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matt88-8 Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Marker Setup: t-storm stock setup with veiwlooker hopper
Recommended
Upgrades:
-longer barrel
-new hopper
Strengths: -Light, looks cool,
-Cheap,
- Doesnt chop
-off-set hopper
-Easy field stripping
Weaknesses: -Longer break -in period,-
-Stock barrel sucks, -
-Only 8 balls persecond -
-Needs new hopper! -
noisy,
Review: I havent had much paintball exp. but ive used a few good guns and a bad one or to, and have to say i like this one. i like how light it is and how it reacts, it isnt the fastest gun so dont overuse the double trigger, and it needs a new barrel, )they look like sypder treads so you should be able to get one cheap,:) also the hopper sucks, it always falls of and so you might want to get a new one or glue this on on, the one in the pictures is differnt than the one i have so i cant say much about it. its a great kit for the price but i had trouble breaking it in, it easly ate 500 paintballs before it setteled down but once it does it fires nicley. nice to have the sights but there not much good over 25-30 feet longer barrel should help this. the construction is seemingly solid no tippmann but it should hold. its also very noisy not much good for sniping gives you away to easy. the field stripping is nice just pull the cocking pin at the top and theres the bolt pull the relese pin and theres the hammer. takes like a minute and a have to clean,oil and put back together
Conclusion: Over all a good gun for the price.
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, July 28th, 2009 at 10:23 am PST
 

Review Comments
'Ol Paintless Sunday, July 24th, 2011 | 6:45 pm PST
Dispute:
Your review body is a list of everything you don't like about this paintball gun. Also, you state in your 'strengths' section that it doesn't chop paintballs but in your review you state that it 'ate the first 500'! I am willing to bet you my brass eagle that you either don't play paintball anymore or your old Brass Eagle has crapped out on you. Seriously, these things are terrible. The plastic looks sturdy but it's no tippmann? tippmanns are made out of drop forged aluminum so, yea, its no tippmann. A better comparison to make would have been with BT, which has plastic bodied guns. And the T Storm is no BT. The plastic in the receiver of the T Storm is actually so soft I can scratch it with my fingernail. It's garbage. The T Storm is Garbage. This review is innaccurate. If you would like to debate the merits of the T Storm please respond to this. I notice everybody who has ever written a positive review of a T Storm never defends my flagging of their review as innaccurate. I'm guessing for one of three reasons - 1) Their T Storm broke and upset them so much they dont paintball anymore 2) Their T Storm broke and they realize I'm right or 3) They stopped playing paintball altogether either before or after their T storm broke and dont care about frequenting this site anymore. Let me know if I'm wrong.
   

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