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Sifyn-F8 Saturday, November 10th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Tippman 98 Pro
Marker Setup: Red Spyder Sonix '07
12oz Co2
All-American 14" Barrel
New barrel never hurts
Strengths: Price
Never Chops
Looks alright
Weaknesses: A bit loud
Trigger's a bit heavy to walk
Nothing else really
Review: So like many of you on here, I was looking to buy a gun one day. I didn't want to spend much money, because it was my first gun, but I would also want good performance. So, I went to my local paintball store and was confronted with the cheapest guns they had in stock. After much thought, I chose this gun and was very pleased. I brung it to my local field a few weeks after the purchase and was very happy. It never chopped, and was very accurate. I recommend this gun for anyone who had just started out and wants a good reliable gun. This gun is by far my favorite mechanical gun.

Buy it now!! It's great if your a begineer or moderate player alike!
Conclusion: This gun is great for begineers that like the sport. If you play speedball its great. If you play scenario it's great. I've used this gun in both and I am very pleased.
10 out of 10

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