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gdog5 Monday, February 19th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
impulse
Marker Setup: too many to bother listing....
Recommended
Upgrades:
Edwin's LPR
Delrin Bolt
Board if you want
Strengths: Light
Short, Snappy Trigger
Weaknesses: Stock Aoc (poor man's lpr) can give you inconsistent pressure and shots
Review: I was able to pick this up very cheap on the nation. Unfortunately what was supposed to be in working condition, was in very bad condition. After replacing a few parts and seals she was purring like a kitten. The Tribal comes stock with something called an AOC, which is basically a tribal version of an lpr. Unfortunately they can give you very inconsistent pressure to the solenoid giving you inconsistent shots. Fortunately there are lprs made by a tribal enthusiast to replace this. The members on the tribal owners group were also very helpful and every tribal owner should check TOG out. My tribal I had running with an ion reg at 200 psi and was fairly efficient. Even though it was a single trigger, the distance of the pull along with its lightness, gave it a speediness unmatched by any other single trigger gun i had ever used. The board was easy to program by merely flipping a few dipswitches. The weight of the gun was also very nice. Its easy to see why these used to be nicknamed the "angel killers".
Conclusion: Overall a neat little gun similar to an impulse. There are still upgrades out there for them and if you have a double trigger (which are hard to come by), these things can rip. If you see one for the right price I recommend picking one up and trying it out, they are becoming harder to come by.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, February 19th, 2007 at 5:55 pm PST
 

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