Superman Angel with 45/45 armagedon and freak
Adrenaline Angel with 68/45 apocalypse and boomstick
Dark Angel with 45/45 angel air and freak
Mags(RT, Mag w/ booyah grip frame)
Ans Gen-x 3 with boomstick and hinge
Tippmann 98 custom (with rt, nitro, reg, basicly fully modded out)
Black magic with boomstick and hinge
Kapp Razorback blue to green fade
-Freak barrel system
-shockteck drop foward
Definitly get a freak it is great, and the shockteck drop foward with the kapp on/off is soooo great->keeps the gun tight and drops it foward just enough(68/45 tank), don't get new bolt dont need one, cut 2 coils off of the springs and it makes trigger sooo nice and light but not too light, the bolt is fine even though its not venturie it rarely breaks a ball unless you short stroke it nastily
everything this gun is very accurate(shoots in less than a 1 foot diameter circle from up to the 50), very little ball breaks, loves marbalizers, zap premium, jt and team colors. even though its right feed i like it very light and good for snap shooting, i know i play front and is very compact. the vigilante reg works the best i like it on the razorback better than the ans reg and i definitly reccomend this gun to anybody who likes right feed cockers with a smooth and light trigger pull, this gun is soo light because of the milling, the milling is sweet
the only complaint is about the barrel the o-ring in the freak broke and was a very hard to replace it, hence the older boomstick i kept, gun is great and has no problems, just a coment on the people who complained about the hard to clean milling it isn't hard if you dont have to clean it the problem isn't with the gun its with the player if they are getting shot on the side of their gun they don't know how to play
definitly a great buy i liked it over every gun ive ever shot except the dye autococker
I love the way the gun looks, the custom ano is amazing. The trigger has a great feel and the KAPP 45's are amazing, also it comes with nice Hogue grips that dont need to be replaced unless you want to upgrade it cosmetically with something like stickies. Great front block penus. Fires and cycles like a dream.
Very hard to clean if paint-balls get inside where the back has been cut out especially if it gets in your spring (You need to buy like economy size box's of Cue-Tips). Dosnt come Vertical feed, not that big of a problem on a cocker but still vert is usually something that is a nice feature.
Overall this gun is great, i would suggest trying out different cockers before you set your heart on one specific type of cocker. It is well worth the money that you pay for it and all that i put on it was an STO ERGO Reg, a new Evolution Bolt and a Freak System along with air. Personally i would recomend this gun to anyone who likes KAPP products but instead of this gun you would be better to buy the new WGP STO or the KAPP Kick ASs Cocker. All in all i love this gun
1. Kingman Spyder Compact 2. KAPP Razorback Blue/Green
-20 oz. Co2 tank -20 oz Co2 tank
-Richochet Hopper -Dye Sticky grip
-12 in customized barrel -16 in barrel Armotech
-Air America Regulator
-Shocktech drop forward
A good barrel, a good electronic hopper (Ricochets are good and relatively inexpensive), and a good regulator. (A new venturi bolt is helpful, but not necessary)
Quiet, accurate, kick ass cool, rapid fire, autococker.
Heavier than most, have to tinker with it, touchy .
The KAPP Razorback is without a doubt an awesome gun. I purchased mine on ebay for cheap. I had never owned a Autococker before, so this gun blew me away. It's sooooooooo quiet, and extremely accurate if you have a good power supply( i.e 20 oz or Nitro). The only problem I had with it was the fact it is so darn touchy. When I say touchy I dont mean you tap the trigger and it goes off. What I mean is that you have to pull the trigger just right for it to fire correctly. The trigger is directly connected to the air regulator, so if you hold the trigger down, it will leak air until you let go. Also you can't be rough with it. I also own a Spyder Compact, and I roll around with it and dive into dirt. But with the Razorback I'm scared a tube will pop lose. So if your thinking of buying this gun, consider first what kind of game you play, if your always jumping and running, this might not be your gun. But if you like to play a stealthy game, or be a backman, then this is a good pick.
A quiet, accurate, intimidating gun that can perform well if you get to know it. But if you just want to get on the feild and fool around, this isn't your gun. Otherwise it is definetly a Kick A$$ product!
Warp-Feed, 12v Revy w/X-board, Dye Titanium Boomy, Benchmark Off-set Drop, ANS GenX2 Reg, 68/3000 Fiber-Wrapped Nitro Tank
Decent Reg and Barrel, maybe Delrin Bolt but it only accepts STO Styled Bolts (I think STO is the same style as the new EVO cockers and Boxxer Freeflows).
It's a cocker, you can't go wrong!
Complicated if you don't know anything about it.
Excellent. I picked mine up without a barrel or reg for only $100! Thats a steal for this great paintball marker. I love this marker. It is a little on the heavier side compared to other paintball markers, but hey, if you are too wimpy to carry a heavy marker, then you shouldn't be playing paintball. Also, DO NOT buy an autococker if you have no knowledge of their mechanical workings. If you want to learn, searce on-line for an animated diagram of how they work, and stare at it for 4 hours straight. By then you should know how it works. I think WARPIG has a nice animated diagram.
Buy this marker if you get a chance, you won't regret it. Some of the upgrades I recommended you might already have a different marker. This is probably the best marker I've owned for a while (I'm a gun ho', so I buy and sell markers every other month, lol)