Custom '98 - Slightly worse than.
BT-4 Banshee - Preformed same as.
BT-4 Delta - Didn't show it self as an equal, preformed worse.
The above markers are rentals.
Tippmann X7 - Couldn't stand up to my standards, faulty.
-Barrels: Stock 8'', 16" SP Linear
-Hopper: Gravity Fed, Tacamo Arc Loader.
-16oz CO2 Tank
-AGC Remote Coil, Slide Check Replaced with Pure Energy Slide Check Valve.
-Aftermarket 2" Drop Forward
-Moving to HPA
-Easy to Clean, and Take Apart.
-Included Expansion Chamber
-Heavier than other Markers.
-Low BPs - shouldn't matter for Woodsball
Before I bought my Swat, I always rented one from the field's store. The Swat is one of the few markers that perform well on a stock setup. Last season I probably put 10000 balls through it and as far a I remember I had one breakage. Right away however I noticed that It was a little front heavy, but when I tried a remote on it the marker seemed perfectly balanced. One of my favorite things about the marker is that it comes stock with an expansion chamber, that explains the constant shooting rate. But even yet, I recommend upgrading to HPA. The switch over is easy, all that needs to be done is purchase a new tank.
If your looking for a great Woodsball, or maybe Speedball marker (10 BPs). I definatly recommend the swat because of its Milsim looks and consistent shooting.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 at 10:54 pm PST