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PiranhaGuy Wednesday, August 18th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Tippmann A-5, Custom 98
Marker Setup: 68 Carbine w\ wooden grip,14" All American barrel, power feed, everything is old style
14" barrel seems to be the ideal length
Strengths: -Reliability \ very old gun has not broken down
Weaknesses: -Some velocity spikes when in rapid fire
Review: The 68 Carbine is an older version than the Pro Lite and Pro/Carbine. Like the names says it is a mix of the 68 Carbine and the Pro lite. I bought mine for $70 from a friend who has owned it for years and years. Its age doesn't bother me because I have not had it break down. The gun is so accurate that the sights on the gun will help you get 1 shot kills. This gun can shoot very fast and far but you should chrono it down or you will take chunks of skin off your opponents. The trigger pull is not light but its like a real rifle. The gun also looks like a real gun and not futuristic like. I'm not much of a writer and I really don't know what to say to convey my message to you about how truly awesome this marker really is. It's reliable, accurate, and has long range. It doesn't fire fast but I don't like using a lot of paint to get sloppy eliminations.
Conclusion: I have used many different markers and this one is even more reliable than the other Tippmanns which are noted for their reliability. It's old and stood the test of time. I wouldn't add anything else to it except for a barrel. "If it ain't broke don't fix it".
10 out of 10

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