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Chouie Monday, April 5th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year7 of 12 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: MILSIG K-Series
- MILSIG Marksman Barrel
- Python Compression Kit
- Mobile Air Tank Stock (M.A.T.S.)
- MILSIG Mock Silencer
- MILSIG Stealth Shroud (Discountinued)
- 6 x MILSIG Magazines
Strengths: - A real MILSIM appearance
- No real need for a remote line
- Freedom to move
Weaknesses: - Limiting air supply (~90-100 shots)
- Fixed stock
Review: The Mobile Air Tank Stock (MATS) is a really nice feature. MILSIG has also developed a version for the TIPPMANN A5 for those who want this on their tippy. The MATS really completes the overall realism of the marker. Running off of a 13CI 3000 PSI tank, I was only able to get ~90-100 shots (5-6 magazines) off that tank, some individuals have reported that they are able to reach 6-7magazines. Trust me, one extra magazine (18-19 more shots) makes a big difference. You can however connect your remote line to the fill nipple of the 13CI tank for addition air if you needed to. If you want to, you can thread in an ASA nipple instead of the tank to use a remote line and tank to solve the limiting air supply issue and so you can shoot around tight corners.

Conclusion: Overall, its a wonderful addition if you're aiming for a MILSIM appearance. It is however fairly limiting on air supply. The fix stock makes it somewhat difficult when you're shooting in tight corners. But still a wonderful product overall
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 at 3:18 pm PST

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