Originally Posted by Jeff9843
Serious serious problems with gun. Seller will not aid in repairing gun. Very dissatisfied with transaction. I do not reccomend doing business with. Over 150$ of repairs already put in gun, and another 50-100 expected. The solenoid was blown as well as the gauge, the eyes were broken, the internal tubing was shot, a barb was broken, inside there was soder all over covered with electrical tape (to mask it), the trigger was filed down to the end of its life, external scratches covered in nail polish, the bolt was not in the best of condition. For a 700$ gun, i was expecting a bit better quality and no broken parts.
Long story short, what thins person is saying is a load of crap. All of these problems seemed to arise a MONTH
after I sold the gun to him.
Not to mention they are classic symptoms of overpressurizing a gun, which is very easy to do with a balanced vale, which this gun had. Also, he told me multiple times before that he love the gun and that his friends loved the gun. He tried to file a paypal disput against me. But guess what? Paypal closed it because it was a load of crap.
Screenshots for proof:
Actual sale of gun:
Gun in question:
Now if you look at the rest of my feedback, you will see that I am hardly a bad seller/trader/buyer. I have excellent feedback from some of the biggest traders and sellers here on the nation, some of them I have delt with multiple times. Some of the more noteable are Andrew who owns pbwarehouse.net, Halex who owns jokerspb.com, and 96lsinteg, who is just a huge trader/seller here with 90 something feedback. So in other words, I would not sink to this level. Now this person we are talking about here, Jeff, is a 14 or 15 year old (he made me talk to his father over the phone prior to the sale) with about 4 or so feedback. Now who would you trust? An inexperienced minor who broke his gun and is trying to blame the seller, or somebody who has done this MANY
times with nothing but excellent responses?