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predator1 Monday, November 5th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
tipman 98,spyder mr1,spyder shutter. No real comparison.While the BT4 is similiar in appearance to the Tipman 98,that's where it stops. The BT4 seems on inspection to be a better designed marker overall.
Marker Setup: Halo 3 hopper,reaction trigger,The BT 6 stage exspansion chamber(looks like a M16 magazine and really adds to the intimidation level of the marker). Three point assault sling
Definatly the expansion chamber.This marker seems to eat CO2 pretty quickly.The reaction trigger is a definate.
Strengths: intimidating,reliable,well designed.APEX..need i say more
Weaknesses: seems to use alot of CO2,the expansion chamber helps that alot.
Review: I am very pleased with the marker and would recomend it to anyone in the scenario or woodsball gaming realm. It has a huge intimidation factor when you pull it out in front of oponents before a game. It is well designed and thought out.the sliding hopper adaptor is great when you need to squeegy a barrel out(definetly beats the swing down adaptor on a similiar brand). Coupled with a reactive trigger and a good hopper this marker is a force to be dealt with. Not to mention the standard Apex barrel this is all the gun you need in a game. I would recomend whether or not you do a trigger on this gun get a aggitated hopper as it tends to not feed reliably making you have to shake the gun after 5 or 10 shots to keep balls going down range.
<< if you do install the response trigger and start having problems with having to recock the marker after a few shots,replace the sear, it is the same as a tippman, as it gets a little wear it will not catch the bolt every time you fire.
Conclusion: I would highly recommend this gun to any experienced player. It is a little pricey for someone not really seriously into paintball.
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, February 18th, 2009 at 9:39 am PST

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