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Jeff_Meister Friday, January 5th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder Victor
Spyder Rodeo
SP Shocker
Marker Setup: Shocker '03 vision with:
-HE Bolt,
-ShockTech gas thru grip,
-Shocktech feedneck,
-New Designs Roller Trigger
Smart Parts All American two piece 12'' and 14'' with freak kit.
Halo B with Rip Drive
68/5000 Evil Scion HPA with Dye Rhino Cover
Strengths: Reliabilty
Weaknesses: Speed
Field stripping
Review: The BT-4 is in the same league as the Tippman 98c, and well it performs much like the same in my opinion. Ther marker has a tough shell, but because of this it is heavy. I really doubt you could break it however. Stock the marker in incredibly slow, and not overly accurate, but not horrible either. The marker is a good woodsball gun if your looking for something other than an A-5 or 98c, but its practically the same thing. My biggest gripe would have to be cleaning. Stripping, there is not field strip to begin with, and I find it annoying to clean paint out of the picatanny rail. It has an offset hopper, which allows for aiming down the barrel, which is nice for beginners but absolutly unnecassary for experienced players. An E-trigger and E-hopper would be a great upgrade for this marker to competetive. Also a longer, new barrel. If your getting into speedball just dont even bother though, its simply not worth it. Woodsball, its a decent gun, and has worked flawlessly everytime I have used it, even under demanding conditions. HPA would help its consistency a lot as well, but runs fine on CO2 no problems.
Conclusion: Its a tough reliable marker. Not recommended for speedball, would use for woodsball however, some ups make it a great marker. Decent marker stock as well.
8 out of 10

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