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fanky Tuesday, April 18th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Brass Eagle Tigershark - bought at same time
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom, 16 inch thunder pig barrel, cyclone feed system, rocket cock II, maddmann spring kit, double trigger, dye stickies, and a lot of homemade trigger mods.
Can't really upgrade, maybe a point sight.
Strengths: Gas efficiency, compactness, hardly chops, reasonably accurate.
Weaknesses: Nothing really but lack of upgrades, no safety, no velocity adjuster
Review: I bought this gun and a Tigershark a couple weeks ago. I had never even heard of a Spitfire before, so it must be hard to come by. This gun feels really good once you put a 9 oz and buttplate on it. With Draxxus Dusks, it was pretty much dead on at 60 feet. With Tippmann Werks, pretty much same results, but a few broke. I blame that on the paint though. I tried it with 12 grams too. It got about 40 usable shots before starting to drop off and wouldn't fire at 50. I've also shot about 500 rounds on one 9 ounce getting rid of old paint, and it's still about half full. For 30 dollars, I believe I got my money's worth.

Conclusion: If you're looking for something unique and efficient to really test your skills, this is your marker....If you can find one...
9 out of 10

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