Buypbl from Montreal Canada had one of 3 (according to them) production models at a recent big game (Tippman's DDay at commando this past June 14). It was there for promotion of the product and it was really cool to hold. Sorry no pics.
What I remember thinking about it:
Feels like the first tight mag fed set up I've held. Like a smg rather than a giant cannon - sorry milsig lovers.
12 round mags were as long as zetas
Mag carrier on stock worked decent
In stock remote line adapter looked really easy to switch to.
12 gram changer was really cool. Really fast and easy.
One of the reps played with it for a bit...shot just like a tipx. Worked without issue.
They said it would be released end of summer fall (oct maybe --all speculation from the rep).
I think i the stock was removed you'd have a pretty beefy but manageable pistol.
Not my thing but it was cool. Hope that helps anyone who's curious about a hands on first impression.
Originally Posted by Crimson Death
I'm waiting for Walz. If you're going to do something do it right.
Originally Posted by Cunha
Just fyi everyone the answer is stock class for all questions related to paintball and to solve all paintball related problems except carbon emissions because we gotta use those 12 grams.
Double FYI for paintball rules there should be no "offer" of surrender, its either mandatory surrender at X distance when guy is behind you or no surrender and you get shot in the booty. "offer" of surrender makes for some ridiculous and dangerous john woo tactics.