BT4 Assault, Veiw Loader Revolution w / X-Board, remote line, 20oz. CO2, Nelson Hemorage paint
magazine attachment ( for looks and storage for scenario game map storage )
No ball chopping
Very reliable in any conditions
Rate of fire can be good or bad depending on your situation. ( with the single trigger i can get up to about 7bps )
Most people call it heavy and a gas hog, but a remote line does miracles for both of those problems. Personally I don't think that it is too heavy but whatever...
Nelson Hemorage paint works absolutely amazing with this gun. I always know exectly where the paint is going. The marker itself is also very reliable. I will work in any conditions ( I should know, -40F winters and 100F summers). Speedballers can rip on this gun all they want. When put face to face in a woods, the BT is better hands down. As long as I am on speedballers, I love the accuracy of this marker. In a match I ambushed one of my friends who has a promaster with a freak barrel kit, anyway, his promaster has a small switch on the side that turns the electronic trigger on and off. When I ambushed him, I maneged to hit the on / off switch on his gun before he tuned When he did turn he pointed his gun at me and started walking the trigger, but nothing happened and he couldn't figure out why. I actually had time to laugh at him and run away before fe figured it out. BEFORE YOU ASK WHY HE WASN'T CALLED OUT, WE PLAY NO ELIMINATIONS, JUST OBJECTIVES.
All in all, this marker is AWESOME!!!
If you play woodsball or scenario games, this marker ia a supreme choice for the money.