* Corrosion-resistant aluminum and polymer construction
* Durable powder-coated receiver
* Stainless steel bottomline hose
* Removable ported barrel
* Replaceable barrel thread adapter
* MIL-STD-1913 Accessory Rail
* Removable feedneck adapter
* High-flow aluminum Air source adapter
* Modular design for easy customizing and upgrading
* Designed for use with CO2 or High Pressure Air
* Meets or exceeds all applicable ASTM standards
o Caliber - 0.68
o Action - Semi-Automatic
o Barrel - Removable 9in ported (A5 thread)
o Power - CO2 or Compressed Air (High Output)
o Construction - Aluminum & Polymer
o Effective Range - 150+ feet
The Valken Valken SW-1 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
200 rd viewloader ,sw-1, stock grip ,12oz co2 tank
Dont chop ,customizeble, accretcy , looks ,light , durable and high rate of fire.
Make sure some stuff is tight like the grip and sights. Had hose leak .
This has the same guts of a bt 4 combat. Same body idea too. It takes tippmann a-5 barrel threads. Same trigger handel with a tad differnt dezien. Same idea of where the rails are to. It incudes a grip sights 8 inch barrel and parts and the gun of course. I belive so that you can buy camo style ones as well.
well i would recommend for begginers and pros. This is a really great gun of choice.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, September 5th, 2011 at 1:39 pm PST
stock clamping feedneck
Pretty accurate, depending on paint used
Grip tends to come loose
small ball detents
Hey there! so. Im still pretty new to paintball, but ive tried a few guns here and there and owned a few myself. Ive had a sierra one, a G4, a GOG G1, and now i own an SW-1 and this is by far the most reliable marker of the bunch. I was looking for a nice cheap marker that i could use in the winter and i couldnt be happier with the SW-1. I only paid 90 dollars for mine because it was a display model and it was on sale.
It comes with some awesome sights (even though i dont use them) the stock clamping feedneck is just amazing considering most 150-250 dollar markers dont even come with any. I like the grip although it likes to come loose and its hard on the fingers to tighten it up real hard. The marker is very easy to maintain and clean even though these type of mech guns can handle a beating and no cleaning and still work great.
If you are looking for a very cheap back up marker or are brand new to paintball this gun is a great starter. Very little maintenance and if you have to take it apart, its very easy to do so. GET ONE!