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hurtcow Tuesday, June 13th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Standard M98C
Many other 'high end' guns, including Palmers, WGP, ATS, all kinds of stuff. I'm open-minded and like 'weird' guns.
Marker Setup: My 98CP is set up with:
E-trigger
Flatline barrel
Vert adapter w/ reg
Cyclone feed
Lightened hammer
Rocket Cock
Recommended
Upgrades:
See above. This gun is marketed as a 'beginner gun' but is very upgradeable. I seriously feel no shame leaving my cocker/AT-10/Palmer/Vector/etc on the bench in lieu of this.
Strengths: E-trigger kit and cyclone feed should fit the bill.
Weaknesses: If you worry about such things, the stigma of using a 'beginner gun' .
Review: Well I have a lot of paintball guns. Last count I had 28. However I'd have a difficult time coming up with a more versatile gun than my M98CP. I played a 24-hr scenario recently and really enjoyed my customized Punsher's Vector, Palmer's Stroker, and ATS AT-10, but found myself defaulting to my E-trigger M98CP.
Conclusion: Give it a try, see what the fuss is about.. Yes it's classified as a 'beginner gun' but it has lots more to offer.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
JIMJIM_TIPPMANN Tuesday, June 13th, 2006 | 6:36 pm PST
How well does your gun work with the e trigger with the flatline??
   

sledgehammer Thursday, January 4th, 2007 | 12:20 pm PST
onley problem with e trigger that i found after owning one is that if you chop a ball in the breach, its a pain in the arse to take apart, because of the fragile wires and board, i found the e trigger 98c with was board i had never went together properley after disassembley. still a solid marker though!
   

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