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Tippmann Luver Sunday, October 12th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
2 years13 of 15 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Model 98 with expansion chamber. Revy Hopper (X board) Stainless Steal Kit. and Stainless Freak.
The first upgrade I would get is a new Barrel. Though the stock does perform well in speed ball, In wooded or backyard ball I would suggest either the Flatline or the Freak, maybe a Teardrop.
Strengths: The Tippmann is well known for its durability.
Weaknesses: Hard to field strip. Gas hog.
Review: In my two years experience, Tippmann is a great gun. Its performance is barely out done by its strength. Though it may take an extra couple of seconds to field strip I think its worth it. Tippmann with expansion chamber cuts down on the Co2 use. I would recommend even getting a regulator. All in all Tippmanns are awesome
Conclusion: My final recommendation on Tippmann 98 Model or custom is (listed in order of importance). First new barrel, second expansion chamber, third either a drop forward or remote, and last nitro
9 out of 10

Review Comments
CRF32 Sunday, July 4th, 2004 | 5:13 pm PST
I disagree about you saying the Model 98 is a gas hog, I have had my velocity turned up quite a bit and I still got 1000 shots easy off a 20 oz.CO2.

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