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Tiberius Arms Tiberius Arms T8.1 Pistol
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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $200

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The T8.1 pistol by Tiberius Arms comes equipped to fire the revolutionary new First Strike projectiles, in addition to standard .68 caliber paintballs. It features a hard anodized, solid aluminum upper receiver that provides unmatched durability. A removable under-mount tac-rail is included which allows the mounting of picatinny accessories. The new side dovetailed iron sights, and dual rubber detents improve both versatility and performance compared to the original T8. The new T8.1 features an upgraded magazine that is lightweight, all metal, field strips for cleaning in seconds, and features a low profile tool-less quick puncture for changing 12 grams on the fly.
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The Tiberius Arms Tiberius Arms T8.1 Pistol is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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meek and sleek Wednesday, July 7th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month20 of 20 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Warsensor Zeus G2+
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5: 14" JJ barrel, G36C rail and shroud, quick exhaust piston housing, extending CAR stock, M4 clip, and a shoulder strap I bought from a local sporting goods store

Tiberius T8.1: stock gun with extra clip and leg holster

Warsensor Zeus G2+: stock gun with extra clip and leg holster

Smart Parts Ion: quick exhaust valve, Empire Re-loader B
Strengths: -Light
-Compact
-Efficient
-Comes pre-set up for First Strike paintballs

Weaknesses: Slow reload time when player does not have extra clips
Review: This is my first review. You don't have to be kind, just be fair please.

The T 8.1 is a very nice little pistol. Since I am new to the whole Tiberius line, I decided to start off my venture with this marker. I found that it shoots very accurately, feels great in the hand, and the clips can be interchanged quickly. I assume that the predecessor to the T8.1, the T8, worked much along the same lines, and I have heard that the clips ARE backward compatible. The clips themselves allow for the 12 gram CO2 canister to be punctured right in the clips themselves, which also seals off the canister to prevent air loss when clips are interchanged, and they hold 8 rounds in total. I found that the pistol will shoot almost exactly 24 regular paintballs on a single canister. The gun comes pre-set up for the First Strike Paintballs, and can also shoot regular paintballs with decent accuracy. Also, the gun can be customized quite extensively with various rails and shrouds being available for it to the best of my knowledge. Personally, I feel the gun looks great on its own.

When placed against my Zeus G2+, I noticed that the T8.1 is a smaller pistol in physical size, with the construction being just as sturdy as the Zeus. The ability to remove the CO2 canister from the pistol itself is what I found to be an advantage to the Zeus, since with the Zeus you basically need to either run out the CO2 or allow the remaining air to escape before removing it from the gun. As well, I was hearing rumors that the Zeus will no longer be made, so that also made the T8.1 more attractive as well.

The main downfall I found with the T8.1 is the slow reload time if you have only the stock clip. You are forced to insert each round one by one, which can be a pain, however this can be remedied by getting more clips which allows for reloading to be done quickly.
Conclusion: I completely recommend this pistol. Its design and performance is top notch, and I am very impressed with the gun overall.

A word of caution: if you plan on making this your main gun, I suggest investing in a few clips so when you run out of ammo, you are not left vulnerable while trying to reload.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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jjps Sunday, July 31st, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
1 year13 of 13 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
My friend's Kingman .48 cal.
Marker Setup: BT Delta
T8.1 with Tactical holster
Recommended
Upgrades:
I haven't bought any except a tactical holster.
Strengths: Accurate, not to heavy, good for CQB, primary and secondary weapon.
Weaknesses: I have had balls break, but it was cheap paint.
Review: I use this gun as a primary weapon now because I play CQB style. It has made it easier for me to get up ladders, go through windows, sprint and sneak around. It packs a good punch and it accurate. I can clear room and carry a riot shield. I use a rubber knife at my field so this means I can have the knife in one hand and the gun in the other.

The only two problems I have had have been at my fault. I bought cheap paint and it broke in the gun when I inserted the mag but I should have known better. The second problem I had was with an o-ring breaking but this was because I tightened a screw too much.

Overall I have never had a problem with this gun.
Conclusion: I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a pistol. It is reliable, and a good sidearm as well as a primary. It has got me through some situations.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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