Tacamo Player's Perspective
4 Price: Tacamo guns are around the high end of the middle of scenario marker kits. They're fully featured, sturdy, and some of the best simulation markers on the market, and if the look of a Tacamo is what you want, then they're worth the price. But compared to other markers of the type, they're more expensive than all but the luxury end.
9 MilSim: Tacamo markers are built out of wood and metal, and to as closely as possible resemble real-world guns. However, they require the use of external gas and a hopper, which does harm the effect somewhat.
10 Durability: Tacamo markers are constructed from real wood and metal, making them both authentic and strong.
4 Accessories: Tacamo markers come with a variety of upgrades, including stocks and bipods. However, they do not offer the ability, with built-in Picatinny rails, to further customize the marker.
0 First Strike: First Strike rounds allow for greater range and accuracy, which can aid in the realism of MilSim sniping. Tacamo does not offer a mag fed option, and is therefore incapable of using these special paintballs.