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greatCDN Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
3 years
Products Used:
Used, VL Orion, Tippmann 98 Custom, Spyder Compact, ACI Maverick, PMI Sheridan, Brass Eagle Talon, Brass Eagle Eradicator.
Marker Setup: Solid Ruger stock, carved out so that the Titan slips in, 16 inch Progressive, 2x red dot sight, military sling, side arm Aurikon Overlord with one extra clip and a holster.
Personally the stock barrel that came with mine is differnt from the Titans you find on the net, its an older model, it works great for a stock barrel, but just as any 8inch barrel, it is for more so closer ranges. So get a barrel if you want more range and better accuracy. I would have to say this gun is not ment to be left naked, so if it doesnt have a bottom line craft it into a really nice gun stock. Looks great and is more steady for shooting, which makes for a more accurate shot. You need to get a scope or red dot sight for it, makes aiming all the better and looks better too. Other then modifications that i wanted to do becasue i knew it would improve the gun, i have no others.
Strengths: Very durable, deadly accurate with new barrel, fast velocity, easy clean, strips easy, FRIGGEN LOUD!!
Weaknesses: Stock barrel, but like i said mine isnt even that bad at all.
Review: This gun is an all around great weapon. It is great for bushball, everytime i have been out it has never failed me and its going on 10 years old. Its a sniper gun if yah mod it like i did, can pick a guys head off at 150 feet easy with good paint, prolly due to my extra high velocity and everything i have done to it, never changed the main body or internal though. Its good for giving people massive welts :), knocks the life out of em, and they roll on the ground than lay motionless in pain if yah shoot em more than once, lol. Again prolly my velocity that i custom adjusted by shoving a few old nuts against the spring. Woint break, solid metal, and when put in a stock good for cloase range fighting, aka bashing. Hey ive done it once, the guy got too close and he didnt get his gun up in time so he got one in the stomach, then i shot him, lol. Our games our realism if you havnt guessed by know. We play with 8 ten shot clips each, and carry 2 gernades. Great for scenario games. Great at any weather for combat, ive played in snow, thunder storm, hail, fog, humid, extremely hot. It works even if its been through anything, ive taken it through mud, silt, sand, swamp, water, everything, never get ruined. Its been tossed around, dropped, bashed, you name it still keeps going. All in all i love it. Oh and its FRIGGEN LOUD!!! It scares people, i love it, sounds almost real with the stock barrel on, but with my 16 inch is just a bit more loud than a normal paintball gun. It may sound loud but its also good on co2 getting 500ish shots too a 9 oz. Also it doesnt break balls, well only if you try to fire it as fast as you can go, then yah it might if your using grav feed like me.
Conclusion: If you are a serious paintballer, track down an old one and get it. Mod it well boys, make it a nice scenario gun, one that looks dangerous and real and shoot every bloody guy on the field, she will treat you good, its like the AK47 of paintball.
10 out of 10

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