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Number of Reviews: 21
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $1250

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The F-5 is self timing, the rate of fire adjusts on how fast you can feed balls. There is two rates of fire on the Force 5, 12.25 balls per. second and unlimited rate of fire. Because the gun is self timing it eleminates chopped paint of misfireing of the gun. The gun has a photo eye on the side, this photo eye is a infared reflective sensor. The sensor is reflective not passive like a Rev Hopper, it works opposite of the sensor on a Rev Hopper. If the photo eye picks the image of a ball in the chamber it speeds the gun up. Alot of people have concerns that a photo eye is just something that can be broke or get dirty. Don't worry we have thought of that. Even though we have a protective cover over the eye, slamming up against a bunker can do almost anything to a marker. With this in mind we have made the brain, yes the Force 5 has a brain. The little black box hold the computer board. If your eye was to ever get broke off or dirty with paint to where it can not read like it is made to, the brain will take over and switch your gun over to 10 balls per second till the eye is working again. Now thats whats we call back up. The Force 5 is also Anti-Chop, the gun wont chop paint. No one likes a broke ball in your gun or barrell at that. Well with the Force 5 throw them squeegees away, you wont need them. Sensors on the front of the gun and the eye work together here, if the sensor on the front sense a ball in the chamber and the eye dosen't show that it is lined up right, the bolt will retract. Saving you from a chooped or pinched ball in your gun.
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The Sandridge Paintball Force Five Autococker 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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N.C.P. Wednesday, November 12th, 2003
Period of
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3 years0 of 3 people found this review helpful.

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Well, I hate to say it but i have used angels. But they do not get anywhere close to the TINY TORNADO FORCE 5 or FORCE 5
Marker Setup: well I got two of these bad boys one is a black and yellow acid wash TF5 and the other is a TF5 that has been mounted on a evo ripper and that is soon to be upgraded to the F5H.
MORE PODS and a G-3 barrel
Review: THE F5 and TF5 Cockers are very fast and they are very reliable. They are just awesome guns and they are imposable to beat. They all have an anti chop eye and they work. Please note that this is a gun for people who know what they are doing, not for little kids Or newbies or wannabes.
I NICK NAMED MY TF5'S A.K's witch means ANGEL KILLERS. There That awosme.
Conclusion: BUY ONE YOU WILL LOVE IT If u dont know were to get one message me and ill hook u up
Ty Noble
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, November 12th, 2003 at 2:23 am PST
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