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Number of Reviews: 11
Average Rating: 7.9 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $139

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•Semi-automatic, .68 caliber
•Integrated expansion chamber
•11" high performance barrel
•High impact composite body
•Soft-grip overmolded handles
•Integrated double trigger
•Center feed neck
•Durable in-line bolt system
•Includes 200 round hopper
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The Tippmann Triumph XT is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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thepope Monday, November 3rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Current: A-5 with flatline barrel
Automag with after market barrel

Barrel would be nice.
Strengths: The price.
Weaknesses: None for what I paid and for what it is used for.
Review: First and foremost, I am not a professional paintballer. I play with my kids and their friends, and few other adults. It is family time on my land, all we play is woodsball.

I bought 3 of these markers for 29 dollars each at Wal Mart about a year ago. The first day on the field, two of the markers developed leaks which were repaired later. The accuracy is fair, decent range, with the right balls. These markers are used by our guest and as backups when needed. I suppose the only weak point would be is that most of the kids are suspicious of the markers performance because it just does not look like the rest of our markers (Spyders, automag, Piranha, Autococker Triology). These markers perform at a level that is acceptable to those that use them, maybe we just do not know any better, but I suppose ignorance is bliss in some cases.
Conclusion: I have had no further issues or problems with these markers since the o-ring leaks. My experience on the field with these markers, and for that matter all markers, it is not the marker that makes the player, but how the player uses and adjusts to whatever they have to contend with that determines their performance in play.
7 out of 10
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