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i just upgraded from a shocker sport.
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AGD RT ULE custom with warpfeed, 68/4500 crossfire tank, with a XSV Vlocity Select Force Loader. :tup

input anyone?
 

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not sure what gun that is, though it sounds like a cocker. but it is definitely a step up from that shocker.
 

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you serious? they are the first shockers out there(kinda like a rainmaker) they are closed bolt n all that ****. look on pbreview.
 

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Shocker Sport (1995-2002)

The first generation Shocker was the one of the first mass-produced electropneumatic paintball markers on the market, effectively making it the "grandfather" of most markers used in tournament paintball today. Its closed bolt, hammerless design operated using two solenoids, rather than a hammer and spring, to open and close the valve and cycle the bolt independently. Due to its large boxlike shape and significant weight, it was often referred to by the nicknames "shoebox" or "brick." The first generation Shocker was manufacturered by a company called pneuVentures and sold through Smart Parts. This marker was discontinued in 1997, when Smart Parts redesigned it and began producing it themselves. This marker became known as the Shocker Sport (pictured) and was used up until 2002. The Shocker Sport was a popular choice in paintball markers at the time, however to todays standards wasn't up to par. It was large, had a limited firing speed (12-13 bps maximum), and was inefficient in terms of tank usage. However, the large weight of these markers gave them the unyielding reputation of being extremely accurate from shot to shot, due to low recoil.
 

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well I assumed it was from the mag Vs. cocker days, and chose one of them.
 
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