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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $5

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Replacement Reciever Push-Pins for the A-5
Product Availability 
The Tippmann Replacement Push-Pins are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Kevin M. Monday, April 2nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Original Pins
Marker Setup: A-5
All American Barrel Back with 10'' Red Freak Front
Vortex Mod
Lightning Rod
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
APE Rampage Board
APE Pro trigger
Opsgear Folding Stock
Ricochet Hopper
Oxygen & Co2 Tanks
Advanced Tactical Rail Shrowd
Tactical Scope Riser
30mm NcStar Tactical Red Dot
Tac Light
Black Offset Hopper Neck
Strengths: They are new
Weaknesses: They can break?
Review: I just got these a little while ago due to nessesity. One of my pins broke during teching and( stupid... I know) I tried to use my marker with only three pins. My theory was that the marker needed only three pins... The one for the grip frame, the one for the back plate, and the one that goes through both. I decided that the pin that goes through the tombstone was only extra saftey and was unnessisary (in retrospect lucky I did not kill myself) It turns out that if you operate with the tombstome pin missing, a massive air leak ensues, meaning that a full 3000/48 air tank was drained with only 200 balls.
Do yourself a favour, if they break, replace them.
Conclusion: Good and Cheap, Does the job
10 out of 10
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tippmann4life2 Wednesday, August 27th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
6 months
Products Used:
only used the a-5 that had fieldstrip pins
Marker Setup: tippmann A-5
e-grip with was board
14" linear all American barrel
retractable car stock
offset red dot scope
Strengths: They work great and wont come out if you don't push them
Weaknesses: They break easily
Review: I have played with my a5 for about 3 months now and the pins work decently but there are some minor setbacks including...
You just about have to have a hammer to get them out of the gun (a plus and a minus)
they do break easily but they are very inexpensive and easy ti find,and if you want you're stock off or you trigger you can dissemble it easily.

Never heard of titanium or any alternative but there could be one out there.
Conclusion: If this was and optional product i would recommend it but its not optional,if you can find titanium or another tougher metal buy those
9 out of 10
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