The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Product Use:
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More than 5 years
-Tippmann A-5 w/ response trigger, 18 inch interceptor barrel, remote, CO2
-Tippmann Pro-Carbine with JCS folding stock, JCS Bipod and 16 inch J&J Ceramic barrel, remote, CO2
Breaks balls and inaccurate
This was my first paintball marker I ever owned. I was so happy to own my own paintball marker then I was dissappointed. This marker was cheap and works like a cheap marker. I had good paintballs, but it kept breaking balls. This gun is not worth your time. It might be good for a starting player, but I don't recommend it. Plain and simple this marker is crap.
Dispute: this was laso my first maker, clearly you have no idea what your talking about, the inaccuracy was most likely due to the stock barrel, the chopping because of the non-electric hopper.... you obviously have not had a chance to really use this gun.
o really? cheap gun eh? did u try to clean out the gun after the first break? if you dont u get more breaks, and if you start to chop balls get a faster loading hopper. the gravity fed ones have a tendency to mess you up. accuracy was a prob for u? tell u what, ive seen people put ball over ball with the stock barrel at a good 30 ft away. but a better barrel will greatly improve your odds. my main gun is this thing, i may have it loaded up with alot of stuff but it was far from a 1 for a rating stock. first timers usually have problems with the gun at first. maybe you should look back on your past experience with it and see if you could have actually changed what you did and cleaned out the barrel, the chamber, the hopper of broken paint. that would also help your accuracy with it too. but if what u say is true, 5 years of exp, you should know that by now, wouldnt you?