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Tobeconn44 Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
tippmann stock (complete crap)
Marker Setup: T98c, J&J 14" ceramic, expansion chamber, cyclone feed, response trig, double trig, low profile hopper, tactical stock, m82a1 shroud(coming soon)
Personally, i use midnight, but anything except brass eagle would be nice
Strengths: Accurate, self cleaning, lightweight
Weaknesses: Scratches easily on tip, ceramic
Review: I want it to be known that i'm still kinda a noob to the game, so i'm just going to put out what my experience was. I don't want any crap from people so please just read my review and comment. thank you.

So the first thing i saw i needed when i bought this marker was a barrel upgrade. At first I wanted to get the flatline, because i read a lot of reviews on it. But i did not want to spend 100$ on a barrel! I found this barrel on amazon for 30 bucks, read lots of good reviews, and bought the thing. When it arrived, i could instantly see a huge increase of accuracy. Before i was shooting all over the place, now i can shoot accurately up to around 50-60ft. Once i was playing woodsball with a couple buddies of mine. One of them, had the flatline on his tippmann 98. My gun was shooting more accurately than his. ( note, he was using crappy paint.)
Conclusion: All in all, this product really helped my game, and i would recommend it to anyone looking for a good barrel that isn't too expensive. If you're wanting more range, buy the flatine. It's picky on paint, but if you get the right paint, it won't let you down.
10 out of 10

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