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Studlyjman Monday, June 20th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
The Only Guns i have ever used is Tippmann 98 custom.....and This review is about the tippmann custom Pro E
Marker Setup: Tippman Custom Pro E/Black, Ricochet Apache Led, 45ci 4500 psi tank
Expansion Chamber, Shadow Cock, Agreesive Hopper (MUST)!
Strengths: Fast, Tippman built, Indistructable, 5 Firing modes, light trigger pull.
Weaknesses: None as far as im concerned!
Review: I have always loved tippmanns, the 98 custom was my favorite....but after seeing all these faster, high end guns...i wanted something that was mor then semi auto, so when they came out with the tippmann custom pro E, i just had to have it....the first day i got it i pulled it apart, and looked inside, that weekend i went out and played with it and it was AMAZING!! i could shoot it so dang quick, and with my apache i didnt even chop one single ball! and this gun is built by tippmann so you dont have to worry about it breaking, so i recommend that you all get one!
Conclusion: if you want a good gun that wont give you problems, the Custom Pro E is the way to go!
10 out of 10

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