Tippmann A-5 with Richochet hopper, fixed stock, JJ ceramics barrel, WAS board egrip for rec and scenario play. Also have an Ion with hairpin trigger, feedneck, QEV, CP reg, and custom drop forward with VLocity loader, JJ ceramics and CP barrel for the Ion, use it for speedball.
It depends on the user, but this gun is designed so that almost any accessory that will fit on an M-4 or civilian AR15 will fit on this weapon just fine, so it's up to the user's preference.
Realistic, accuracy, reliability if cared for right.
Can shoot hot out of the box.
My team sponsor is the biggest distributor of Miltec guns in California, so I've used every weapon that they make. This is by far my favorite. The only thing that might need a little work is the stock, like so many other people have said. Also, there have been a lot of complaints about this gun being heavy. A lot of people don't know it, but it was designed to be that way. The gun was designed to be as close to a real M4 as possible, including the weight, for training purposes with military and law enforcement. Also as I stated earlier, this gun so closely resembles the M4 that any accessories that will fit on the real weapon, will fit on this paintball gun. Believe me, if you want to, you can have one seriously decked out weapon with this bad boy. Also, it may seem a bit loud too, but by putting some clothe or other type of fabric in the silecer area, you can make this one of the quietest markers on the market too.
All in all, this gun is the ultimate in mil sim for the hardcore paintball player who wants something that's as close to the military as you can get. if you want a real looking, realiable versatile weapon, this is the one for you. I give it a 9 for the weak stock though, but that's the only fault.