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halfpint37 Monday, October 28th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
Tippman 98 w/flatline, Sheridan XTS Nemesis
Marker Setup: M3 Patriot Sniper w/Armson Pro series barrel
New bolt? new barrel, electro hopper, nitro
Strengths: The gun worked flawlessly. It shoot's extremely fast due to the very light trigger pull. Has multiple modes of fire (although you should probably only use semi unless you like to waste paint). Stock barrel is ok, doesn't break paint. I didn't need an electro hopper and I could shoot pretty fast without breaking.
Weaknesses: It came with a plastic trigger, but also with an aluminum one, but when I tried to install the aluminum trigger it wouldn't fit, so I had to use a dremel. But now it is even better with the aluminum trigger I think it has a quicker trigger pull now.
Conclusion: All in all a great gun for beginner and experienced players alike. Hasn't broken any paint, fast trigger, multiple modes of fire, good use of CO2. Great gun, if you are considering buying it I would definately suggest it you can get it for $185 and it is worth overy bit.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 12:45 am PST

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