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Mark00A-5 Monday, January 13th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
BKO Bushmaster
Marker Setup: Tippmann c98 - PhycoB Dropforward - 4500 psi crossfire nitro - Double trig - Low pressure kit - VL 12revy /w x-board - Boblong torpedo regulator
Strengths: Converts to low pressure (self explanitory)
Less noise, only thing I hear is the bolt when I shoot now
Less recoil, rear bolt recreases this by far
A must if your going to go ebolt
Increased my accuracy a little, I'm guessing its because there is less pressure needing to be evened out inside the barrel, providing a smoother trajectory, also air should do this too, as its alot cleaner.
Weaknesses: Psh... Heres were things start to get dirty...

I purchised mine at my tippmann proshop, they hooked it up, gave it back... not a problem. When I went to test it at home, it wouldnt recock itself or work properly at all. I brought it back and they sent it to tippmann, they couldnt figure out what was wrong. So it took me about 3 weeks to get it set up fully.

A little pricy, but all tippmann products are, get them off ebay, ask your proshop to hook em up for you.
Conclusion: Good product, after it was all done and I got it back, I couldnt have been happier, I loved it. Worthwhile upgrade, dont listen to people who say *puts on retarded sounding voice* "duhhh, you could have baught a cocker by now" because even after a cocker, you arent going to use it stock, not only that, cockers are harder to keep running anyway (cuz they have timing and all that buloni), I'll stick to my simple tippmann if you dont mind.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Mark00A-5 Saturday, April 5th, 2003 | 11:57 am PST

I would just like to thank all of you that voted helpfull on my review, it helps keep it on top so that the people looking for reliable and to-the-point information about this product find it fast without having to scroll through countless other reviews. Thanks again

Mark! :)

PBManiacMcMiles Saturday, November 1st, 2003 | 7:56 pm PST
Its says HIGH PRESSURE KIT at the top. Not low pressure kit

Korndog Saturday, March 6th, 2004 | 9:58 am PST
I see that u have a Bob Long torpedo reg it will work fine with this kit right ??????????????????
Last edited on Saturday, March 6th, 2004 at 9:58 am PST

BROKENCONDOM Monday, June 21st, 2004 | 12:24 am PST
Originally posted by PBManiacMcMiles
Its says HIGH PRESSURE KIT at the top. Not low pressure kit

<< It shouldn't be "High Pressure Kit". It's supposed to be Low pressure kit. Pbreview made a mistake.
Last edited on Monday, June 21st, 2004 at 9:18 pm PST

toothpastedog Wednesday, December 1st, 2004 | 9:45 pm PST
it should be hp kit because it is make to work with hpa (high pressure air) tanks, not co2. hp is reffering to the pressure in the hpa tank, 3000-5000psi, while a co2 tank would be compairably lp, 700-1200psi.

LAMB_OF_GOD Friday, January 20th, 2006 | 2:27 pm PST
its called HP because your supposed to use a nitro or compressed air on it which is HP but the kit lowers the operating pressure of the gun

smileyEP Sunday, June 17th, 2007 | 11:26 pm PST
its not buloni its bologna oscar meyer commercial says so. Sorry that its not really relevant to paintball but it bugged me.

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