68, (Both brass sheridans, like the KP2)
Pump-outdoor: KP2, Direct feed mod
Pump-Indoor: Brass eagle Nightmare LB (Don't hate, it's 1986.) with a crossman stock
Semi-68 automag classic with stainless ANS barrel and blue splash kit.
Palmer's performance tune, (Velocity screw, new valve, barrel hone, all that good stuff) constant air adapter, typhoon asa, direct feed adapter, better pump handle, Barrel widgits (Stops the rollouts).
Ok, I bought this marker because I loved my LB but wanted somthing a little more special... Boy did I get it!
Accurate, This marker is made from brass. Brass has the least resistance on the shell of a paintball, this (In lame mans terms) means it shoots tacs.
Head turner, This marker is quite unique, most of the people had never seen a brass sheridan outside a PGP untill they saw mine. Needless to say everyone will want to shoot it.
Rifle grip, You will be surprised how comfortable this marker is. I'm quite shure I'm not going back to pistol grips.
Buttery smooth pump stroke, Keep it oiled, and the gun will glide. All you nelson guys really gotta try a nice sheridan. I can jerk the KP down then up to chamber a ball, It's great.
Keeps value, This gun is a working collectors item, And they hold their value really well.
Heavy,This gun is a really heavy bugger. But the fact your carrying less paint and air on the gun helps.
Big, There's a reason I don't use this gun in indoor, it's a beast. 31 inches long in fact. That may not sound like all that much (Because it isnt) BUT once your trying to snap shoot that AGG kiddie with his teeny tiny mini-with your howitzer of a marker, you'll learn.
No stock velocity screw, This sucks. flat out sucks If it's too hot one day, You don't play. these suckers usually chrony high aswell, (There's ways to sneak around the chrony, but do these at your own risk.)
Loud, when you pull the trigger, this is no DM8... She's gonna go Boom. But that makes things more fun really.
Really though, the fun of this marker will make you not wanna put it down. and if you take good care of it, It WILL shoot true. From nasty seconds to Nightmare and Marbs, the accuracy it always ball on ball. (But use big bore paint to avoid the rollouts).
In conclusion, I traded my Angel 05 speed setup for this, And have never regreted it. If you find one, Get it. if you can hit the broad side of a barn, this marker will make you start to peg hoppers at 75 feet without trying.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 at 6:25 pm PST