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Unregistered User Thursday, April 18th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
2 years
Products Used:
tippman, spyder
Marker Setup: the pure basic. no upgrades and the stock barrel
If you're a bush baller, spray it camo green, and you'll be unstoppable
Strengths: The GT 2000 is extremely durable, and it dosen't break unless you unleash hell on it.
Also, it breaks balls very seldom, and when it does, you can just keep shooting and it will clear the barrel.
It's lateral design makes it Ideal for people used to the feel of regular rifles. The vertical feed makes it easier to aim and eliminates the need for elbows.
It is easy to clean, and the It has very few losable parts
Weaknesses: This gun is pretty innacurate, and the slow rate of fire dosen't help, either.
It is heavy as hell, and It is too heavy around the CO2 canister.
This gun is LOUD when you shoot everyone on the field looks your way.
Conclusion: This is purely a bush ball marker. Mine has lasted through many a firefight, and it has bested autocockers and angels. It is made for the grit of forest battle, and is one of the best choices for the woods.
9 out of 10

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