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maverick_26 Monday, July 28th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Less than a month
Products Used:
Tippmann model 98 w/response trigger
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5
20oz Co2
32 degrees expansion chamber
V-Force Shield Rental
Just ordered E-Grip
Strengths: Rate of fire, PULL 2 pins and put it on, Easy battery change, 5 modes
Weaknesses: Uses up paintballs fast. Turn rate of fire down.
Review: When I first recieved my E-Grip it looked hard to install. But it really wasn't, I just had to put a 9 Volt battery in the grip. Pull 2 pins that hold the grip on, pull the old grip off, slip the E-Grip on, and finally put the 2 pins right back in. Total Time: 2 minutes. At first, when I bought the A-5 I thought when it said field strip it in about 90 seconds, I thought it was just some sales crap to make you buy the gun. But as I noticed, "I was wrong!"

Conclusion: Overall the E-Grip is one of the best upgrades you can buy for your A-5. Since it runs off a 9 Volt battery, it wont use up some of your Co2/Air like the Response Trigger. Highly recommended item for anyone.
10 out of 10

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