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pballhoser98 Tuesday, January 25th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
2 years1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Marker Setup: ICD Freestyle red to black fade with an evo II. used to have a tippmann 98 Custom with a response trigger, J&J 2 pc. stainless 14 inch barrel, Viewloader Revolution loader, low pressure kit, Crossfire 3000 psi 68 ci preset, and double trigger
if you dont have anything for the trigger get an E-Bolt or a response trigger but the MUST is A NEW BARREL!! the tippmann barrel is too short, extremely unaccurate, and chops like crazy. Also get an electric loader.
Strengths: This marker is very durable, good for rec use and okay for tournaments.
Weaknesses: Slow, bad air efficiency, and chops. Always bringing back to Eastern Paintball to get fixed
Review: The tippmann was the first marker i got and i loved it. I was only into like woods play back then so i just had a good barrel and loader on there. After i put the r.t. on it was extremely sensitive so i changed it and somehow it became fully automatic. The tank only lasted me a little less than 2 hours.This marker is great for a day in the woods out back and can take anything from being smacked against a tree to getting shot up. The only problem i had with this marker was i had to keep on bringing it back to the local shop ( Eastern Paintball) to get fixed.
Conclusion: If you are'nt really into the tournament scene this marker is perfect for you.
7 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, January 25th, 2005 at 3:17 pm PST

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