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PB4841LVR Saturday, January 15th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom

Upgrades:
GTA 14 inch Sniper barrel
GTA Double Trigger
InnovativeWrks Wild Viper Trigger
Dye Sticky Grips '04
Shocktech Super Fly Delrin Front Bolt
Response Trigger
Comp Air Kit
Palmer's Pursuit Stabalizer
Dye Mini Guage 750 psi
Lapco Bigshot(coming soon)
Dead On Bullet Drop Forward
CrossFire 90 ci 4500 psi High Tank
Parker Macroline

Loaders:
Viewloader Revolution with Xboard
Halo TSA LCD Backman
Strengths: Great Recharge Rate
Guage Port
Comes with 90* Fitting
0-900 psi Adjustable
Weaknesses: Looks are alright
Only one place for hose input
Review: I recently bought this reg and I am convinced that it has to be one of the best regulators on the market. It has an awesome recharge rate that I couldn't outrun with my response trigger. It is extremely consistent. I get + or - 3 fps every shot. It is very easy to operate. It will take a good 2000-3000 shots before it is broken in so I would advise you do some backyard shooting before you go to a tournament or play. My guage fit on nicely and looks cool. It also came with a 90* fitting so you don't have buy for your steel braided. It only hase one input for your hose so your hose may be in an akward position but you can place an oring in the vertical adapter to help position it. It looks pretty plain but when you get it in nickel like I did you will most likely think it looks pretty cool. I love this reg and would not have got any other.
Conclusion: A must buy if you are in need of a reg. One of the more pricey regs though (95-105 bucks) but worth every penny.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
thehalo Sunday, March 20th, 2005 | 8:14 am PST
why would u waste money to upgrade a tippmann like that when u could of bought a used shocker or proto.
   

PB4841LVR Friday, March 25th, 2005 | 1:33 pm PST
Why would you waste time like this typing a dumb comment like this one. Use your small head. Yes with all the money I have spent on my Tippmann I could have gotten a better gun, but I have bought all this stuff for my gun over the time span of one and a half years. Now think. Should I have saved money for one and a half years and not played paintball just to get a good gun? I don't think so. Maybe I enjoy upgrading my gun and being able to do home modifications to it that I wouldn't dare do to an expensive gun. Getting an expensive gun right off the bat ruins the fun anyway. It makes it too easy. I like a challenge. Now maybe I will get a better gun in the future but for now I'm set. When I do get a better gun, think, my Tippy will be one awesome back up gun. And have you ever once thought that I could use the hopper, regulator, drop, tank, macro, and the grips on another gun? Your problem is that you just don't think. I am so tired of comments like these. Why do people question other's decisions? Would I have put all this money into a gun I didn't like? Is it any business what I do with my gun? Is it a waste of money to be able to mill, saw, cut and paint my gun any way I choose, when your shocker or proto sits on the table fully decked out already? Isn't it funny when a guy with a crazy Tippmann like mine gets more attention from players than a guy with a stock Shocker? Isn't it ironic that a gun shooting 8 bps can eliminate a player whose shoots 36 bps? Get back to me after you've thought this back through and tell me what you think. I'll be glad to listen and here what dumb thing you have to say next.
   

INV8ER Thursday, April 7th, 2005 | 4:14 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by PB4841LVR
Why would you waste time like this typing a dumb comment like this one. Use your small head. Yes with all the money I have spent on my Tippmann I could have gotten a better gun, but I have bought all this stuff for my gun over the time span of one and a half years. Now think. Should I have saved money for one and a half years and not played paintball just to get a good gun? I don't think so. Maybe I enjoy upgrading my gun and being able to do home modifications to it that I wouldn't dare do to an expensive gun. Getting an expensive gun right off the bat ruins the fun anyway. It makes it too easy. I like a challenge. Now maybe I will get a better gun in the future but for now I'm set. When I do get a better gun, think, my Tippy will be one awesome back up gun. And have you ever once thought that I could use the hopper, regulator, drop, tank, macro, and the grips on another gun? Your problem is that you just don't think. I am so tired of comments like these. Why do people question other's decisions? Would I have put all this money into a gun I didn't like? Is it any business what I do with my gun? Is it a waste of money to be able to mill, saw, cut and paint my gun any way I choose, when your shocker or proto sits on the table fully decked out already? Isn't it funny when a guy with a crazy Tippmann like mine gets more attention from players than a guy with a stock Shocker? Isn't it ironic that a gun shooting 8 bps can eliminate a player whose shoots 36 bps? Get back to me after you've thought this back through and tell me what you think. I'll be glad to listen and here what dumb thing you have to say next.

You tell him dude !

Anyway, I'm guessing you have the 98 kit that has the female stablizer, if you do, have you ever had any problems with it on your dropforward. Like shaking or feeling like it is not very stable ? I am going to get the kit for my gun, but dont know if my drop forward and stablizer can handle all the weight of a 20 oz tank ....
Last edited on Thursday, April 7th, 2005 at 4:15 pm PST
   

PB4841LVR Friday, April 8th, 2005 | 5:24 am PST
No, I have the male one that screws in where the plastic grip used to be by a vertical adapter. Get one though, they are great.
   

wildchild7912 Wednesday, April 19th, 2006 | 3:04 pm PST
I have the female on my 98C and have mounted on gun air through it and never have had a problem but I have only had mine about 3 months.And to the loud mouth talking smack about Tippmans he probably doesn't even own a marker and probably learned all he knows about paintball guns from his freinds BrassEagle.
   

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