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pmiboyz Friday, January 2nd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
2 years
Products Used:
tippman 98
bt- elite
Marker Setup: spyder electra
Pronto Barrel
Pure Energy 3000psi
Evo hopper
the only upgrades are the different kits that can make it look like other guns like M16 and AK47 M4 ect.
Strengths: Durable
Weaknesses: Low bps
No chops
Review: this is my fields rental gun so you know it durable. when i used it because my gun broke it was better than i expected. It had no chops. The only problem was the low bps. It has a hard trigger so it is almost impossible to walk and it is only a single trigger. If you play woods ball these wont bother you. it is also quiet good for woods ball. Its is relatively a cheap gun. There are no esential upgrades. No need for a electronic hopper. If you want your gun to look cool I recommend a M16 upgrade.
Conclusion: If you are a speed ball player don't get this gun. If you are a new player who doesnt want a lot of maintnence buy this gun. the only reason I give this a nine is because of the BPS otherwise its flawless it should really be a 9 and 2/3
9 out of 10

Review Comments
outoftowner Friday, January 2nd, 2009 | 10:23 pm PST
just to elaborate....why did you put no chops in the weaknesses section?

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