These T68 Special Edition are built to get you right into the action. Each unit comes with the internal flexi-air already installed. All you need to attach your air and get into the game. T68 markers are all metal construction and comes with a 5 year warranty from defects in manufacturing or material - one of the longest product warranties you'll find in the industry. T68 Special Edition is limited in supply, these units will only be available while supplies last.
The Real Action Paintball T68 Special Edition is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
If you want a good marker and not to spend so much money on upgrades, you should really buy this marker. It is only known as the special because of the barrel and handguard that it uses. Other than that, you can use any barrel on it. What is so cool about the barrel is that, you can through on a 3 inch barrel tip on there, (like the one that you can through on the t68 pistol or the smg). But, other than that, works awesome. The stock barrel that comes with it is a little bit loud. I believe it's because there is no portings. I wouldn't recomend sticking with the stock barrel, go for a 10"-14". Besides that, you cannot go wrong with ordering the starter package deal with it for another 50.00. You cannot beat that with what comes with package.
I would highly recomend buying this marker with the bonus package if you choose to do so. But, the price is not all that bad for just the marker alone. For a marker w/o any internal upgrades, it shoots awesome.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 25th, 2010 at 1:54 pm PST
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Amazingly strong build.
Realistic as it gets!
Magazine fed = lots of fun.
No Stock Sites,
Magazine release tends to get stuck open, making reloading impossible.
I've been looking at getting a T68 for years, but all the bad rumors held me off. I finally got the "Bravo" edition recently, hearing all the issues were squashed. Out of the box, this thing felt amazing. As a military man, it feels the same as an actual rifle.
UNBOXING: Out of the box, this thing felt amazing. As a military man, it feels the same as an actual rifle. The build is all metal, but not too heavy. Only drawback is it has no stock sites. I took it out to shoot and immediately noticed it was probably the most accurate paintball marker I've ever shot.
The magazines are sturdy and easy to load, but if you tap the detents in the mag, the balls fly out. It's part of the loading procedure for the gun, so make sure to tape them up before heading out and losing all your paint on the field.
FIELD TEST, GAME 1: Before I played, I made sure to buy some more magazines, as they only hold 20 balls each. I also buy a decent Red Dot Site off amazon.The marker performs great, but near the end of the game, I encounter a huge problem. The magazine release button is stuck and the gun wont hold the magazine in place. The magazine detents unlock, and shoot the balls everywhere.
FIELD TEST, GAME 2: Now knowing that the magazine release is iffy, I keep my eye on it. This game turns out fine.
If you're into the realistic feel, and want a magazine fed gun, then this is your choice. Just be wary of the magazine release, and the easy-to-open magazines. Other than that, this marker is amazing. I'm looking forward to using it more often.