Tippmann is reintroducing a paintball legend with a few modern updates, including a redesigned integrated feed neck that fits most current standard hoppers, as well as a redesigned ergonomic grip for enhanced comfort and control. Most of the other great features that helped establish the original as a true paintball legend still remain.
• 11” Performance Aluminum Barrel For Accuracy
• Smooth Short Stroke Design For Speed
• Redesigned Integrated Feed Neck Fits Most Standard Hoppers
• Auto Receiver For Faster Firing – Hold trigger and pump repeatedly for continuous firing
• Solid Cast Aluminum Receiver and Non Corrosive Internals for Durability
• Redesigned Ergonomic Grip For Comfort And Control
• Integrated Tank Adapter with Built-in Gas Line
• Front and Rear Sling Mounts
The Tippmann SL-68 II is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
PMI VTL with coiled remote and red dot sight, VM68 with 4x scope, Talon, 2 slingshots, 2 rocket launchers
semi auto option, good barrel
its a pump slow fire rate
This is the first paintball gun I heve ever used.
Since it was a pump I couldn't hit anything.
You can make it go semi when you hold down the trigger and continuously pump.
It takes barrel extensions.
accurate with red dot scope.
made of metal so it will last.
I myself would rather use a semi.
I recomend this to snipers and to add a scope to it or you won't hit alot and to noobs because its a good gun if used right.
The Phantom would be a good comparison to this, but the SL is a lot more meaty
98 Custom (silver)
14" Progressive barrel
GTA Vertical Adapter
GTA Inline Expansion Chamber
Psycho Ballistics Drop forward
RT Response System
Psycho Ballistics RVA
Polished Stock Barrel
9oz and 16oz CO2 tanks
Sling, hopper adapter, 12 gram adapter, either a 40rd Ammo Box or a VL200
Tippmann durability, very accurate, sorta fast, AWESOME backup gun
The front sight is a bit weak
Well, having JUST tested this about 2 hours ago, I've decided to buy this over an Autococker. I really want to get into pump play, and this would be a perfect thing for me, being the rabid Tippmann fan that I am. They are THE best paintball company in the world, no questions asked (not to mention one of the oldest). I guarantee that any marker that you would buy from them would last longer than you will. I mean you can give this to your kids. Also, you can play stock class with it if you want, as long as you can make a stick feeder out of a PVC pipe.
Get it. One of the best pumps out there. It's durable and very accurate, and the only problem is that they stopped makin it
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, December 15th, 2003 at 2:43 pm PST
Tippmann SL 68 II. 16 oz. stubby Co2 tank. Smart Parts 15" barrel. Sometimes a remote.
Solid dependable marker. Shots almost any kind of paint like a dart gun
Slow rate of fire, but it only takes one good shot!
I've been using the SL68II for a few months now. My shot vs. hit ratio always goes way up when I use it. I actually send way more guys packing with this gun then others. My other markers are a Tippmann 98 Custom R/T and a Automag classic. The Automag is very accurate but I SL68II seems just as accurate and lighter. I can snipe way better, especially in 1 ball (no hopper). Try it some time. You will learn the game and your gun way better. Then when you put the hopper back on you'll be a force to be reckoned with.
Rock solid pump from a depenable company. Definately worth the price I paid on eBay.
This gun is good if you want a pump. Ive heard a phantom is way better, which it probably is, its good but NOT CUSTOMIZABLE. i wish it could have a pistol grip pump. built like a tank yet hard to hit. I've had a few problems with it, when i cock it back, it releases a butt load of co2, not good, i'd go with a better gun.
