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wingman952 Sunday, November 9th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
98 custom
tac 9
Marker Setup: Bt-4 combat
Colapsible Stock
Smart Parts Proggressive barrel
Recommended
Upgrades:
Better Barrel
HPA tank
Stock (if you feel you need one)
Strengths: Very light marker
Rails on upper and lower parts
Weaknesses: The sight on the feed is a little to high other than that not much
Review: When i first got this marker it was a decent price (175$ with 12oz CO2 Hopper and Mask) i though that it was a good entry level marker not heavy or bulky, but light and efective. the first time i tryed it out it was against my buddys SP-1, it was ealsy out matched but it managed to hold its own longer into the game. I think this marker is good for both someone who is starting out in paintball and someone who is midway into the sport, the amazing amount of addons you can add to the thing is well to say the least amazing, you can but basicly anything a tippy 98 of A-5 can use onto the Bt

this marker has amazing reliablity a droped it in a puddle once with mud, paint and water dripping out of the barrel and it fired without a single isuse.

As for any upgrades, defenetly a new barrel because the stock barrel SUCKS i found that i could get a could spred from even 15-20 feet away, i preffer a stock but its really up to you but i think the most important thing would be to ditch the 9 or 12oz tank you get with the marker when you buy and go to a nice HPA tank not only for better acuracy but this marker not being a new and "high-tech" has the little problume of the CO2 freezing the parts if you tip it upside down for to long
Conclusion: if your new to the sport or half way in looking to get a good reliable marker, however if your a die hard paintballer i would recomened going for the bt delta or the TM 7
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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