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WILL21 Wednesday, February 27th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: BT4 Combat
8.5" barrel
200rnd basic hopper
20oz CO2 canester
==in near future==

32 Degrees Whisper barrel
BT4 CAR Stock
BT4 Rip Clip Upgrade
BT4 Electronic Grip
Remote system
Strengths: Co2 or compressed air
balanced
accurate
Durable
Mil standard mounting rails
Weaknesses: Stock aim which does not really work that well with stock setup
Review: I purchased my BT-4 from my local paintball shop. was decently priced.
I searched for a week or 2 for the riight marker to buy which was the best value for money in my price range and stumbled accross the BT4 range and finally decided to go for the combat.

Recieved my marker a few days ago and have only had time to test a few rounds with it.(will be playing a game next weekend though)

Some specifics that I liked:

- The BT4 combat looks and feels really durable and would not get damaged easily in play as personally i play quite rough with diving bumping into stuff and so forth.
- I also like that this marker has a good weight too it (not too heavy or too light) as I am a lightweight player and move positions alot.
- I personally like playing woodsball as well as scenario and thus like the upgrade options for this marker e.g. car stock, barrels, grips, rip clip as well as the mil rails which allows aim sights and scopes.
- The adjustable foregrip which i can change to my own preferences.
- The accuracy on the marker was not bad for a stock barrel and at 80ft i can put 20 shots in a small circle of about a ft in diametre whith out really aiming and just using point shoot methods.
- doesn't chop paint ( went through 1 2000rnd box with no problem)
- Looks great

Bad points:
- So far haven't had any trouble with it and there are no bad things to say about the marker except the aim sight i mentioned in the weaknes section.
Overall the marker is well balanced and I can't wait to test it with a few games.
I feel that this is a great puchase and i got more than my money's worth when i bought this marker.
Conclusion: The BT4 combat is a great marker which gives you more than your money's worth and presents you with a good starting marker which has a wide range of upgrades available for those interested in scenario and woodsball. this is a great marker for me overall.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, February 27th, 2008 at 2:30 am PST
 

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