Aircraft quality aluminum body with integrated raised site rail
Ten inch micro-polished barrel with muzzle break
Ultra-light trigger pull
Advanced stainless steel seated “Spiffy Valve”. Maximizes air-flow and efficiency using Sub-Zero anti-freeze technology
Adjustable velocity from below 160fps to over 300fps with no spring change
The ACI Griffin XP is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Barrel is crap
Regulator is ok but could be better
this is an all around great gun. i can get ten bps on my mech. trigger. When i got this gun it felt a little heavy, but i got used to it. I was blowing away a dye from back field
(a f**king dye, amazing) this gun kicks butt. the best mech. purchase ive ever mad
This gun blew up while i was playing. I got a new 1 and it did the same thing while i was gassing it up. DO NOT BUY IT
My third one worked perfectly and is still working to this day....5 mos. later!!!!!!
Not 1 single problem at all.
BUY THIS NOW
dont Buy this gun.
Buy it if your a risk taker. for the first one problem i will give it a 5.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, October 7th, 2006 at 4:50 pm PST
it shoots kinda fast and handles ball breaks well, small n light
breaks alot better be a friggin airsmith to own this
These, are light small and look tight, sadly theres not much better, it shoots kinda fast but is so high pressure it breaks alot of paint, however turn it upside down and shoot and all the soup is out of your barrel. It has bad range poor accuracy and they r leak -a -holiks. I must say it can be an ok practice gun because you get beter playing with such a crappy gun. I must say if u wann aget good use oneof these cause everybody on the field will have an advantage on you. One plus is it shoots pretty crooked so ifu shoot enough paint you can get some lucky curve eliminations.
Don't even bother, go buy a pump! More like an E-force or something, anything but this, I only gavethis a 5 because I have had some great fun with this gun.
Lightweight, doesnt break balls very often, kinda quiet
Time to time leaks a little air. few upgrades for this gun, stock barrel sucks.
Overall I feel that its a good gun for someone who is just starting out. I would tell anyone who wants a gun thats ok, and doesnt require 24 hour cleaning to get this gun. Its a very good gun for the price I got it at. Even though I sold it, there is still good. Like every gun, it has pros and cons.
Nice gun for first timers. But its lack of upgrades holds it back.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2003 at 6:35 pm PST
CP 12" Barrel
Crossfire 68/3000 HPA Tank
Air America Vigalante Regulator
CP Spyder Flame Dropforward
A new gun would probably be the best thing.
Umm... It's not too hard to throw in the trash, that's about it. You can scare the hell out of some friends with it also if they think it's a gun.
Everything, when I was shooting it, the trigger frame popped off and the gun went full auto, the ref thought I had a full auto gun and kicked me out. It pissed me off.
This gun blows, or sucks... I would highly recommend NOT getting this gun. It deserves to live in the trash where it belongs... I'm just giving it a 2 because it actually shot 2 paintballs before it broke.
Mstly everything. Its quiet, doesnt break balls, good distance, great speed, light, and looks cool.
It leaks a tiny bit of air. Probably 1 or 2 oz. a day. The stock barrel needs to be replaced after you go a few times, because its not extreamly accurate. Thats all I can think of.
This is a great gun. If your looking for a good gun in a fair price range then this is it. After a few times going you might want to look for a new barrel though. The stock barrel is very short and doesnt look very good.