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hambone Monday, January 5th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year5 of 8 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Some crappy brass eagle
A-5 (liked it more but couldnt afford it)
go with a new barell first after that you can look into other upgrades.
Strengths: key strengths is just that strength
Weaknesses: mine came with a little 9 oz bottle
Review: You can abuse this marker and it will keep firing, droped mine in a creek pulled it out and BLAM!! kept on firing. No matter what kind of ball you are looking at playing this marker can be easily modified to any configuration you desire, Upgrades are cheap except for the e-bolt.
Most fields use these as rentals due to their reliability and ease of maintance. For the price you pay for one you cant find a better marker.
Field stripping is not something you would do duning a game but even so it takes a few minuits to fieldstrip the first time took me about 20 minuits. now it only takes about 4 to dissasemble wipe oil and reassemble. If this is a factor you can purchace thumbscrews to make it a little faster
A lot of people say this marker is heavy but actually it is practicaly the same wieght as most other markers on the field today. It is just that the marker is a little long due to its design and people assume it is heavy

Conclusion: Get it, its cheap reliable easily modified and practically maintance free....but if you have the extra cash go on out and get an A-5
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, March 22nd, 2004 at 7:32 am PST

Review Comments
TXtippmann Friday, August 27th, 2004 | 2:33 pm PST
How can a 9 oz. bottle be a weakness of the marker itself? A 9 oz. bottle is better than no bottle, anyway.

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