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Last Don Thursday, May 1st, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Tippmann A-5 (stock)
Marker Setup: Shocktech DM5 Black w/ clear accents W/ Predator WMD 5.0 Board and Laser Eyes
14in Dye Ultralite Barrel
Empire Fuel 71/4500 tank with Crossfire Regulaor
Halo B

BT-Assault (stock)
Bt-Delta (stock)
A smaller barrel bore would be nice, but I havent figured out how to take the barrel shroud off. A remote line since this is a heavy marker.
Rip clip or Halo B (if using standard gravity fed loaders)
Strengths: Qualtiy build
Picatanny rails for many accessories.
Weaknesses: Heavy, Gas hog, No magazine for the realistic look.
Review: I only had this for one game but during that time, I was able to review what I liked and didnt like.
First off, when I went to chrono the marker, it was unstable. I was +/-10fps. I wasnt able to get a consistent grouping BUT, the marker was new so Im not taking points off for that. It just needs time to break in.
What I liked about it is how quickly I was able to adjust to it. I shoot a M16a2 for the PD and when I opened the stock and placed it into my shoulder, I knew it was meant for business. Speaking of stocks, its comes with a 4 position stock. Its made of high quaility plastic (polymer) something that is used in pistols (ie. Glock, H&K, Smith and Wesson). So the stock will take a beating as well as the shroud. I just dont recommend trying to break it. Could take an eye out or something
With a 68/4500 tank and a Halo B on this beast, it was a heavy marker. I would recommened a remote line if you have not already purchased one. The extra weight off this would make this marker a lot more fun.

Conclusion: Although this is a short review, I would recommened this for any serious mil-sim/scenario baller or just someone who is into military looks. Its a great all around gun and it was able to take a beating in the mud without malfunctioning or ball breakage.
8 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, May 1st, 2008 at 3:48 pm PST

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