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Tagabagsul Tuesday, March 27th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 years4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder, Tippmann 98's, Viewloader
Marker Setup: A-5
Opsgear G36 Stock
J&J Ceramic w/ Apex tip / Flatline
Vortex Cyclone mod
Super R/T and QEV
Ricochet R5
Polished Interals
Spec ops G36 folding stock
PMI 68ci 300psi on Remote
Red Dot Sight
the barrel...J&J with apex is great...or the Flatline good choice either way
get either the response trigger or the egrip
and change the hopper big target stock one get spoil a round
Strengths: Durability
Easy Maintenance
Shoots straight and far
Weaknesses: Stock hopper might as well have a bullseye on it...
Review: The stealth setup is a great package...i don't know about pricing now...i got my a-5 back when it was af airly new marker and this package was around $500. I haven't bought a marker since and i'm very happy with this shoot straight and far which is what i was looking for. as time went on i wanted to be able to shoot far and long but have the ability to spray in close an upped R/T and new cycle system on the marker took care of that...the kit comes with everything a first time woodsballer would need the gun performed great right out of the box and still continues to perform great...once u take care of that flat nosed hopper you pretty much have a great marker. for woods i'd say stick with the R/T but if u speedball ur best bet to keep up those electros is to get the egrip. shoots with either Co2 or air so take ur pick...get a palmers if u plan on using Co2...will help ur consistency.
maintainence is a snap with this gun...a lot of small parts so becareful when u plan on taking it apart...
oh and if u get bored of markers fast...i find new upgrades or aftermarket parts for this gun like every month so if u get bored change it's look or add some upgrades
Conclusion: whether beginner or intermediate level player this package is great or if u want to start from scratch get the stock A-5 they are pretty cheap now with the release of the X-7....all in all i'd give this a 10 because this is the longest i've had a marker without getting sick of it...or having a decline in performance...
10 out of 10

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