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PBGolfR32 Thursday, August 6th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 7 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: BT4 Combat, all stock (apex and rip clip in the future)
20 oz Pure Energy Co2 (camo sleeve cover)
Basic 200 round hopper for now. Looking to get a rip clip in the future.

I'd recommend a new barrel, but the stock barrel on the combat is excellent and does the trick.
Strengths: Appearance
Customization (a-5 barrels, 98 stocks and internals)
Weaknesses: None so far
Review: Me and my buddies decided to paintball randomly after playing some Modern Warfare.. no joke lol and anyways they ended up getting all Tippmanns (two a-5's and an alpha), so when it was time for me to shop around I stumbled across the BT-4 Combat. In the glass case it looked a lot like a Tippmann product and insanely close to the A-5 so I thought that I'd try it out. When I first picked up the marker and took aim, it felt great. It's weight was perfect (I prefer a more heavy marker then a lighter marker) and it just felt right in my hands. I decided to buy the marker for $149.99 which wasn't really too bad because most places on the net are selling it for $169.99. After doing some researching I couldn't believe that the BT stood for Ben Tippmann. It made me happy knowing that I was getting a Tippmann quality product for a really good price. Also the marker had no problem keeping up with the a-5s in accuracy tests etc.

The packaging on the other hand isn't the greatest as it doesn't include a starter squeegee, hopper or mask, which I was hoping it would include. There is no stock included in the package as well but really who cares.
Conclusion: For the right price this gun is perfect. You're getting a Tippmann quality marker without paying too much for it. The upgrades available for this gun match that of the upgrades for the 98 and a5. If you're a starter paintballer like me and is looking to make your first purchase on a marker, look no further, this marker is the right choice and the right price.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, August 22nd, 2009 at 6:59 am PST

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