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.
Tippman custom pro
stock 11" barrel
Crosman Red dot sight
I recomend a collapsable stock, a sight, a longer barrel like the flatline.
Druable, strong, accurate, dependable, good gun
Pain to field strip, the double trigger is hard fire real fast
I haver had this gun for only a week and i love it. Its very accurate and has bailed me out of some sticky situations. when you first get it i would reccomend getting a stock and a longer barrel. I have tried the e trigger for it and dont recomend it dont buy it. This gun is very dependable although the brear sight needs to be able to adjust left and right not just up and down. It is a good gun for the money and is good for both beginers and experinced player alike.
Tiberius pistol; good accuracy but limited ammo (>:()
'98 custom pro with RT, double trigger, flatline barrel kit,long bow stock dropforward, remote line.
Must haves include, but not limited to; response trigger, double trigger, a better hopper. A cyclone feed is good if you don't want the hassles of batteries. The accuracy on it is already decent, but a better barrel as well, such as a jj ceramic, sniper barrel, or flatline, ect. depending on your style of play.
Very durable, reliable,accurate, and simple: no batteries, all CO2, excellent for starting out
Recoil, loud, low rate of fire without upgrades.
The tippmann '98 lives up to its expectations in terms of reliability, accuracy, price and sheer durability. It is an excellent gun for starting out as well as seasoned players as the gun can be easily customized and upgraded with various upgrades and modifications. It is basically the jack of all trades type of gun, as you can customize it for any role such as sniping, front man, ect. Though it has a low rate of fire, an investment in a response trigger upgrade easily remedies the weakness to a certain degree.
It is excellent for its price and quality, an excellent gun for starting out, plus various upgrades you can get for it. The best mech-gun in its class; if durability, reliability,quality,simplicity, as well as a wide range of customization choices are what you look for in a paintball gun, then this is the gun for you!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 18th, 2009 at 6:14 pm PST
tippmann 98 custom pro flatline, viewloader revalution 17bps
flatline, a-5 cyclone, coiled remote belt
Shoots very very hard
My flatlined custom pro is the best gun 4 woodsball. its so accurate and light weight its awsome. Its not the best 4 speedball but if u like woods than u will love this gun. I love my gun so much i wouldnt give it up 4 anything. I love this gun so much.
Buy it if u like woods if u buy this gun get the upgrades i said aboved
Smart Parts Ion
Halo V35 w/ rip drive
14" Dye Ultralite w/ gold tip
Steel 47/3000psi tank
XSV clamping feed neck
New Designz Pro Bolt
New trigger spring (so it's easier to fingerwalk)
New barrel although the stock one is OK. . .
For hardcore scenario ballers a stock and remote coil.
Nice stock drop and barrel
Nice finish and feel
The body is a little long
Stock grips I think really suck
My first gun was a Custom Pro, and trust me it's a good first gun. It is pretty dang good for the $200 I paid. But there are always downsides to guns. I had a real problem with chopping paint after the first few games. I had a revy on it and was only shooting with one finger (not very fast at all) and the stock barrel really doesn't do well with chopped paint. So I couldn't really fix the problem, there were no anti chop bolts or anything for the Costom Pro. But now there is the ACS! Problem solved! So I would really recommend the ACS over the basic.
I would say go with an ACS, A5, or put a cyclone on your Custom Pro. But still a pretty good gun, with some good features and up-grades.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 13th, 2007 at 5:11 pm PST
If your looking for a good gun that's doesn't burn a hole in your wallet this is the best one I could find, besides just a basic Custom 98.
Like I said isn't the greatest gun in the world but good for beginners, but you still might want to buy a better barrel or hopper.
Over all I think this gun is really good i'll give it a 9 because it still isn't accurate like i expected.
