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bulldawg26 Wednesday, June 9th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyder TL plus with rap4 sniper kit.
Marker Setup: Shocker SFT Black
Freak back
Stiffi tip
Bob long Vert reg
Max-Flo Inline Regulator
CF 68 ci 4500 psi tank
clear evo ll hopper with Z board
Virtue Shocker board
Recommended
Upgrades:
One piece Lapco barrel
remote line
red dot sight when not in sniper mode
longbow feed system
Camo Paint
Strengths: Accurate
intimidating
versatile/ modular
well built.
Weaknesses: Loud
On the heavy side
PITA to put back together when following manual
Review: I'm impressed.

So my review: On the newer T9.1 elite FS (First Strike ready)

The marker is a sight to see. The pictures don't make it justice. It shoots great and is very intimidating. I ran about 100 rounds trough it today at work. My co-workers just couldn't keep their hands off it. Very accurate but could use a 1 piece barrel for the full sniper mode. Come first strike ready. To be honest I'm not paying for FS rounds not worth it. I'll stick to regular paintballs. Comes with a Laser, flashlight, forward grip, collapsable stock, pistol sights, mock silencer, Bi-pod and a remote line kit. Everything came in a hard case that is pretty strong and good foam interior with modular pieces. So you can create a good cut out for your equipment. The scope is great for paintball. I wouldn't go hunting with the thing but it works well. I like the fact that you can shoot from a hoper and the clip with a simple turn of the barrel. So if you have a longbow system you run 20 or so balls from the LB system and 8 balls from the clip or have multiple clips, users choice. I put your standard hoper on today and shot as fast as I could. No chops out of a full hopper. Breaks down in multiple types of settings. From assault rifle, CQB marker or sniper setup to your basic pistol. Bi-pod is kinda loose on the rail system. I'm trying to figure out how to make it tighter. One thing I did not like was the manual. It SUCKS!!!! I took the T9 apart in under 10 minutes. But putting it back together is a PITA. I had to go to youtube and watch every single video on how to put it back together. It ended up being the trigger spring that kept getting in the way and didn't let the clip slide in correctly. In no way does the manual talk or show that spring. But apart from that the thing is beast. Will be talking it out on Sat for a good field test. Got the longbow feed system so no hopper for me.

Conclusion: So I do recommend getting the T9.1 Elite for those who enjoy accuracy and scenario games. Looks good and works great. But it will be a learning curve for those who never played with a mechanical marker and are used to shooting paint ropes. Stealth is key and trowing paint defeats the purpose of thus marker.

I got this system because I'm getting back into scenario games and got tired of fast pace games. It will be tough going back to mechanical markers but cost less in paint lol.

I'll keep you posted once I get a few real life games under my belt with this marker.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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