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GIZMO8Z Wednesday, October 1st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
4 years4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
I've used pretty much any high or low end paintball marker you could think of.
Marker Setup: Custom Built, Dust Blue WGP Orr-accle Bodied 'Cocker W/ Chrome E-Blade, Chrome WGP Black Magic Reg, Chrome Grip Feed Neck, Red Shocktech Pneumatics/ KAPP Cosmetics ,14" DYE boomstick & 45/45 Nitro Duck Tuff Skin HPA Tank.
Recommended
Upgrades:
~Aftermarket Barrel.
~Drop Forward.
Strengths: ~BUILT LIKE A TANK.
~Easy to take care of/clean.
~Good performance.
~Many upgrades.
Weaknesses: ~Stock Barrel is terrible.
~W/O dropforward, this marker is long.
Review: The Tippmann M98 is by far the best entry level marker on the market today. It's built tough to handle anything an inexperianced player could throw at it. Because of this, many paintball fields today use this marker as its rental model. For example, I work at Rush Paintball in Poughkeepsie, NY (shameless plug) and we use tippmann 98s as our rental. One day the sliding door on our supply van wouldn't close, so we used a tippmann m98 to hammer it closed. THE MARKER WORKED GOOD AS NEW AFTERWARDS! In addition to its sheer duribility, the M98 is easy to take care of and clean (just lube it up and hose it off), its line of upgrades is unending, and it has the ability to keep up with markers 5X its cost.

However, the M98 does have its drawbacks. It's stock barrel is terrible, and with out a drop forward, its really long.
Conclusion: If your new to paintball and want a reliable marker to get you started, or your a veteran whose looking for a rock solid backup, the Tippmann M98 is for you!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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