Tippmann Custom Pro
Halo B w/ rip drive
47/3000 crossfire hpa
Tapco Folding Stock
Jcs 5.5 inch barrel
A folding stock
A little heavy
Let me just start out, I have won many games using this bad boy. I love the stock barrel, but I am the pointman on my scenario team so i had to shorten my barrel. The stock barrel is very accurate. With a halo b and double finger trigger i can get it to about 10 bps, which for a tippmann isn't too shabby. I suggest getting a stock if you play any scenario games because they give you a stable shooting platform.
Tippman Custom Pro Cyclone feeder, Response trigger, and 16 inch nyte stick barrel
You NEED a good long barrel because this is obvioulsy not a speed ball gun so make yourself more accurate. And if you wnat to get used to the speed of speedball, Get the response trigger. And if you get the cyclone feeder (Feeder on the A5) ****MAKE SURE YOU BUY THE A5 KIT for 20 dollars
Some what light..
Very Accuarate with good barrell
Does not chop that much
Buy A5 kit if you want cyclone feeder
I bought this gun a long time ago... Loved it off the bat. I was a young paintballer and very eager to play. I have only played once or twice before that. But once ip lyed iwth this baby. I actually impressed my friends. Very accuarte with stock barrell suprisngly.
So if your looking for a good starter woodsball gun i highly suggest this one
This is a great gun to start out with.. If oyur new to paintball and you want to make a bang. Buy this gun you wont be dissapointed!
This is a great gun if your just starting to play paintball, or your low on cash, or you just dont play often. I like it much better than the 98 custom because of the drop forward, its very nice. Also if your not planning on getting a new barrel the 11inch stock is much better than the 8.5 on the reg 98. And if you prefer a double trigger thats pretty nice too. The thing that i liked most about this gun was the reliability. I never had any problems with this gun at all. It was always there and i knew i could always depend on it working. Its a good feeling especially when your friends guns are always breaking. The only problem with tippmanns are if you get really serious about paintball they will not even compare to a higher end marker. I know they can be upgraded to be electronic but its just not the same. You would be better off just getting an a5 for full auto.
If you want a cheap reliable gun, then get this. But if you know your going to be playing speedball or just want full auto then dont get it.
Tippmann Custom Pro, Stock hopper, Flatline Barrel, 32 Degrees Remote, NcStar 6x32scope, and a Pure Energy 20 oz. Co2 Tank
Rocket Cock 2, maybe a longer barrel for better accuracy (14 inch), and a better hopper. If you really want to trick it out (and have lots of spare $ on hand) get a HPA tank ($80- $$150), A Cyclone Feed ($55-$60) and a rt trigger ($70- $90) or an e-grip (+$100).
Its in the review
Its in the review
Very good gun for its price.
Takes a beating without breaking.
Easy to maintain.
Takes any type of paintballs.
Has SO many upgrades: Stock, Flatline Barrel, Remote, LP kit, RT Trig, E-Grip, Rear Cocking system, Etc.
BPS is like 8 or something (I might be wrong).
Gets heavy after 20 minutes of playing (especially with a 20 oz. Co2 Tank)
Double Trigger isn't that effective due to a huge trigger pull.
Maybe a chop (not a problem if your gun has A.C.T.)
This is a good gun for begginers and for most types of game. I'll give it a 9 because it isn't perfect.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 2nd, 2006 at 5:26 pm PST
This gun is a very impressive piece of equipment it exceeded my expectationions greatly.The only real weakness is that it has a lot of excess gas and it comes out from the barrel and bolt at the openind in the side as snow and good easily give away your position. The best things about this gun is the trigger pull is very light and it lets you shoot faster, the offset hopper is also very convenient and let you look down the barrel easily and it is extemely accurate at about 100 feet at 287-294 it shot groups of about 2-3.5 inches in a gun fight.
A few days ago I was shooting some Draxxus/Game Face dusk in my backyard and it chopped a ball and got pretty messy but since the the bot is in the forward of the gun it didn't needed to be stripped.
Great beginner gun that is reliable and can be modified to a intermeadiate gun with the E-grip or responce upgrades.8.5 because it could have a stock reg and I kinda wish they had a metal trigger.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 7th, 2006 at 9:16 am PST