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Unregistered User Tuesday, May 21st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
Tippmann A-5, Autocockers
Marker Setup: ATS AT-85 with gas through stock, 23 and 16 inch barrels, bipod, and red dot sight
GO HPA!!!! stay away from CO2
Strengths: *Loud - some consider this bad, but it's really intimating
*Stock parts are top notch
*No expensive upgrades necessary
*Inexpensive for what you get
*Competent, Knowledgeable tech support (not some lackey)
*Hopper less design
*Conversation piece on the field (you will get tired of people asking about it)
*Doesn't break paint
*Best used with Mid - Front players
*ROF 14bps
Weaknesses: *Tech support kinda slow
*Must keep it lubricated
*Good luck finding parts near by
*Clips are a little flimsy and you'll bend some pins at first
Conclusion: Best purchase I ever made. With my spyder I was hitting about 3-6 people a day on the rec field I play at. With my 85, I hit on average about 14, and I still use the same amount of paint. The Tippmann A-5 comes in close in comparison to this, but you need a lot of upgrades to get it to even close. If you've been reading reviews and thinking about getting it, stop reading and buy the damn thing, you'll be glad you did.
NOTE: This is a gun for the mechanically inclined. It's like a swiss watch NO JOKE!
10 out of 10

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