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Number of Reviews: 11
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $299

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The first Tournament Level pump marker, the AM-P Illusion offers durability, precision, light weight, and great looks previously absent from the pump marker class. Stock Class and “pump curious” players will all love the low weight and smooth cocking stroke. The fantastic “Tattoo” style body milling also introduces a never-before-seen attention to detail neglected by manufacturers previously.
This Tournament Pump marker has been pitted in tournament play against high-end Electro-Pneumatic markers and held its own. Dual balancing pumping rods prevent jamming and maintain a silky-smooth stroke while cocking the AM-P Illusion. The light return spring in the pump handle ensures the bolt stays closed while firing without interfering with re-cocking. The Ergo-Pump Grip makes holding the marker comfortable while offering several options to the player for pump style.
Easily change this marker from standard to Stock Class or Super Stock configurations quickly with the Action Markers feed adapter and a 12g cartridge adapter.

Tech Specs:
• Height: 10”
• Length w/o Barrel: 15”
• Standard Barrel Length: 12”
• Barrel Bore: .691 +/- .002
• Weight: 2.9 lbs
• Action: Pump
• Caliber: .68 Paintballs
• Power Sources: CO2, HPA
• Effective Range: 150 + ft.
• Marker Operation: Closed Bolt
• Upper Bolt Air Flow : Direct Fire
• Lowest Firing Pressure: 300 psi
• Optimum Firing Pressure: 500-600psi
• Balls Per Second: 20 + B.P.S.
• Average Velocity consistency: +/- 5 f.p.s.
Product Availability 
The Action Markers AM-P Illusion is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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manbot Saturday, August 31st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
4 years
Products Used:
action markers sentinel Ts
sniper II
autococker orracle
Marker Setup: Action markers Sentinel Ts with nitro, halo B, and custom anno
Strengths: first off this gun is not repeat is not a sniper II any1 who has ACTUALY played with the AM-P will know this. So what the gun looks like a sniper thats kudos to Bud Orr and his team. the gun has totally different internals than a sniper and is accurate out of the box, the AM-P has an extremely smooth pumping action. The double trigger is there for people who grew up on double trigger piranhas or spyders. It feels more comfortable to some. AND BESIDES GET THE SINGLE TRIGGER IF YOU DONT LIKE DOUBLE TRIGGERS. OBVIOUSLY THE GUY BELOW ME HAS NEVER SHOT ONE AND DIDNT EVEN RESEARCH THAT YOU GET YOUR CHOICE OF TRIGGERS WHEN YOU ORDER. They havent even released the anno'd version of the AM-P yet so he doesnt know what hes talking about. All in all a very well produced and made marker.
Weaknesses: autotrigger but im sure AM will release something to deal with that prob. slighty large bore barrel but it works well.
Conclusion: A very nice gun with smooth action and reliable internals. EASY TO FIX which is always a plus. no auto but hey theyll release somethin....i hope
10 out of 10
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