It is 110% worth it, and completely reversable. You can put it on any air powered gun effectivly.
Ninja- At Armageddon this year I had my first prototype of the assembly on my SM1500, it was NOT air efficient seeing as I used 3/4" PVC where I now use sch80 1/2" as the dart holding chamber, and all attendies can vouch for a solid 80 feet. I am now using a MUCH better design, plus the at2k's valve is slightely better than its cousin the 1500. You get that the ball valve is closed, the valve of the gun in closed, one dart makes a seal with the brass, and the rest of the space is filled with darts right? there is VERY little dead air just hanging around in the assembly. Also the speed at which the at2k's valve blows its load is so fast it hasnt really been an issue of losing air. once you use a shot sure you gain a little more dead air for each 5 shots, but there is VERY VERY miniscule range loss we are talking a discrepency of half a foot from the first shot to the last if the darts were identical. Also once you empty the second clip and close the ball valve, you once again get rid of the dead air. Its fine if you are hesitant to trust the numbers and keep in mind I do have a varience of 5 feet either way depending, but after the next war I attend we can have some rock solid backup to the range if you need
-oh, and I would call the 90 degree loading system 95% failsafe. Every once in a while a really skinny dart will just fall out the barrel, or one dart will decided to get attached to the back of another dart because it was poorly made and u get a double shot, but besides those seldom occurances it works pretty much all the time. Sometimes when u put the darts down the loader if they arent straight they will stop, but a little love-shake to the barrel frees them up without fail
Edited by ShortShit, 20 July 2004 - 02:54 PM.