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MFrymus Monday, February 12th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 4 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Tippmann A-5
Marker Setup: BT4 Marker
Stock Barrel
Gravity Feed Hopper
20oz CO2 Tank
(Un-upgraded Marker)
1. !!!!!BARREL!!!!!! - Very Important! ( 14'' or 16'') - possible J&J
2. FEEDNECK - Necessary!
3. E-Grip - Important - slow gun!
4. Trigger - Not necessary (Double)
Strengths: - Strong
- Good Balance
- Not Really Heavy (Greater than Normal Though!)
- Good Price
Weaknesses: - Chops Like Hell!!
- Horrible Accuracy
Review: This is a very good gun to be using but it does in fact have a few major problem in it that probably most markers have. The feedneck on this gun SUCKS! i highly recommend replacing it unless you like playing with a lot of chopping. The balls constantly get stuck and chop.

The Stock Barrel is very very short and it needs a new barrel. I played with this gun and it had bad accuracy. I used great paint so it wasn't that it was the barrel. Paintballs flew in all directions even holding it still.

Another problem on this gun is its trigger. The pull is extremely long and it can't go very fast no matter how fast you are. It can reach up to about 3-5 bps.
Conclusion: It is a pretty gun gun to use but without any upgrades on it, it sucks. It would be a LOT better!! with a barrel and feedneck to prevent chops - a major loss in your paint. Strong gun gun but upgrade NECESSARY!

I would give this gun a 6.5 but ill give it an 7 to be fair.
7 out of 10Last edited on Monday, February 12th, 2007 at 3:24 pm PST

Review Comments
Coffinstuffer Monday, February 12th, 2007 | 3:38 pm PST
..What paint where you using? Granted; the stock barrel -is- lacking, but using low quality Canadian Tire wide-bore paint, I had more than fair accuracy till I bought my AA. Also, 'chops a lot'? I've yet to encounter a single chop - again; I think your paint isnt as good as you're saying it is.

One more thing; 'Slow gun'? It's a 7-8 bps semi-automatic; more than fast enough for woodsball, and I can't imagine anyone stupid enough to use it in anything but that.

I'll refrain from debating this review merely because I believe in second chances. <__<

AngryBaller Monday, March 17th, 2008 | 1:17 pm PST
Chronno, paint, bore size... you are using Co2!!! directly to the ASA? no remote? Then why would you have accuracy with stock barrel?

Try this: HPA and stock barrel, paint with correct bore size match.

You WILL notice a difference (at medium distance, it's a 7' barrel app).

The combat is the most basic setup for the BTs, you should know what it can/cant do.

Also, a lot of chopping? Then you messed up something in your setup. The combat can chop, but it's not a BIG chopper. In fact, I had issues with balls breaking in the stock barrel, not chopped (barrel isn't very polished after all)...

I wont dispute, it's your experience after all.

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