If it’s accuracy and deeper strikes you want, this beefed-up version of our 98 Custom™ will surely help you make your mark. The black Custom Pro™ comes standard with upgrades such as an 11-inch high-performance stone-honed barrel for better accuracy, a double-trigger for better control and faster firing and a drop forward. The Custom Pro also has the ability to accept the Flatline™ Barrel System, Sniper barrels, the Response™ Trigger System, E-Trigger, collapsible stock, rear-cocking system, vertical adapter kit, vertical and expansion chamber kit and the low pressure system.
With its all aluminum die cast receiver and new, extra-sturdy black finish, the semi-automatic Custom Pro™ also features a quick-release feeder elbow, removable front grip to accept expansion chamber and vertical kits, and a 200-round hopper. It’s fully-customizable to enhance performance and compatible for CO2, compressed air, or nitrogen.
The Tippmann Custom Pro Basic is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
This marker is awsome great write out of the box. Dont need to upgrade it unlike the 98 custom. I love this marker it fires great it does chop some times but thats the worst thing about this marker. The barrel does chip so i reccomend upgrading it. I say if ur new to paintball or looking at a 98 custom go with this instead.
This guns great i love it and i say buy it
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, October 15th, 2005 at 7:48 pm PST
I bought a e-trigger, and even though it has a different barrel I bought an all american.
This is the ideal gun for woodsball. I have bought a stock, all american barrel, hpa tank, and an e-trigger for it. This is the best gun for customizing. I would buy 100 of these before a spyder which is what most of my friends have. I also plan on buying an expansion chamber once my hpa tank doesn't hold air anymore.
This is the best gun. Tippmann really outdid themselves. This is a must for woodsball.
VL Evlution 2
Pure Energy 68 4500
The uppgrades you get/want depends on what style of paintball you play.
Not accurate with stock barrel
The double finger trigger on it sucks.
I have this gun, I bought it from Canadian Tire for 250 (I know it got ripped off).
I used it for one summer without any upgrades.
It didn't perform the best but it was definately reliable.
It chops a bit if you shoot at about 3-5 balls per second.
The stock barrel is the worst I have ever used.
The trigger is plastic.
It is not the best gun I have ever used but it is pretty much the most reliable. It is good for beginners with no experience.
Trilogy Competition Autococker (stock)
Pure Energy 12 oz on/off without an anti-siphon (works fine)
16" JJ Ceramic Barrell (amazingly quiet and accurate)
New Barrel - 18'' All American (www.badlandspaintball.com)
Ricochet Non-agitating loader (www.badlandspaintball.com)
Pure Energy Remote (www.badlandspaintball.com)
PCS Tactical Carstock (www.badlandspaintball.com
Just get a shorter All American barrel if you are more of a close-quarters type of guy. I couldn't recommend a better barrel.
The best woodsball gun out there. It is fast.
Stock Barrel is horribly inaccurate
It is kind of a heavy gun.
It is an excellent gun for begnners. I sold it to one my friends because it wanted a Trilogy Competiton Autococker but I still liked that gun very much. One downside is that you should never fully dissasemble it or you will be sorry, believe me. And the barrel threads were awesome because no matter how many times you unscrew it the threads will never get worn out. They aren't like little tiny-ass spyder threads.
My favorite part about it was that it was so easy to clean when it chopped (it almost never did) and you can actually aim with it, unlike tournament guns. And in my oppinion it is the most reliable gun you can get. It is alot like a real gun and it feels like you're on a swat team or something with the co2. You dont really need to fork out 80 bucks to get a stock because the co2 acts like one.
If you get this gun you will undoubtadly be on top.
I give this gun an 8 out of 10 because I don't like double finger triggers.
here is how it goes im a woods ball player who plays maybe 2 times a week if my girl lets me. I used crappy guns for 2 years straight. I told myself if i ever had extra cash i would get a tippman custom pro and it was the best thing that i could have done. Upgraded the barrel for 50 bucks canadian, with a lapco what a difference it made, best cheap barrel, anyways tippmann custom pro is awesome if your a woods ball player like me you don't need anything more cause your wasting your money.
if your a noob like me get this gun if you buy cheap guns they will break.... I know
get this custom pro
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, September 11th, 2005 at 6:05 pm PST
tippmann custom pro w/camo finish
blackpoint folding stock
akairon remote line
20 oz co2
empire reloader II
new barrel, electric hopper(cuz of double trigger)
comes w/2trigger barrel drop>
Loud (moreso w/flatty)
kind of big
When i first got it i took it into my backyard to test it, and it worked fine. then on my frist game, it didnt work, i took it apart, re-assembled and it worked fine. (something prolly came loose when installing the stock) it is a good upgrade to the 98c, and only 20$ mo but beware, you can shoot it alot faster, and it will probably require either an agitated or electronic hopper.
I would recommend this gun to anyone wanting a new gun, i got mine offa ebay for $130 w/ a free 12oz co2... good buy, jus needs a hopper
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, August 25th, 2005 at 5:54 pm PST
good stock barrel
stock drop forward
This gun is great. It's a Tippmann so it's sturdy as hell and easy to maintain. But what I was most impressed with was the accuracy of the stock barrel. The stock barrel is eleven inches as opposed to the 98 custom's 8.5 inche barrel. The hopper fed well but once I filled it too much and it need to be shaken to let the balls feed. It also comes with a stock drop forward which makes the gun shorter and you can tuck in easier.
Out of box ball speed is around 325 feet per second.
This is a great all around gun, especially for woodsball.
-Accuracy with Stock barrel
-Easy to Maintane
Well ive heard so much about this gun so i decided to go out and buy one.Very impressed.Ive tried 3 diffrent kinds of paint so far,(Zap Vapour,Draxxus Dusk,and some PMI),the funny thing is that the draxxus didnt perform as well as i thought,they dont seem to fly as straight as the PMI or even the zap.Yet the Draxxus did not break in the field when i was playing with a bunch of friends,they were all using the PMI and they each had a break.Now i wasnt shooting as straight as them but i did not break a ball.And havent yet with any paint ive used.Playing in the field is very comfortable with the gun because of the drop foward.Plus the double trigger helps out your fingers.But the best part of all is the customization you can do to these guns,its simply amazing.I cant wait to start upgrading this puppy into a full fledged killing machine.
I would deffinatly suggest this gun if your just starting out.So that if you do decide to get sirious you can just upgrade the gun.Very good Bang for Buck.Go buy it
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 7th, 2005 at 2:10 pm PST
ummmmm maybe a stock? electric hopper,longer barrel
Chops alot,very heavy with everything filled up.
This gun is a good marker, i would suggest it. I got mine for only $160. its a great woodsball gun and it is accurate. ############################################################ ############################################################ #################################3 3 g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g g ttTT t t t t t t t t t gh hgh h h h h h h h h h h h h h h 3 3n 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3m4 4 4 4 4 4 4
tippmann 98 pro
tacamo double feed hopper
20 oz co2 tank
flatline barrel for sure! even if you are rec like me, it is worth every penny. it is dead accurate and it just sails. no need to aim up or anything.. just point and shoot. no need to aim up. and a stock is a lot more comfortable and increases accuracy.
hasnt chopped a ball
good stock parts. drop forward.
Cost a bit more but is worth it
a very upgradeable gun and is worth the upgrades. this gun never choppes balls. if you get the dirt cheap balls that are softer than silk, the flatline MIGHT chopp the odd one. but i hightly recommend this gun. if you play rec ball like me, it is definatly worth it. you will own your enemies
best gun ive ever tested and ive tried all my friends guns and mine is definately the best. i like it better than my friends A5. a must buy..