Spot where the adjustment screw is, is hard to reach
So here it is, Tippmanns answer to speedball/hyperball and the like. I feel that it is a solid marker with Tippmanns trademark durability. An electric hopper is a must because if you have it on auto-response you will reach the 15 bps with one finger and if your hopper can't keep up you will chop. 3 shot is what it is. Semi has a new feature that I like too, if you shot over 5 bps on semi, it will switch to auto-response. This CAN be turned off however. Also full auto is as usual 10 bps strong. This marker also has polished internals straight from the factory, which is good. One thing i didn't like however is the fact that the adjustment screw is in such a hard to reach place, right below the trigger. but only a minor inconvience.
Overall i have to recommend this to any one who either likes Tippmanns, or is in the market for a good electronic marker but doesn't wank to spend $500 plus for it. Plus it's made by Tippmann, so you know it'll last.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 30th, 2005 at 2:07 pm PST