>Obvious to most is the money difference about 100.00 diffence.
>One little known problem with the mini-cocker is the loss of critical air space
> in the shortened air chamber. If you ever try to go low pressure, which lots
> of***er people are know doing, you will need the extra air chamber volume.
> On my mini I somewhat solved this problem with a mitey max air chamber
> extension, but I will not be able to go as low as if I had kept the 1in length
> of the reg.***er.
>Hope I helped Jarrod
Actually, from now until Dec. 31st, you can get standard Auto- and
Minicockers for the same price, at least from Coast to Coast Paintball.
They are selling them for $349.95 a piece, either one. Not a bad deal in
my book. Check out their web site at http://SportToday.org/, or
drop Josh (the owner) a line.
Neal "Ringo" Starr Palmer's Owners Group Typhoon
IRC: Ketzer POG #002 Autococker
TIP #2285 http://SportToday.org/; Sniper II