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Number of Reviews: 11
Average Rating: 8.6 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $400

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∑ Weighs 4.6 pounds as pictured unloaded
∑ Semi-Auto 7 bps ( or as fast as you can go )
∑ Composite Construction Body
∑ Unique Modular "Engine" Design
∑ BDF Hopper 180 (Ball Deflecting Hopper)
∑ No-Tool Field Strip
∑ Flip-Up Sights
∑ 15 Inch, No-Thread Barrel
∑ Magazine with Ball Retainer
∑ Raised Receiver MIL-STD Rail (Ideal for Red Dots)
∑ Made in the U.S.A.
∑ Ready for future Upgrades
∑ One Year Warranty
Product Availability 
The Blackpoint Engineering JCS MKX8 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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Zone_Ender Wednesday, March 28th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested0 of 6 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Smart Parts SP-8
1997 Belsales Evolution Autococker
Hand-Built Aim Eagle Autococker and Cocker Pump
Tippmann G-36 A-5 with Dogleg Stock
Marker Setup: Smart Parts SP-8, Q-Loader System, Warrior Bolt, 14" Suppressor Barrel, Stock
1997 Belsales Evolution Autococker w/ Palmer Pneumatics
Hand-Built Aim Eagle Autococker w/ Maxflow and Cocker Pump
Tippmann G-36 A-5 with Dogleg Stock
This marker needs an electronic grip, action needs to be smoothed by reducing the weight of some of the internal components, limited upgradability is a really big problem with this gun. For how heavy it is it doesn't perform all that well.
Strengths: It looks cool, but then so does the SP-8 or an upgraded Tippmann
Weaknesses: Weight of the moving parts, very loud, and not all that accurate
Review: This gun handles a lot like the SP-8 in terms of usability and feel. What it lacks is the SP-8's fit and finish. Even with the standard barrel you can barely hear the SP-8 firing. This thing literally booms. For the money, there are a number of much better markers out there, including autocockers, the innumerable variations of the Tippmann markers, the SP-8, and the Armotech style markers.
Conclusion: If you really want the realistic feel of a scenario marker, get an Armotech or SP8. This gun does feel like it is well manufactured but it's just not as capable as a lot of the other options out there. The G36 mod for the A-5 looks just as good and performs better, and the SP-8 has this thing beat all hollow. This thing is way too expensive for what you're getting.
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