Storm 2000 & Monsoon Force 4

Released: 2000-2001
Ebay Value:

Reservoir: 35 oz
PC: 8 oz
Tap Shots/Tank: 172

Range: 34 ft
Output: 1 oz/sec F
ull Shot Time: 5secs

Gun: TBM
Nozzle Size: 1.4mm

Weight Loaded:TBM
Weight Full: TBM
Weight Empty: TBM

Pump Stroke: TBM
Pump Volume: 2 oz
Pumps to 100%: 4

wwf undertaker ratings

Range
47%
Soakage
17%
Field Life
75%
Rate Of Fire
60%
Durability
50%
Maneuverability
100%

Review

The Storm 2000 is the 2001 rerelease of the Storm Tsunami Force 4, the smallest Storm gun to feature a pressure chamber. The only real difference between the two is that the 2000 has an orange body and the Monsoon Force 4. Storm pressure chambers are unique in that they have their own fill caps. This makes it just a little easier to overload your gun before heading into battle.

Since the 2000 is simply a rerelease of the first generation Monsoon Force 4 it lacks the trademark durability of later (2001-2003) Storm releases. I’ve used both the 2000 and MS4 and both broke, but I have to throw in the caveat that their owners subjected them to tremendous abuse. These guns should still last you a long time if you take proper care.

Performance wise, the 2000 and MS4 are decent choices for small scale fights. Your water supply should last you a long, despite the fact that you’ll be able to charge up with just 4 pumps. I find the output slightly underwhelming for its size, but the high field life and rate of fire help make up for this somewhat.

Like all first generation Storm guns, the 2000 and MS4 feature a top mounted pressure release valve and a photon beam. The photon beam is just an LED that lights up your shots in the dark. It also has a trigger activated flashlight bulb below the nozzle. While completely nontactical these features can be fun to play around with during less serious night battles.

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