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Justa Bit More Tuesday, June 19th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month9 of 9 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
Marker Setup: BT-4 Combat
Magazine Expansion Chamber
14" J&J Ceramic Barrel
BT-4 Car Stock with 6 positions
One Crappy Hopper
Strengths: Well Built
Looks Great
Weaknesses: Weight
Review: My apologies if my review is worded weird or weak and stuff, but I am a noob at paintball and paintball lingo.

So I purchased this piece for my BT4 Combat. And I have noticed a bit more improvement on the overall performance of the gun. I was told by some people in paintball stores that this should be my first upgrade to my gun, not just for looks but for added CO2 performance. I have only had a chance to use it once and found that my CO2 didn't run out as quickly as well as no freezing or liquid issues.

It is a heavy piece and does ad considerable front end weight, so adding a stock to the back of the gun will, help alleviate some of the weight by letting you cradle the gun into your shoulder. Specially if you like to play for hours on end.

Installation was a bit of a pain in the ass, but that was just because I haven't had any experience taking a gun apart. But once I started and followed the BT4 instruction manual and the magazine manual, it was pretty easy, took me like a 1/2 hour. Also nice that the pieces had the threading tape already on them. I still added a bit of threading glue as well, just to be sure of a good seal.

My really only complaint if any is the price $125 cdn is a bit steep for such a small piece, considering my gun cost only $150. But I guess that comes with territory of playing any type of game or sport. The better the equipment and upgrades the more you pay.

Conclusion: If you into the looks aspect and for a little better CO2 efficiency and you have some extra cash to burning a hole in your pocket, than I say hey go for it.
9 out of 10

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