Seriously, from all I have heard and seen - it is a very nice***er,
if they're your thing. Apart from adding a colored Revolution and
cosmetic upgrades, it is pretty well set. The Jackhammer is a good
reg, and the ANS 4-way valve is also supposed to be good. The only
other gun that has as good a reputation (not counting Westwoods, and
high end Evolutions and other $1500 dollar guns) is the Palmerized
Check out Ravi's page for reviews of the P&P - a good and not always
expensive custom***er, and other high end specialty***ers. I am
surprised he hasn't reviewed a Gen-X.
Also, the new Gem series colors of the Revolution and VL bow go great
with the ANS colored parts....
Richard "Saving his Pennies for a Blazer" J.
The Gen-X is claimed to be an LP***er, but falls short. I like the
Jack Hammer, but dont personally care for the rest of thier front
parts on a***er, they just don't hold up at times. I have seen way
to many posts about leaks with thier rams and 4-ways. The Barrel on it
is a large bore barrel, so unless you use First Choice, BE, or maybe
Neslon, you will not like its performance. The trigger on it is very
good, but not easy for the ameture***er tech to keep in time. With
thier design there is no room for error at all in timing it, and any
slip, or wear results in going out of time. Now thats not bad, but
just something you should know, as it could be a problem for some
Basicaly if you want a gun thats flashy, and doesnt cost much and is
pretty decent then its not a bad choice. I just have to suggest you
take a look at other options. I still feel the Deluxe with Mammoth is
better in all catagories but the trigger, and then its not worse, just
a bit easier to deal with as the average Joe***er owner, and still
damn short and light!
For what its worth BullsEye did a review on the Gen-X!
>What's wrong with the trigger on the ANS?
>>i probally would
>>have one if it wasn't for the shitty trigger on it.