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XxDeejxX Sunday, October 18th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Tippmann 98 custom pro E with a flatline system
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5
lapco snapshot barrel
response trigger
48/3000 nitrogen tank
highly recommend lapco snaphot barrel or lapco big shot barrel
Response trigger
Strengths: Accurate
Has a built in cyclone feeding system
Response trigger is amazing
Weaknesses: I have not had one problem with this gun its a perfectly engineered gun
Review: i love this gun and the moment i arrive on the paintball field with this gun in my hands im all set to kick some ass. If your a fan of woodsball and play recreationally this is the gun for you. The response trigger is a must when purchasing this gun howver i suggest buying the edition with the response trigger already built into it, as oppose to buying the response trigger later and setting up. as far the E trigger ( electric system ) goes im not a big fan of it and prefer to use all mechanics on a tippmann because on my old 98 custom pro E the e trigger wasnt a good buy. but i havent used an A5 with the E trigger so it may be worth it but i would go with the response trigger. this gun is easy to use and maintain and perfect,
Conclusion: I highly suggest this gun to anyone who enjoys paintball and wants a good gun for a decent price. This gun is probably an excellent gun to start playing paintball with. The regular a5 costs about 200 but the respnse trigger one cost an extra 50 which is well worth the money.
10 out of 10

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