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jrodballin03 Saturday, November 29th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
2 years
Products Used:
tippmann 98 custon
Marker Setup: brass eagle t-storm
longer barrel it can use spyder barrels
Strengths: Cheap.
Shoots ok for the what you pay.
Weaknesses: Innacurate.
Shoots slow.
Review: ive used this gun for about a year and i cant stand it. Its shoots to slow for one, mine chops paint like crazy, and it is very innacurate. If you want to get this gun i would advise you not to. If you are gonna get this gun i would advise you to get a longer and better barrel. My brass eagle t-storm cant stand up against the tippmanns or ion my friends have. I guess its ok for woodsball but dont use for speedball, it shoots to slow. If you want to get of gun for speedball i would recomend a smartparts ion xe.
Conclusion: Dont buy if you pay speedball, ok for woods ball.
5 out of 10

Review Comments
'Ol Paintless Sunday, July 24th, 2011 | 6:51 pm PST
Sometimes I use a pump gun in speedball and I do just fine.. How well you do is dependant more on strategy than rate of fire.

I agree that the T Storm is terrible, though - just awful. To think - Brass Eagle USED to make quality stuff.. I wonder what happened..

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