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SOGsnakebite Saturday, August 4th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
2 years3 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tippy 98 and A5, the BT4 has the ruggedness of the 98c with an easier to field strip body and more milsim friendly body
Marker Setup: Lapco Bigshot barrel 10 inch
Specops A5 F.O.G ( older metal one)
Caa rail covers
Caa folding grip
Caa FE tactical stock
Caa tactical cheek saddle
BT Egrip
Etrig single finger mod
Rap4 Trirail mount
AImpoint replica
Eggy 2
Deadon Proseal PT
Polished internals
PMI remote
Custom paint
3 point tactical sling
Home made suppressor



Recommended
Upgrades:
Decent barrel

the rest is dependent on your playing style
Strengths: Rugged reliable almost indestructable 150k fired thru this marker never lets me down

Weaknesses: Some would say weight, but i wouldnt, some would say noise but again i wouldnt
Review: Brought my Swat over 18 months ago after a winter of research trying to find a more milsim marker to replace my trusty 98c.

Out of the box i liked the fit and feel and balance of this marker, as i started adding my personal touch to it it developed into a marker that attracted attention, there werent many around almost 2 years ago and mods had to be made to fit , mostly A5 based mods.

Only once has this marker had an issue which turned out to be a cracked PT which i replaced with an alluminum one and she hasnt missed a beat since

I generaly play a support style role and the bark and accuracy and reliability of this marker cant be argued, yes its heavy and not for everyone but for em its perfect
Conclusion: I have fire well over 150k thru this marker in the time ive had her, im usualy set at 10bps ramp and she doesnt miss a beat good range and accuracy coupled with reliability and ruggedness
An easy to strip marker , ,modular pistol grip and 98c reliability
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, August 4th, 2007 at 7:50 pm PST
 

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