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BT4 Assault Monday, February 8th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year4 of 6 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Smart Parts 20"
Stock BT barrels
Marker Setup: BT4 Assault
Airsoft modified mag
BT Bipod
Tippmann FOG shroud
BT Flashsight
Trinity M16 sight
Tasco Reddot
Flasc Silencer
This barrel accepts anything. I've used Draxxus and XO.
Strengths: - function (cannoniser & Apex)
- looks (other 3 tips)
- durability
Weaknesses: - Nothing
Review: I initially bought this product when trying to modify my marker to look like an assault rifle. Since then, I've used the different tips for looks or the simple function of scaring the opposing force. The cannoniser tip makes more noise than anything else I've heard on the field. This is one of two functional tips. The other is the Apex adaptable tip. These both allow for the user to complete a different task - keeping heads down or curving balls out of the barrel.

The other three tips all complete a barrel with a true military look.

All in all, this is one of the best buys for a woodsballer.
Conclusion: I think this product is a must for any woodsballer looking for a good milsim look. The customability is worth the money.
10 out of 10

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