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slip Saturday, March 10th, 2007
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
tippman custom 98 with assault kit
Marker Setup: bt assault
bi pod
APEX barrel
evolution 3
Off set rail
remote line
pure energy 45
APEX Barrel (if you didnt buy an iron horse)
Strengths: Disgustingly easy to aim
Weaknesses: No customizing
Gas hog
Unconventional for speed ball
Review: This is the first gun i bought and for a starter gun its almost perfect, its low maintence and reliable. the first problems arose when i took it for some speed ball i found that when trying to work around bunkers or worse the snake its alittle to big to easily manuver. however when i took it for forest ball i upgraded all that could be, off set the front grip, applied the E-Trigger (six ball ramping, only option available) and got the apex and bipod. for protecting a town or working through trenches this baby gets the job done. The apex allows you to curve balls right into bunkers catching people from the top. the problem is once an assault rifle always an assault rifle. you cant apply scopes, lasers or anything because the rail is too wide for most products the barrel selection is kind of limited as well as it only accepts A-5 threads.
Conclusion: Overall a good starter gun, i would recommend the custom 98 over this however.
6 out of 10

Review Comments
jitters93 Saturday, March 10th, 2007 | 6:31 pm PST
lol dude i like your review the part bout the speedball was funny cause ive never hurd of anyone playing speedball wit a scenario gun suchas this one and imo its woodsball noone calls it forest ball.

feydakin_guard Sunday, March 11th, 2007 | 4:40 pm PST
For the price its a good gun and is obviously not for speedball. Inside it is basically a 98 yeah, but for the money you would spend doing a 98c to be like an Bt-4 Assault, you would end up wasting so much money. So if your looking for that style, it comes with everything you need.

Armando28 Sunday, March 11th, 2007 | 9:03 pm PST
wow dude, your review sucks, first of all .... it is a woodsball marker, not a speedball one .... the egrip can get to 13 balls per second, not 6 ... lol ..... and wtf, you CAN get scopes and sights for this marker ... actually, the rails have military specifications, you can both get military scopes/sights and regular paintball/commercial scopes on it

to get a 98C to look like a BT-4 you will have to spend a few hundred dollars, and both are extremely reliable .... in my opinion BT-4 > 98C

mikeynice Sunday, March 11th, 2007 | 10:54 pm PST
The only thing left to say is,Your out of your mine

Great_nothing Tuesday, June 5th, 2007 | 9:37 pm PST
The rail mounts will accept most standard sights, and tactical lights. I don't know where you shop, but my picatinny gear has adjustable mounts. These are also standard rifle scopes, and lights, not paintball-only gear. I don't know how you came to the conclusion that the rails were useless.

Cheyenne D S Thursday, April 24th, 2008 | 9:34 pm PST
You rated this scenario marker low because you didn't enjoy playing speedball with it ?

When you buy a new car do you take it out in big water to do some deep sea fishing ?
I bet it wouldn't do too well. Would you give it a bad review ?

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