Originally Posted by l)eathwish_MN
I too would like to know any possible date for this. These Critical Quests look great and I wish I'd snagged one earlier. You like it eh Old B4ll3r?
I will say that I am very impressed. Especially the marker performance to cost ratio. You get allot of marker for the money. It really seems to be a simple platform as well (to me anyway).
But I put Critical triggers on just about any marker I have that they make one for. I am drawn to the feel of the repelling magnets! The funny part is that the more I shoot my new quest, the smoother, better feeling it gets....
If I wasn't lazy, I'd "fit" my orings and bypass the break-in period, but man it's smooth right out of the box.
This is also my first experience with the Critical Barrel..... and again, I am impressed. It's super light and with the double row porting, it's super quiet. I was nailing ball on ball 2" posts at the field the second week of use.
The quest has a good ergonomic hold (for me anyway) so that when I post up the marker the line of sight is right where it needs to be for me to shoot where I am looking. I can put the line of sight down my nose easy. (Rear of the quest centered on my vision looking past/beyond the marker at the target)
And again, as a Marker Whore (sux - Im so broke) Shooting the Quest just "feels" right. And that's what were all after anyway right? We want a marker that is easy to maintain, feels good in the hand, and when you shoot it, it just says..... "this is good". Any guitarist knows this as well.... "we are all after that certain sound, and can spend a lifetime searching for it." Well with the feel of the Quest - my search is over for a while. I love the shot of it, and My Luxe as well, followed by a very close DM9.
So yeah I recommend Quest and I really wish the makers (FEP) would have been able to stay up and running.
*********** = all is my opinion, you preferences may not be mine, so I'm just telling you my thoughts on it.
Im not affiliated with Critical or the Quest.
My Current Markers:
(Exclusively Using Monkey Poo Lube
/ Gun Sav Lube
MacDev Clone GT
Black/Green = Ninja Air 550psi 70/4500 = Seed Rotor
Black/Green (Pooty51 Polished NDZ Can/BubbleGum Flat Face Bolt) = Ninja Air 550psi 70/4500 = Seed Rotor
Black/Green = Ninja 550psi Reg'd Crossfire 70/4500 = Seed Rotor
DigiCam Midnight (Virtue OLED) = Ninja Air 68/4500 = Seed Rotor
Midnight = Ninja Air 68/4500 = Seed Rotor
Champagne (Pooty51 Polished Bolt / Virtue OLED) = Ninja Reg'd CrossFire 70/4500 = Seed Rotor
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