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30 April 2013 - 12:05 PMHaving shot/had to maintain them all, I would recommend a different choice, The Drone DX. $429, Nice soft case, Two piece barrel, Four pieces to the bolt (Two that actually matter), All aluminium construction outside of the composite eye covers. It also has equatable efficiency to the Axe should that matter.
30 April 2013 - 11:38 AMA worthwhile look would also be the Drone DX, Two piece barrel, Nice soft case, Stupid simple maintenance (Only 4 pieces to the bolt, with very few o-rings) And all aluminum while only running you $429. (Minus the composite eye covers, But that's it)
07 March 2013 - 01:04 PMA better comparison over the Axe vs Etha would be the very much underrated, Drone DX. Price point is $429, Case, Two piece barrel, Serviceable regulator, Drop dead simple maintenance, Doesn't have the tool less bolt removal though, Kind of loud with the stock matchstick as well. None the less, It's a worthwhile consideration.
27 February 2013 - 05:05 PM
Not really a new Zick version, but more like a differently milled version of it so it doesn't molest the cam lever. And again, do. Not. Put. It. Backwards. (The cam lever that is.)
Did you see the back end of the ram?
According to a post of Jack Wood, its a Zick3...
No. I had to go over every part for five hours. In the good way that is.
27 February 2013 - 04:52 PMLooking at the pic of the internals with that ginormous firing chamber in front of the poppit, i can only imagine the potential of this Ego to be quieter and/or run at a lower OP pressure.
Oh that "cam drive" between the ram and poppit... smooth can be had.
And not to mention the ram, a new Zick version?
But yes, that air transfer tube looks weird, nothing like a fitting, a piece of macroline and a POPS ASA cant fix.
Not really a new Zick version, but more like a differently milled version of it so it doesn't molest the cam lever, that and for turbulence. And again, do. Not. Put. It. Backwards. (The cam lever that is.)
As for the air pipe, it's infinitely easier to maintain over macro line, Infinitely so at that. And again, it doesn't get in the way in the slightest, no matter what incredibly strange ways I tried while holding it.
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