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rdoll Wednesday, January 19th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months13 of 14 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: A-5 with... flatline barrel, DOP drop-forward, expansion chamber, SIG stock, E-grip, dbl finger trigger and C02
E-grip with dbl finger trigger, flatline, drop-forward and expansion chamber
Strengths: no chopping, great distance/accuracy w/ flatline, consistency,awesome look, and very tolerant of C02
Weaknesses: None that i can name.
Review: I have been doing novice tourneys for 1 year now and this gun is great. The cyclone is the strongest and best feature on this gun. The feeder works a lot better than the other guns i have fired and the A-5 gives me the consistency that i need. The E-grip is essencial for tournament play because the stock trigger pull is pretty tight. and if you plan to go pro a flatline is the key. The flatline lets me hit hoppers all the way across the playing field without having to aim high and without having to lob them over either. The flatline is a main component. if you are shooting C02 the expansion chamber is needed for better consistency. But the A-5 by itself is a great investment. I have a $700 A-5 which you truely get what you pay for...preformance. So if you are a beginner or even a novice or pro if you want preformance with a n intimidating look... go for the A-5, its worth it.
Conclusion: I would recommend my set up for anyone who likes to do tournaments because in the tournaments i have been in it proves its self worthy of tournament classification. This marker also is an awesome woods-playing gun because of its scenario look.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Gumbie_1234 Wednesday, January 19th, 2005 | 7:17 pm PST
Hey man good review u go into tournaments with tippmanns too. I got into a lot of speedball tournys and do very well for my self. My team may not have expensive guns but u dont need them and tippmanns are very good and reliable guns. did your gun cost $700 with all the upgrades you put on it?

Nwilson Friday, January 21st, 2005 | 7:56 pm PST
Just wanted to say thanx to all you guys that are fighting the good fight to show that the tppys can hang with the best. Good luck to you !

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