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Member Since 23 Oct 2011
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In Topic: Head turning markers

13 August 2013 - 09:12 AM

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Good job OP for hosting before you posting.


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In Topic: Vintage, wines, cheeses, and markers......mostly markers.

13 August 2013 - 09:09 AM


 
1.) Do you own or use any old school markers?
Eclipse Nexus Cocker (graphite)
AKA DC Viking (03 eye covers, 04 noid)
Eclipse Autococker (undrilled mech/ angry frame)
Pre 2k belsales evolution cocker
Custom 95 right feed (purple acid wash)
Palmers Swiss cheese autococker
Eclipse splash mag
Eclipse splash angel led
Custom sydarm style mag
A few others

2.)What is your current set  up?
Halo v35 or pulse loaders, ninja 68/45, various on/ offs that I switch around, 12 grams. Etc

3.) Do you prefer old vs new?
Old. They were quality over quantity. Now you can buy autocockers that retailed for nearly 3,000$ for a few hundred. They also have character, soul, and are incredibly easy to maintain.

4.) If you could have any older marker what would it be and why?
Electronic: karnivor, nexus sig series, or angel LCD/ ir3.
Mech: eclipse factory or belsales Evo with slider

5.) If you could have any newer marker what would it be and why?
J4 torque. It's the first step in a different direction we've seen in a long time.
Or an axe. I know people will hate but for the price it's a hell of a gun. G6r would be a good choice in between.

I think I love you....

If you want people's head to turn buy a nexus, DC, or dc2. Half the time people have no idea what it is. However, quite a few would recognize the Karni. Make sure if you buy a nexus it's already been used otherwise you'll get pissed when you scratch it.

If you are willing to sacrifice modern ergonomics I think a cocker is the way to go.
I like my mags but they spend a lot of time on the shelf.

In Topic: Vintage, wines, cheeses, and markers......mostly markers.

13 August 2013 - 08:29 AM


 
1.) Do you own or use any old school markers?
Eclipse Nexus Cocker (graphite)
AKA DC Viking (03 eye covers, 04 noid)
Eclipse Autococker (undrilled mech/ angry frame)
Pre 2k belsales evolution cocker
Custom 95 right feed (purple acid wash)
Palmers Swiss cheese autococker
Eclipse splash mag
Eclipse splash angel led
Custom sydarm style mag
A few others

2.)What is your current set  up?
Halo v35 or pulse loaders, ninja 68/45, various on/ offs that I switch around, 12 grams. Etc

3.) Do you prefer old vs new?
Old. They were quality over quantity. Now you can buy autocockers that retailed for nearly 3,000$ for a few hundred. They also have character, soul, and are incredibly easy to maintain.

4.) If you could have any older marker what would it be and why?
Electronic: karnivor, nexus sig series, or angel LCD/ ir3.
Mech: eclipse factory or belsales Evo with slider

5.) If you could have any newer marker what would it be and why?
J4 torque. It's the first step in a different direction we've seen in a long time.
Or an axe. I know people will hate but for the price it's a hell of a gun. G6r would be a good choice in between.


In Topic: Paintball in the future?

10 August 2013 - 05:26 PM

An autococker than can be switched from mech to pump to electro on the fly


That's easy. You just need a big parts box lol.
It would be smoothest to go mech, electro then pump lol.

In Topic: Official Cocker Owners Club - Numero Deuce (V2)

09 August 2013 - 12:03 AM

It's all stock.

Ill have a different trigger on it anyway. Dlc makes some wave shaped ones that are nice.
Ill keep the other parts but I do like playing with a good trigger and clamping feed haha.

I think it's the lighting of the sellers pic.