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unforgiven124 Sunday, December 29th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested4 of 6 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Paintball Blowgun, slingshot, hand
Marker Setup: Stock STO autococker (still in the process of upgradeing)
47ci tank
a new gun, a razor blade (youll want to slit your wrists when you realized that you actually payed money for this), Letter Bomb (for mokal)
Strengths: Good? Theres nothing good about this hunk of trash, Cheaper spyders are better. Dont waste your money. If you buy this, stick you head in a gas oven and take a few deep breaths.
Weaknesses: -Everything
-Chops paint like a crazy mother
-Stock barrel makes paint curve worse then the blowgun i used
-Slingshot is actually a step up
-Loud a hell
-If you hit what your aiming at.... consider it a good day
Conclusion: Dont Buy this. If you do consider some of my advice from up top.
1 out of 10

Review Comments
P4p3Rc1iP Friday, September 15th, 2006 | 9:16 am PST
What a great review!

Last edited on Friday, September 15th, 2006 at 9:16 am PST

sledgehammer Monday, October 23rd, 2006 | 6:13 am PST
this guy has never given the gun a fair chance!!!! the titan is by far the most reliable simple to use , clean , inline blowback in paintball history .... period!!!!!!!! sure 98c is more upgradable but absolutley not as tough as titan, two years ago i threw mine as hard as i could at a concrete wall after losing a game, swear to god nothing broke but the cheap plastic grips, replaced them with dye stikys and kept the gun for another two and half years with no problems at alll!!!!! try doing that with your 98c buddy!!!

HomerSS Saturday, December 2nd, 2006 | 10:49 pm PST
I agree with sledgehammer...the Titans are as tough as nails and easy to maintain. Had one but lost it at the local field and now I can't find another one :( ...oh well life goes on.
I also have a Tippmann Model 98 (9 years old) friend was fooling around with it at his apartment and fell from 11 floors up...still worked!!! - True story.
I also don't believe in just testing a product for a day or so and then judge it. I was disappointed in my Tippmann 98 at first...used it stock and didn't know much about paintball at the time. After using it a few more times, learning about it's function, and then upgrading, it is the best marker (thus far) I have ever used. The Titan I once had as a backup (6 months), I never had the chance to upgrade or learn more about it before it was stolen...but it was one solid marker and in my opinion is one of the finest markers on the market!!!

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