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|02-17-2013, 03:35 PM||#31 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Charlotte, NC
I think it would be inaccurate to say the Kaos-D is just a Kaos with a different valve. Yes, it is putting a spring on the other side of the valve to reduce operating pressure, recoil, and sound. The Kaos-D operates at between 250 and 300 psi with their Zero system. It's basically the same thing they were using for the Spyder VS series markers, but now its easily adjustable.
But, you're also getting some other features in addition to the valve that a Kaos doesn't have:
- a longer barrel (14"), not really something you're capturing in your posts but its there
- an on/off ASA
- an inline Regulator! That's an important thing to mention about a mechanical marker. The only other one on the market that seems to come with a stock regulator is the GOG eNMEy
- macroline (you kind of allude to this but don't mention it explicitly)
If you put in an on/off ASA, regulator, and Zero system in a stock Azodin Kaos, it would cost you about $110 plus the $90 for the Kaos. Or you could just buy the Kaos-D.
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Setup: Azodin Kaos-D with hush bolt, Lurker Eigenbarrel, 68/45 tank, Proto Primo hopper.
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