besides that i don think you would want to upgrade this since its a low end marker
Lighter than tippmann 98
same internals then tippmann 98
stock barrel is accurate
omposite shell(hard plastic)
look below for full review
I first purchased this marker at a warehouse called XS CARGO. i went there on boxing day and saw this puppy for $30. for that price i knew i would buy it since my other marker was in repair and i needed a back up one. since this was not a paintball store i knew the warantee was usless. it was ok i mean for $30 its not gunna really matter. when i came hom i looked this up on buypbl.net and found this gun there for a price of $119.95. this made me satisfied that i made a good deal.
when i first opened it up and noticed the the hard plastic shell. not impressed but it was a tippmann so i knew i could rely on it to some extent. it semmed pretty sturdy.
i took it apart and basically it was a tippmann 98 in a costume.
when i first shot this i was impressed on the acuracy of the stock barrel. it wasnt a gas hog either. i went through 500 someodd shots before my 16 ounce Co2 ran out. after i noticed that the bolts came loose when i gased it. i didnt like this at all but agaiin, for 30 dollars i didnt expect and ego or dm7.
Altogether with its ugly plasma rifle style halo look, i give it a 7 out of 10. i would strongly recomend this to beginners as it is gas efficent, accurate and lighter than the other tippmann markers. for the slightly for expericend guys, i would suggest maybe the triumph ext or just a completly different marker. this is also a good back up marker incase ur good one has a problem. as well it is a good beater marker for playing around with friends and having fun. for 30 dollars u can't get a better deal than that.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, August 30th, 2008 at 2:12 am PST