Its good and durrable, but not super great, it was my first gun, i wish i hadn't wasted my money on it, i prefer semi auto's
they only thing i would up grade on this gun is maybe ther barrel but it is not needed
it never loses its volocity and shoot strait every time
you need an adaptor to put a hopper on it
the plains for this gun where handed down by god him self. mother mary would be proud to shoot this gun. True story: I didn't have the adaptor for my gun to hold the hopper on so i would just load 4 balls down the elbow and shoot like that and the top ball would fly off from the recoil. so im out in the wood and me and my team get seperated and i end up by a pond. the oposing team consited of 4 talon and a perona xts the saw me buy the pond and attacked i gor pushed 1/4 the way round the pond on to a pennensal where i held all 5 of them off for a good 15mins shooting 3 balls reloading.
looks like a shot gun sound like a shot gun won't die great on air. i would take this gun up agenst an impluse, cocker, or angel anyday. but its not made by cci and you have to get that stupid adaptor it gets a 9
i like this pump. its my first marker and i love it! only thing i didn't like was the accuracy at first but its probably me who did something. not enough velocity or something, and if anyone knows the reason for my accuracy on this pump can you pm me your response
get it! i got a good deal on this pump. i got it new with jt x fire mask and chrome molly 12 oz co2 all for only 90 ! thats with shipping too! get this pump its great !
Blade (Just cause it's pump) Talon (uh-oh, 2 brass eagle) and Maverick (not a bad gun)
SL 68 II with 10 SHot Tube or Clear hopper (depends on game) 9 0z c02 and Sling.
Sling (like on a pro/carbine), Hopper adapter (or have one shaved off or made custom by a friend like me) and Barrel, still looking for that one.
VERY accurate out of the box with stock. It's a Tippmann and invincible.
It's a bit loud, has that tippmann ping.
I just bought my SL and I would highly recommend this gun to people who want to star out with a well priced, sturdy gun or those who aspire to Snipe their enemies. At about 106-109 dollars, this is one of the best affordable pump guns out there.
The only problem is that is does not come with a hopper and standard sized hoppers will not fit so have one shaved or have a tube custom made or make an ammo box yourself. The gun is sling ready, I installed mine today with little trouble I just bought my brother's sling off his pro/carbine and installed it on mine.
This is a great pump gun for beginners. It's reliable, and it's tippmann, nothing more needs to be said.
Red dot sight
14 inch barrel (its out there)
a lot of c02
pretty much indestructable
only 1 thing can rust (pumping rod)
need a hopper adapter
sight is kinda messed up
This gun is great. Its my second gun and i luv it. VERY ACCURATE even if u through it in the mud. (ive done it) Shoots through brush. Velocity limit kinda sucks. not many after market upgrades. Good sniper gun, although loud. Light without c02. Can take any kind of c02.
This gun is a really good gun, if your a sharp shooter u should get this. Best with working with a semi-auto for cover.
tippmann did a great job as to giving it the best!i wouldn't upgrade/change anything on here.unless you can find a better barrel(good luck),the barrel is great,very accurate and durable
-great accuacy if good velocity
-fast field striping
-cannot really get to trigger spring
if you are looking for a gun that will last forever,shoot accurately,and is the best quality.this is the gun for you.i would still be using it if my bolt hadn't broken.and that's because this gun is 10 y/o(it was my dad's).it works like cr*p in cold weather!but in summer the best pump gun out there,and it's fairly priced...$195.the aluminum body is amazing,over the 10 years we(me and my dad)have had this,i've never seen anything majorly wrong with it.it's very easy to maintain.it's not quite as easy to clean.the trigger spring isn't very easy to get to.
if i ever wanted to buy a pump gun again,this would be the one i'd buy!it's an all-around perfect gun!
Phantom,and a few other pumps that were easily forgetable
Tippy SL-68 II with custom made pump handle, bolt and barrel
There aren't really any aftermarket parts for it anymore, you have to know a machinist to upgrade it.
Fairly accurate, VERY DURABLE, and of course the satisfying CLUNK-CLUNK when you rack it
only 2, the loudness of the stock barrel and the lack of aftermarket parts
I would not play without my SL! Even with the stock barel it is fairly accurate (aprox.3-6 inch groupings @ 90 ft with very few flyaways providing you are using good paint),and absolutely scary if you can find other barrels (very dificult to find though)
As far as pumps go it is a bit heavier than most, but I think that gives it a better overall feel.
As I said earlier, I would not play w/o my SL. It is a very nice piece of work with a low pricetag (seen it as low as $109 U.S.), makes it worth the extra effort to find/make parts and upgrades.
EVRYONE should play at least once with a decent pump!