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jhoxie77 Thursday, January 23rd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
6 months
Products Used:
Um, just a Tippmann Custom 98, shot some other guns at the paintball range.
Marker Setup: E-99, Empire Reloader 12V, 20oz CO2, stock barrel
motorized hopper, new barrel
Strengths: Light
Nice balance with the 20oz CO2 attached
Shoots fast
Trigger DOES adjust closer to the firing sensor (other people said it didn't)
Easy to work on and fix if problems occur
Great all around gun for beginners
Sounds intimidating when it is fired
Best gun for the $175 to $200 range
Looks good too
Weaknesses: Nothing. Best bang for the buck. The only thing I would get is the Spyder ESP LCD trigger frame. Not that you really need it. It just looks cool.
Conclusion: I have played against people with more expensive guns and it hasn't made a difference. I've kept up with them and my gun probably cost me hundreds of dollars less. Remember, the gun doesn't make you a better player. I have shown some of my friends my gun and they have gone out and gotten their own E-99's. Other friends have gone out without talking to me and descided on their own to pick the E-99. I think it is one of the best electronic markers for a reasonable price.
10 out of 10

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