BT rip clip w/ X7 low profile hopper
Any other upgrades are really your choice to make a good thing even better :)
Accessorizing ability (rails)
Easy to Maintain
Cant use sights without BT Rip Clip
Magazine feels weak
So i decided to go down to my local pro shop today and test out new markers. I haven't played paint ball in about a year and all this woods ball stuff was never really my thing but i figured id give it another go.
Now to the review, I shot the TM-15 today with a remote line setup and my torque. Well i was astonished on how much it shot just like the mini. It shoots ropes for a woods ball marker, with great shot grouping stock as well. There is like the slightest amount of kick, i could hardly even feel it. Its also very light, I'm not a very big or strong person and i feel like i could run a marathon with this thing.
The marker itself is amazing, its got lots of rails for all the hardcore tactical guys who wanna load it up with sights, lights and lasers. Also the maintenance is so simple. pretty much just pop of the back hatch and pull everything out, very easy. This thing feels pretty solid as well, i pretty much threw it at the floor (after i bought it of course lol) and it didnt even seem to phase it. The only worry i have is breaking the mock magazine, it feels a little flimsy.
Ill update after i get out and play my first event with it. Ill know all about the efficency and all the flaws after a 24 hour game for sure.
Overall this is an amazing marker. I never expected a woods ball marker to offer me so much. This is definately one of my favourite discoveries at my local pro shop. The only downfall is the inability to use the sights which can be fixed by just getting a rip clip.
This marker gets an 8 out of 10, nothings perfect. but this thing with upgrades can be damn near close