ANS Gen X-Reg
WGP Hinge Trigger
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
Shocktech RAT 3:16 valve
Shocktech Bomb 3-way
Shocktech Hose kit
KAPP Pull Pin
KAPP FX beaver tail
KAPP On/Off Tank Adapter
KAPP Reg Tourney Lock
Benchmark Drop Forward
Toxic Performance Macro line
Smart Parts Freak Barrel
Very good looking I think, I am not sure why people say it's ugly. I have a chrome one with the standard stainless bottom and it looks killer! The anodized versions are also top notch. Adjustability is soooo easy compared to the stock WGP reg it's not even funny. Just attach the gauge, turn the bottom until you get to desired psi and lock it down. Remove the gauge and insert allen plug. (unless you are into having gauges on your marker)
Not much. The included lock down set screws leave much to be desired and actually bent, so I replaced them witha tourney lock. Other than that, I paid $120 about a year ago, so if you are on a budget, there are other options like a Messiah or Black Ice. Also ANS does not seem to have a web page anymore.
I dig this reg. It easily stripable to repair (which has never happened to me yet, just general tinkering). Really easy to keep clean if you take care of your stuff, and is leak free and consistent. If you can get one for a deal, or have the cash, pick one up!!
I have a b2k w/ ans gen x reg. dye stainless 10 in. timberwolf chaos chip dye sticky grips a kapp drop forward and a 3000 psi. 68 crossfire tank
this thing kicks butt. if you know anything about bushys you know the stock reg sucks the pressure flucuates horribly with my ans the pressue stoped fluctuating completely. it is extremely easy to shane the pressure it is a great product
awesome flow, solid stainless steel feel, cool shape and colors, comes with gauge (saves you 20 bucks) and extra o-rings
I am very picky! so don't be offended when I nit-pick: for the price,100+ dollars, they could have a much better lock-down instead of the 2 long screws. maby some sort of tourney lock like on the max-flows, but smaller.
If you want the best get it, but it will cost you. I think that this is one of the few ANS parts that are very well made! (someone else must make it for them) I rate it at 9 because nothing is perfect and the lock-down srew crap.
Tight regulator. Has everything, externally adj. , has tourney locks, gauge yadayada yada.
not one thing- a little pricey.
You get what you pay for , in this case, quality. hot reg, extremely stable and consistent. this reg along with an aftermarket barrel will keep your gun accurate., I shoot my cocker with this reg and it kicks az. buy it or i will
*Lowers operating pressure
*Shows operating pressure w/guage
*Multiple output/input ports allow for custom setup of guage/macroline
*Super easy to adjust velocity ( I have it on a cocker and it's great to not worry about removing the cocking rod to adjust the velocity)
*One of the more expensive regulators out there
*Not the most comfortable to hold due to small size
(Notice... no bad things about the actual perfromance of the reg...)
This is one of the best regulators out there both performance and looks wise!
Although its price is high ( $120 at a pro shop...but you can probably find it cheaper online) it does more than just regulate! When the guage is installed it can be a little uncomfy to hold but then again that's because it's compact and all the unecessary metal is removed from the reg. BUY IT!
I got this reg in chrome, bling bling. its a tight regulator works well on my 2k1 cocker. set at around 400psi. comes with a gauge, makes it easy to adjust. looks good. better than stock reg on autococker, although that isnt that bad or anything
nothing yet. i thought one of the set screws wasnt working cause it kept coming loose. i tried tightening it and found out that i am an idiot. i put it in backwords. i switched it right ways and is fine
its a little pricey but so are the Air America regs, and they dont come with gauges.looks tight and works well. if u have a nice gun and want to upgrade it get one of these.