Inferno MK1 & MK2, Tippmann 98.
The Infernos' that I used were no match to the BT-4 Assault. The Tippmann 98 is a very good marker, however lacks that edge of realism that i look for in a marker.
BT-4 assault, Remote line, Extreme rage 200 shot gravity fed hopper, 20oz CO2 tank & BT barrel bipod.
Remote Line and the bipod
Real life looks/milsim
Although this marker uses a lot of gas i still enjoy using it, after all at all the sites i go to the gas is free. I would strongly recommend the remote line as i found that if you have your hand on the trigger, the stock fully extended and a 20oz tank it is impossible to move your arm to the other side of the gun without removing your hand from the trigger to shoot arround corners.
The marker itself looks very sleek and will be sure to get a few comments like "where on earth did you get that" and "Holy...." especially with the bipod.
I have had a few ball breaks in this marker but put this down to the hopper not feeding fast enough.
This marker is the most accurate marker i have played with.
With 13bps being more than enough to have a great time with i dont think there is much problem with its slower rate of fire.
As this marker is based both upon the Tippmann 98 & A5 there are plenty of upgrades available and the reputation of being very reliable.
Overall a very good reasonably priced milsim marker. The offset hopper feed is a vast improvement from the BT-16. I would strongly recommend this to anyone looking for a milsim marker or to play scenario or rec-ball
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 26th, 2006 at 10:10 am PST