View Full Version : reviews on the Hammer?
09-29-2006, 03:38 PM
Can anyone give me a review on the Hammer, like how accurate is it out of the box, how reliable is it, stuff like that. I'm lookin to buy a cheap pump to mess around with.
09-29-2006, 04:13 PM
Hammers are pretty good out of the box. i have 2 of them. they are you basic Nelson based pump. if you can find a rare lightened hammer, that is all i would suggest.
i am currently experiencing trouble on my site and hope to get it resolved tonight/tomorrow. i have a few pages on the Hammer like upkeep, upgrades, etc...
09-30-2006, 04:58 AM
A word on reliability... I was given a box of Kingman Hammers once a few years back by a coworker whose sons used to play. Most of them had been used hard and put away without cleaning or oil, and stored in a box in the garage for more than 10 years. After a few minutes of clean-up and a few drops of oil, they were up and running like brand new (minus the one they had taken apart)
And like any paintgun, accuracy depends on the paint/barrel match. If you get one with a brass barrel, polish it out with some brasso. Then get some well-matched paint and you're golden.
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