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V0LTR0NN Thursday, July 6th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
98 custom Flatline
Marker Setup: Smartparts SP-8 Flatline A5
19" suppressor barrel WAS E trigger
Palmer Inline on the remote Cyclone feed(AWESOME!)
Firebolt Palmer Inline Reg on remote
T-board Runs on co2
Qloader
Runs on co2
Recommended
Upgrades:
First and foremost, Palmer Stabilizer
almost Required to get consistency of shot.
Voodoo Folding stock.
Strengths: Tippmann workhorse marker Indestructible build
Cyclone feed system is by far the best!
Weaknesses: Flatline inconsistency
LOUD report from barrel
Need kit to use a drop forward.
Review: I bought this gun because Tippmann improved on all of the 98's flaws and I really enjoyed my 98. It is a great gun and becomes even better with response trigger or the WAS board.

This gun is awesome for suppressive fire! You can duck heads from a mile away while your teammates move into better positions. This gun sounds almost exactly like a real automatic rifle on full auto. It scares people into hiding with its loudness and range.

I am probably going to keep it around for those games when I want to play a little further back and just give cover fire. Other games are left up to my SP-8(way more accurate).

The cyclone feed system is the best thing out there right now. Tippmann should modify and market this system for every other gun. Nothing comes close! I have ran at least 20 cases of all types of paint through this gun and NEVER chopped a single ball!

Great Mil-Sim/scenario/Woodsball gun with lasting durability Tippmann is famous for!
Conclusion: It is a good gun and will be for as long as you own it. Great price. If you shop around, you might even get one for less than $175(no flatline). I give it a 9 only because it comes with a Flatline. I bet this gun with the WAS board and a Freak barrel system would serve as a great speedball gun too. It has speed and a great feeding mechanism.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, July 6th, 2006 at 11:24 pm PST
 

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