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jstevens2005 Tuesday, September 7th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmen A-5, Carbine.
Marker Setup: - Game Face "Thunder" Impulse
w/ Custom milled body, Delrin bolt, blade trigger, sticky grips, Teardrop barrel, Max Flo vert reg, tapeworm, Macroline
Recommended
Upgrades:
Not alot needs to be done. It's come with everything you see in my marker setup.
Strengths: Alot of good upgrades already installed.
Weaknesses: None, if you get the non-vision model, you can then get W.A.S.
Review: I love this gun.. If you can't spend over $650.00 bucks this is the gun for you.
If you can spend $699.00 and up I suggest you look at a Smart Parts Shocker.
As for myself I had a CAP that started at $400 then went to $419, 499, 550 and ended up at $625.00 which is what I got my marker for.

To date all I've added is a On/Off valve just because I could. I'm looking at the new Smart Parts LPR kit, only because I can, and I have my eyes on the W.A.S. board Wicked Air Sportz Eye/board upgrade only because it's cool. I don't need anything else but once you get a nice MID-Level gun you get that itch to tweak and add on a few things. But you certinally dont have to add on anything. It's super dependable right out of the box with it's built in upgrades.
Conclusion: If your price range is between $500 - $650 and you can't spend any more then that on a marker by itself with out a hopper or compressed air tank. An IMPULSE or more spcifically the Game-Face won't let you down.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Stateofgracex2 Tuesday, March 15th, 2005 | 2:53 pm PST
As for myself I had a CAP that started at $400 then went to $419, 499, 550 and ended up at $625.00 which is what I got my marker for.


At first when i read this, i thought you meant you would pay 419 million 499 thousand and 550 dollars for a gun.
   

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