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TiCain Saturday, July 3rd, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
BT-4 combat, Tippmann 98 & Pro carbine, Spyder MR3, TLX , older Xtra
Marker Setup: 09 Xtra is stock set-up
Recommended
Upgrades:
Most likely an electric hopper and 12" J&J barrel for a little extra reach.
Strengths: Very compact, built well "no plastic", accuracy is good for stock barrel.
Weaknesses: For the money spent, none so far.
Review: I bought this gun to have as an extra so I could have around when somebody wanted to give paintball a try. This is a great gun for someone just getting started, it's made very well, VERY easy to clean and work on, stock barrel accuracy is not bad at all. Around a thousand balls were put through the gun on Saturday by my buddie's 9yr old son "newbie" with not a single break, that's impressive, much nicer to play and not have to work on a gun all day.
I really like the all metal build of this gun, throw in a factory clamping feed neck and expansion chamber, what a sweet little gun for $94.00. I did notice he would out shoot his gravity hopper at times, but never did have a ball break, I'll probably pick up an inexpensive electric hopper and all will be well.
Conclusion: I've had very good luck with Kingman markers and this is just another. This gun is made very well, shoots strait with the factory barrel and will be a breeze to work on and clean, a perfect gun as a back-up or for a newbie, it's not a speedball gun, but for the woods it does Kingman proud.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010 at 7:36 am PST
 

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