This marker was produced in two major versions; the original P68 and the P68 Auto Trigger. There were both Stock Class and Direct Feed versions of each.
The auto trigger version has an auto trigger, a direct feed neck, and allows for constant air.
The stock class version uses 12 gram CO2, its magazine holds 15 rounds.
They are both closed bolt.
The Sheridan P68 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
its gotten a performance tune from palmers and a fasst change
a fasst change. The performance tune from palmers was overdoing it (although it shoots sweetly now)
for a stock gun its heavy, I like that in a gun. it's both consistant and accurate. The pump stroke on it is short and smooth (when oiled) and it durable. It's made of brass
mine had paint in the barrle I had to remove. It doesnt have all that many upgrades if any. theres no rear site rail which, IMHO, sucks. The sound it makes when it fires isnt very satisfying. It doesnt get all that many shots out of a 12 gram (at least with diablo blaze paint).
A good SC gun, I do wish I had sprung for a phantom though because... well now it seems like a gun I would have liked more. Don't get me wrong this is a great SC marker. I love using it during night games :)
the most accurate pistol i have ever used
never chops paint. but whatever you do, dont by brass eagle paintballs.
shoots further than any other pistol that ive used (ive used 6)
extremely durable;never breaks.
great barrel size
very heavy for a pistol
as with most pistols, there are absolutely no upgrades
it doesnt matter that there are no upgrades cause its barrel is so awsome.
for 100$, your'e getting more than what you're buying. this is the best pistol that ive every owned. if your a fan of stock class, BUY IT! you can also use it as a great backup
Great side arm. It fits in a holster like a pistol. Shoots well, and looks like a real gun.
It doesn't perform well in cold weather. I have a hard time believing that it's maximum volocity is 230 feet per second. And I'm not fond of the gravity feed. It makes the gun look cool, but in a fire fight, it's too slow to cock, so you're had.
Cool Gun over all. It's not too shabby for the price, and to be honest, no real reason to have a semi automatic side arm, when if you pull your side arm you're on your last leg anyway.
little bit of a hog on gas (Not as bad as the ZXS-400 though)
WHAT!!! It's discontinued???
It was a verey good gun, I can't really say anything aboot it much because I only fired it at a stack of brick with my pal at 1:30AM but it was a good one and it was also my friends dreaded sniper weapon.
with that thing it's possible to keep hidden behgind barricades and with a longer barrel one could just peg people off like crazy.
After using this gun you will be glad you didn't get a ZXS-200 (But for people like me it's too late)