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Ubel Monday, April 14th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
tippman 98c
Marker Setup: av gt commando 2 with a 16" 32 deg night stikk
new barrel, stock is not good at all
Strengths: it has very easy pressure adjust, the stock is nice for balance,
Weaknesses: the stock barrel will chop balls
Review: this is a well balanced gun, its good for woods ball and you should get this gun if you are going to play a sniper roll. any newbies out there should get this gun, it is cheep but a good gun, I even like this gun over the 98c. but I'm not saying this is the best gun if you can I would get a A-5
Conclusion: this is a good marker for 2 reasons, its very easy for newbies and its a good marker at a cheep price
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 4:09 pm PST

Review Comments
g_splat Wednesday, February 11th, 2004 | 1:06 pm PST
Listen, there are several things you need to do:

1.) Sell that marker as soon as possible.
2.) Buy a Tippmann 98, A-5 whatever, even a Spyder.
3.) Understand that in paintball, the sniper role is moot. The balls are not all exactally the same, filled with liquid, and very lite so your ability to be truely accurate in a "sniper" role is excessively low.

I hate to see new guys in the game waste their money on sub-standard markers. A Tippmann or Spuder is MUCH more reliable, easier to work on, and actually a better buy in the long run. Sorry pal.

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