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radar420 Saturday, December 20th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
none that looks or feels similar but for acuracy and power a good competition is either the alpha or bravo one's.... also military training tools for canadian and us armies.
Marker Setup: stock type 68.... i've been looking for parts, i want to buy an under folding stock and a bipod... other then that im working on a few projects and im gonna make my own stocks and foregrip pieces... my side-folder is almost done and looking beautiful
Recommended
Upgrades:
NEEDS TO BE MADE:

scope mounts, bi-pods, barrels (especially a rifled barrel)
Strengths: ACCURACY IS KEYYYY add some orings on the barrel... I LUV THE WEIGHT good workout.
Weaknesses: Co2 tank feels uncomfy with the stock (buy hose)... huge mask + small sights = problem
Review: MY VOTE 9 BECAUSE IT NEEDS MORE PARTS AND WHAT NOT.................AND A MANUAL......... IN ENGLISH. notify me.

if you're looking to upgrade it (ie: new stocks, foregrips, barrels, bi-pods, scopes and what not) then ur better off going with the tippmann a-5 or x-7 (more then enough to choose from)... if u like it for the authentic look and power then its a great choice especially price-wise.
Conclusion: I LUV IT.... its very very durable, i havent run it over n dont plan to but i no it can hack a mack truck none the less... plus i dont even have a squeegee or nutin wen i get i jam i usually turn my gun upside down n shoot a few times but i accidentally got a hole but of sande in the bolt and under the trigger n everything it shot like it was brand new...... if u ever come accross a problem though, good luck.... last time i went to a shop n the guy looked at me like i was about to rob him didnt no it was a replica lol never seen one b4 he didnt even no how to take it apart good thing nothing was really wrong with my gun it was just a snapped o-ring in the bolt (probably from showing off its durability.... ya its great but dont get carried away)

AND 1 MORE THING.... ALL OF U PPL WHO SAY TAKING OFF THE STOCK REDUCES THE WEIGHT...... HAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHA U TURDSSSS YA IT REDUCES THE WEIGHT BUT NOW WHERES UR STABILITY???? THE WHOLE POINT OF A STOCK IS TO STABLIZE THE GUN TO UR SHOULDER AND RELIEF THE STRESS OF WEIGHT...... THEREFORE..... TAKING OFF THE STOCK WOULD ACTUALLY MAKE IT FEEL HEAVIER........but no.. ppl dont think these days -_-
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 20th, 2008 at 5:21 am PST
 

Review Comments
sledgehammer Saturday, February 14th, 2009 | 3:14 pm PST
I use to have one , actualy it was an warsensor wg47 , and i dont care what you say they are JUNK , mine wouldent recock and the bolt jamed all the time, had it for a week and then sold it for more then i paid for it to some other sucker. tacammo is no different uses same crappy parts. i guess you will find out the hard way
   

JesterTLS Saturday, March 14th, 2009 | 5:06 am PST
The WG47 is a totally different marker then the Tacamo Type 68's. I had to check with the guy that use to run Tacamo to make sure, as I wasnt sure myself if they were just a rebadge of the Tacamo's. They do look close.

Basicly with a Tacamo since its design is so close to Spyders, you're gonna run into the same kind of issue you would with a Spyder or Spyder clone. Gotta keep them clean. That is the main thing right there. This is what gives people the most trouble with Spyder clones. Then the occasional oring or cup seal.

   

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