Tippmann a-5, 98c
tons of spyders, piranahs, View Loaders, and Brass Eagles
Kaner barrel kit
FBM Wave trigger
Egg II/w Z-board
Pure Energy 48/3000
Stock makes quick striping imposible
I had decided I needed a gun that worked for woodsball and I didn't want to spend too much money on it. I was considering the tippmann 98 or a-5 but they just seemed overpriced even though they are good. I knew the MR1 was out and that it was only $100 and I knew how simple the spyders were to fix. I filled up my nitro tank and went out to test the marker stock useing Xball Gold(top quality). I used the Evo II hopper, since I didn't have a gravity fed hopper. The paint hit the targets quite consistently and weren't breaking at all in the gun. except after about 400 shots and out of curiosity I tryed to fire anyways and it actually went decently and that would be very useful in a game. ACP just made a bolt for the MR1 which would make it chop even less. This thing could be dropped in a puddle of mud and still fire. Just keep in mind this beast can really take abuse.
p.s. I'm giving it a 9.5 but I'm rounding it off to ten because this marker needs it, because of all the people giving terrible reviews and lowering the score. And it really is one of the best markers in it's class
This is one of the best buget markers out there and I would always stick up for it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 27th, 2007 at 1:28 pm PST