i dont need a gun i throw paintballs (that means i am inbetween gun)
Great milling great price good looks
This is a very basic asa accept for the price. it is only 32 while competitors charge around 40-50 it is great, cheap, and reliable, it has no scratches after many days (once a weekend for one year) of hard play while my reg had a few this is flawless. great design. chalk one up to the genius of aim paintball. it isn't a very special one accept for the quality/ price ratio and it isn't below average or above btu i am giving it a 10 because it does what a 15 deg. ASA is supposed to do and it does it well and for a long time
I would buy it. it is cheap and a great quality and great
Stock ASA - Solid, of course, looks good, but not angled.
2k3 Darkside Blackout Autococker
-Timing rod slot
-Difficult to reach screw
I bought this ASA a few months ago. At first glance, it looked pretty well machined with a decent anno. The timing rod slot is effective, but does make it look somewhat ugly. Trying to install it was difficult, because the angle made it awkward to screw in the retaining nut. This was definitely not a huge problem, though. So far, nothing's gone wrong with it. It's stuck well onto my body, and I can't complain about the price.
If you're looking for an angled ASA, I'd reccomend looking at this. Good value, well built. -1 for difficulty and ugly slot, but otherwise, it's just fine.
AIM Eagle Body
MacDev Matchstick Barrel Kit
Bob Long Torpedo
AIM Battle Axe
Does what its supposed to
This is a very solid asa. Nice annodizing and a clean mill job make this a good product. It has everything you need to put it on your gun. The slot instead of the hole does not bother me at all, in fact i think it looks alot nicer than a hole but thats just me. A very solid upgrade (if you can call it that).
If you want a 15* on your cocker than this is a good product to buy.
Nice Anno Job, easy to install. Great color choices
None really, not with the asa
It's a nice ASA, can't beat the 45 angle. Check out E-bay, they run for around 12-15 bucks. Only complaint would be the AIM Customer Service, it's as close to horrible as you can get. It took them 3 weeks to respond to an e-mail, that's a little lengthy....
For a cheap asa, check this one out, it has a great anno job and pretty simple to put on.
aim18+ black cocker body
aim trigger frame
aim 15 degrees asa, front/back block
bolts and o-ring from aim
wgp valve set from yck Distributing in ebay
dye clear Grips
system x regulator
System X Carbon Fiber Nitro Tank
STO 03 Ram
KAPP Ball Detent
Adrenalin Barrel .689
great ano, easy to install,
none, i dun think so
This front block would not only fit AIM's bodies, but all 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003.... autococker stock bodies. it has an excellent, flawless anodizing and milling.
perfect matched milling / color to my aim18+ body. (they even have the matching color penumatic kit for black, red, blue and nickel . i bought this front block along with body, rear block, asa... I would highly recommend this body kit to others.
It's great products!! check out my review on the aim18+ body.
Completely 2k+ compatible, good finish, comes with the annoying 1/4" inverted torx wrench screw. Sadly, I don't like the slot for the timing rod, I'd prefer a hole instead, but it does allow for easy removal of the gripframe and front block. It would also be nice if it came with setscrews to guide the timing rod. Plain looks.
Customer service is terrible. They don't speak English. If you can get it without dealing with them then go for it.
Other than that, it's a good ASA that can be made matching anno'ed to any AIM body kit you buy.
A cheap 15 Degree ASA, if you can deal with the customer service. I give the product a 5 (average) and the service a 2 (nearly the worst).
5 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2004 at 9:21 am PST