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nootz Friday, October 3rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Tippmann A5
Tippmann 98C (Old style)
Marker Setup: BT-4 SWAT:
-BT-16 Barrel kit
-BT Bi-pod
-Tippmann Verticle Grip
-BT e-Grip
-Extreme Rage Overdrive hopper
-BT 45 degree picatinny/weaver rail (on top of foregrip)
-Walther 2x30 RD scope (mounted on BT rail)
BT e-Grip, BT rip-clip.
Strengths: Pretty accurate, lots of upgrade options.
Weaknesses: Very heavy considering how small it is, should have direct remote line capabilities.
Review: I bought the BT-4 in hopes to create an AR-styled sniper marker, needless to say it worked, but it cost me more than I expected. Regardless, the setup was completed, and I love it.
Although it's a little heavier than it should be, a sling really helps take some of the weight off. It's quite accurate considering the barrel isn't rifled.
The e-grip is set to full-auto, but can still be used as semi-auto or burst.
The only regret I have is putting so much money into the BT.
Conclusion: My final recommendation is that it's a good marker to have at an intermediate level, mainly because it's a higher price than the entry level markers.
6 out of 10

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