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warthog11287 Friday, August 20th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
32 Degrees Rebel 02 Bottomline [Comprable, but less reliable and slower rate of fire]
Tippmann 98 Custom [More easily taken appart, louder, slower rate of fire, solidly built, great reliability]
Tippmann A5 [More expensive, louder, more mechanical parts, very solidly built]
Kingman Spyder Victor II [Meh, it is a paintball gun... That's about it]
Marker Setup: 32 Degrees Rebel 02 Bottomline [Black]
32 Degrees Expansion Chamber Bob Long Style [Black]
Catalina Cylinders 20 oz. CO2 tank [Black]
Viewloader V200 Hopper [Flat Black]
J&J Performance 14" Ceramic/Teflon Barrel [Flat Black]
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel [Mine is terrific]
Expansion Chamber
20oz CO2 tank [If you can afford Nitro, go buy a better gun]
Strengths: *Reliability
*Quiet
*Inexpensive
*Thumb velocity adjuster
*Compatibility with Kingman Spyders
Weaknesses: *Not as sturdy as a Tippmann
Review: I have used this gun twice. It belongs to one of the members of my team and I used it when my gun was having airflow problems and he was unable to attend games. I was impressed by the performance of the marker. It was still able to fire after I bounced it off of a rock and had it fall into a stream [Note: If this happens, don't assume it will be ok. Dry it up immediately.].
Conclusion: I would highly suggest this to a budget paintballer. It is still $45 dollars less than a Tippmann, you get something different and you won't have airflow problems like with the non-electronic version.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, August 31st, 2004 at 12:46 pm PST
 

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