Recomended upgrades: It is one of those markers that come great stock. Nothing really NEEDS up'in.
Strengths: Its an autococker!
Quick for a mech
Easy, light trigger pull
Weakness's: Mechanicly Advanced
Different approach to the trigger pull ( nothing drastic, you just need a little practice to prevent short stroking)
Test Setup: 12 oz c02 tank, 12v revvy and MAH TRIGGAH FINGA
Review: First thing that strikes you about this marker is its size. its very compact, manuverable, and light. It has a 9 inch barrel, making it about 17.5 inches long from the end of the beavertail to the front of the barrel. Its accuracy is great stock. Other guns can be made to be as accurate as this, but would require a good barrel. Its trigger pull is very nice, it kinda bounces back into place after you pull it. But if you pull this trigger before is back into place youll chop a ball.(dont worry, it is back in place very quick and you can get high retes of fire, just takes a lil getting used to). it can be hard to fix if one of the more advanced parts break.(they only break when someone messes with it or from lots and lots and lots and lots of use. take it to an airsmith and it will be as good as new) Nothing can be drasticly improved on this thing, making uping virtually useless.
All in all i give this marker a 9.5 out of ten, and im looking for things wrong with this marker, and theres not mutch. Id recomend this over the trilogy series any day of the week.
This post has been edited by Sparda: 04 September 2005 - 06:54 PM