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TiCain Saturday, July 3rd, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
BT-4 Combat, Tippman 98 & Pro carbine, Kingman TLX, Xtra
Marker Setup: J&J 12" barrel, Trinity feed neck, Tippmann electric hopper and rubber grips.
new barrel and trinity feed neck, electric hopper a must.
Strengths: Built very well, easy to clean, eyes work well, looks cool.
Weaknesses: Eyes turn off in full auto, factory type feed neck, factory stock attachment.
Review: I know they don't make this gun anymore but I've enjoyed playing in the woods with it. The gun is built very sturdy and shoots well after ditching the curve ball throwing factory barrel. I don't use the stock, replaced it with a brass plug "painted black" and thumb screw, this works great for me and can disassemble gun quickly if needed. I was planing on upgrading the board in this gun but never did, it works great with eyes on in semi auto and rarely ever chops paint, just don't go full auto or it WILL become a spray gun.
Conclusion: At the time I purchased this gun I was really looking to get a Tippmann A5, but all my buddies had the A5 and I wanted to be different. In playing side by side with the A5s I can honestly say I've had much less troubles with the MR3 then they've had with theirs, that being said I'd recommend as a good dependable woods gun but don't go full auto without a board upgrade. I'm giving it an 8 just because of the brain fart Kingman had of turning the eyes off in full auto, if not for that it would be a 9 easily, still a sweet gun though.
8 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010 at 9:16 am PST

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