Developed with the highest standard in mind, KAOS incorporates the latest technological breakthrough, while providing standard features that are found on $1000 markers. KAOS gives players the competitive edge on the field of battle.
The Azodin Kaos are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used. Check out the Places to Buy links below for places to purchase them new.
Azodin Kaos w/Smart Parts progressive barrel
Invert Halo Too loader or Proto Primo loader
68/3000 HPA tank
autococker threaded barrel
Ion threaded feedneck
This is a great mech gun for the price. It shoots great I use it for rec ball. uses dual intimedator detents just like the Ego. With autococker threaded barrel and Ion threaded feedneck. Rubber grips and two finger trigger. Well buit body with full Delrin bolt. Intigrated rail dovetail mount asa.
For the price $90 its awesome great gun if your looking for a starter gun this is it, If your looking for a backup gun this is it,I use it as my backup gun I have an Eblade Autococker Orracle, Proto SLG, and Spyder Electra. The Azodin Kaos is a must buy.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, February 14th, 2010 at 5:02 am PST
Tippmann Gryphon, Tippmann Triumph, Jt Styker Cybrid, Spyder VS1
Proto Primo Hopper, 20oz Tank
Barrel, Accurate, LightWeight, Trigger, Easy to Clean
Not Electric, Feedneck
This gun is a great beginners gun I have to say. I wouldnt recommend using it for woodsball. Not a tournament gun, But a good speedball gun for fun. This gun is very accurate it wont break paint unless you have an electronic hopper, Its so easy to clean, I really like it and I also like that it comes in alot of color choices
I would recommend a new feedneck. Get an electric hopper. Maybe a new barrel
This is not a good gun at all. Just spend a little more and get a spyder.. Spyders are way more reliable. This gun is a waste of money and time. Well this is my first marker and my first review. Just because I am new to the sport doesn't mean my opinon is going to be that much different then someone with more experience. This is becasue I have high expectations for any product that I buy. With that said here is my review of the Azodin KAOS (2010):
I bought my marker online due to the fact that there is no local pro shop near me in NYC. When it fianlly arrived I opened the box and was impressed on how well the marker felt in my hands. I bought a package deal so it came with the Invert too loader and a 20 oz C02 tank. I attached the tank and was met by about 7 lbs of weight (the tank was not filled). Compared to the electronical markers that weigh in at 2 lbs it was a little heavier but it is not hard to handle. I then attached my hopper.
Many people complain about the standard feedneck being a twist and lock, but I personally do not think that it is a major problem with the marker. If given the chance to upgrade to a clamping feedneck i think that I would because it is simpler and less of a hassle. I do not believe that the feedneck is bad, it does what a feedneck is meant to do and will work for most players. If you like a clamping feedneck I would say that it is more of a personal preference rather then a necessity.
[Continued Azodin KAOS Review]:
Well two weeks later I finally got the chance to gas up my tank and put some paint through the KAOS. In my grandparent's backyard I was hitting a variety of trees ranging from 10 yards to around 25 yards with ease, but there was some curve to my shots. Then when i aimed farther down range I noticed a bigger curve to my shots. After putting about half a case through the marker I was glad to find there was no paint in my barrel from chopping a ball. I was using an electronic hopper so that is better.
Two days after my target practice I got a chance to play some real speedball at a summer camp down the road from my grandparent's. The paint being used was decent quality and matched the bore size pretty well. After loading up I shot a few over the crono and was pleased with a good consistency in my shots. There were a few drops and highs but mainly I was getting readings within 10 psi of each other [for a marker that has no reg that is pretty impressive]. Well now there was nothing left but to play. I am not going to give a detailed play by play of what happened in each match but compared to the rental 98' customs I was painting my enemies pretty well. I even had one of the refs ask to take a few shots and he seemed pleased so I guess thats good right? =D
There is one situation that I do want to talk about, and it was me and a rental player vs. three guys [one rental and two Ions]. The place I was at only allows you to move halfway upfield so most of are gunfights were at a semi-moderate range. The ion players seemed to know what they were doing because I was pinned down pretty well. If it wasnt for my teammate causing a distraction I wouldnt be writing about this, but he did and one of the players aimed at him. I was able to poke up and get a nice torso shot on one of the ion players. I guess that my team mate took out the other rental guy before being taken out himself because the people watching were chanting "One on one" One on one!" . So there was a little more pressure now. I poked up out of my bunker and shot at back left bunker where I knew my enemy was located. It was then that I noticed the curve in my shot that I saw before. It was so bad that I had to adjust my aim with the curve instead of shooting straight at him. So rather then sit tight I was forced to move up the field. I guess he didnt see me because when I poked up it suprised him. Even though he was shooting near me with the speed of a electronic marker I was able to make my few shots count and hit him twice in the mask. So in the end I took out two players with markers that cost twice as much as mine. =D
6 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 19th, 2011 at 5:30 am PST