For the most part, Azodin guns are just as capable of slinging paint as nearly any other gun is capable. The biggest difference is percieved feel/touch of the shots. Blowback guns tend to have a bit more of a 'kick' to them because of the amount of reciprocating mass, that being said, Azodin has worked to innovate the stacked tube blowback market, making guns that many of us here in the Azodin forums could be competitors outside the entry level market. Take a look at the ZERO system. Takes operating pressures to new lows on STBB's as well as improving sound signature, shot quality, and efficiency.
Quality of build is just as good as many of the top names in markers. They are about as reliable as a Tippmann, but look nearly as good as an Ego. Simple maintenance will ensure the gun lasts a long time. Furthermore, you get nearly unparalleled customer support that is fast, courteous, and always willing to work with you on any issues that might have developed.
As far as pump guns go, I just got my KP1, and haven't had a chance to play with it. From what everyone in this forum and around PbN has said, it sounds like the KP1/2 are solid entry level pumps with room for growth/upgrades. Pump guns are great, they definitely teach you a different approach to playing the game.
As far as the KP3 is concerned, so far it has been received as one of the best products to grace PBE this year. To say that people are excited for it, would be an understatement. A person buying this marker is getting nearly every piece of upgraded kit you could want for this marker, in an out of the box package. A fine piece of kit for any pump enthusiast to own. I have my name on a Pre-run list and a Pre-Order list waiting to get my hands on it.
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