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6 of 10 people found this review helpful.
Great Mil-slim look
has mag which has tool storage
When you first open it you fall in love. Has a very cool looking look. When i first took it to the field it rocked, very fun to hold, is very accurate, good for back players, and covering people. You can store your o rings, allen wrenches in your magazine, so you repair if u are in a battle.
The only reason i wont give it a 10, is its a copy of the Tippmann alpha black, and its very heavy.
Dispute: I believe that the weight of a gun doesn't make it trash worthy. anyone that has ever held or shot a real gun knows that paintball guns tend to be lighter... I just don't find that having the weight of a gun a good point to make as a weakness... maybe the only weakness is the one writing the review
Last edited on Sunday, July 4th, 2010 at 6:38 pm PST
I think weight shouldn't be considered a weakness but a personal preference, I myself like a heavier gun but would not consider reviewing a gun that's light and calling it a weakness.
That's my personal opinion.
My BT Omega review coming soon.
Last edited on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010 at 11:15 am PST
Omega isnt a a copy of the Alpha Black, it is a competitor with it. Both guns resemble an M-16/AR-15/M4. The BT Omega does a much better job doing this. The Alpha Black feels cheap and isnt an accurate replica, main weakness being the long carry handle that is not the proper slope to use rail adaptors designed for the real gun its trying to copy. Also the Alpha Black is plastic, while the BT Omega is Alluminum. With them being the same price, the Omega wins in every category, unless you consider weight a disadvantage.