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Old 08-23-2008, 03:41 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I highly suggest that you don't buy a Maverick from gunitpaintball. If you want a Maverick/Trracer, get the original ones. The ones from gunitpaintball don't function as well and I believe they're made in china.
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I was under the impression that Mavericks/Traccers etc were fairly docile and quite.

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I highly suggest that you don't buy a Maverick from gunitpaintball. If you want a Maverick/Trracer, get the original ones. The ones from gunitpaintball don't function as well and I believe they're made in china.
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i haven't heard about any issues with the Gunitpaintball versions. My brother's has worked just fine and I know several people on SpecOps that bought them. But it is something to watch out for. You can find some good deals on Ebay too.
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I highly suggest that you don't buy a Maverick from gunitpaintball. If you want a Maverick/Trracer, get the original ones. The ones from gunitpaintball don't function as well and I believe they're made in china.
The website doesnt say if their marker has the adjustable bolt either.
Mavericks/Trracers are almost useless without the adjustable bolt.
Its a real pain to adjust velocity without it.
The adjustable bolts are fairly hard to find now.

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It has some nice features in anti-double-cocking and anti-double feed devices. It's light-weight and inexpensive (on e-bay --- out of production).
Can someone explain how the anti chop works, it sounds kind of interesting.
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Can someone explain how the anti chop works, it sounds kind of interesting.
There's no anti-chop. Just a thing to prevent you from pumping it twice.
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