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WussyPballer Saturday, June 8th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Brass Eagle Talon
Kingman Spyder Compact Deluxe (w/ upgrades)
Tippmann Model 98
Marker Setup: J&J Ceramic, Phsyco drop, palm stabalizer, eblot, double trigger, etc
J&J Ceramic, drop
Strengths: Even though this is electronic, it's very easy to keep clean and basically take care of. It's not like all of the other electro markers. They're all very compilcated and most of the time you have to take them to a pro-shop to get them fixed. But the Tippman 98-E, you can take it aprart and put it back together in no time.
Weaknesses: The only thing that I dont like about this gun is the length. It's very long. Depending on the nitro you have, it can get very heavy. Some people like heavy guns, but I dont.
Conclusion: Overall this is an excellent gun. I've used better, but for the price and just being a tippman, it's worth the money. I would highly recommend getting this gun as soon as you can get it. The only problem is, is that not a lot of places carry it. You'll probbaly have to buy the 98 Custom and put the upgrades on ur self.
10 out of 10

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