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Number of Reviews: 12
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: N/A

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• High Performance, Ultra Strong, Lightweight Magnesium Body
• Bolt Out Back Design for Easy Cleaning and Maintenance
• Modern Styling
• True Electropneumatic Operating System
• Shift-On-The-Fly, 4-Position Recreational Firing Mode Switch
• Multiple Firing Modes: Semi/PSP/NXL/Millennium
• Stealth Body Design Works in Conjunction with the Barrel to Reduce Sound Signature
• 14” Barrel with Sound Signature Reduction Porting
• Flip-Up Front and Rear Sights
• Clamping Feed Elbow
• Universal, Mini Style Barrel Threads
• Single-Finger Trigger (Double Trigger Kit Available)
• Multiple Picatinny Rails Allow for Extra Accessories
• Quick-Change Battery in the Removable Magazine
• Collapsible/Adjustable Rear Stock
• Low Pressure Operation (200psi)
• No External Hoses; Internal Airline Operation
Product Availability 
The BT Paintball Design TM-15 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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sameagol26 Sunday, November 7th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Invert Mini
Tippmann 98
BT Delta
Marker Setup: BT TM15
TM Rip Clip with X7 hopper
Flasc 12" barrel + 3" extension and blaster tip or Apex
UTG Rail covers
Eotech 551 holo sight
Bipod/ foregrip
BT Flashlight
Remote line with 88/4500
Recommended
Upgrades:
Flasc Barrel
Remote Line
TM Rip Clip or Rotor
Strengths: Sexy design
Magnesium body
Bolt- out- back design
No kick
Very quiet
Easy to customize
Weaknesses: Upgrades make it really heavy
Takes a while to take apart
Pricey
Review: Alright so i picked this marker up on a trade about 1 month ago. I traded it for an Invert Mini plus up'ds and got this. I am really glad I traded because this marker is kick ass! When I first picked it up, I knew it meant buisness.

The TM15 is made from lightweight magnesium materials but can still take a beating. It is very light until you start throwing in a bunch of upgrades. My marker can weigh up to 10 or 11 pounds at times. That being said, it is still manouverable and will dominate on the woodsball field!

The looks of the marker are definitely something to brag about. There are picatinny rails all over the body which makes it the best marker for someone who likes to customize there marker like me.

This marker is super fast and has a very neat system for changing modes. It uses a selector switch allowing for semi, psp burst, and nxl full auto. It can be programmed up to 20 bps which is more tha enough to lay down covering fire!

After using this in the field several times, I have probably put about 4000+ rounds through it and only had 3 breaks which was due to brittle paint. Also it was chopping in my backyard, not when I was playing which is nice :) ...

All in all this marker is great! BT did an excellent job. Pick this thing up!
Conclusion: This product is an amzing leap for BT or Empire Paintball. They have taken the design of the TM7 marker, and improved it so that it can reach a greater potential. I love this marker and am sure to have many more months with it. I recommend it to any player who's seriously into woodsball. Oick it up!
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10 out of 10
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Stigo Wednesday, July 7th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann A5
Marker Setup: BT TM 15
BT Rip Clip
X7 Low Profile Hopper
HPA Tank (low output pressure)
Recommended
Upgrades:
BT Rip Clip
not a must but a barrel might be nice
Strengths: Accurate
Quiet
Fast
Reliable
Weaknesses: A bit on the heavy and big side.
Review: When I bought this marker I was looking to replace my old A5 woodsball marker. I was looking for something a faster, more accurate and quiet but still sturdy and reliable. After some research I found out that the BT TM 15 is basically an Invert Mini with a robust shell and I purchased the TM 15 and have not regretted it.

I am very happy with this maker. It was pretty much ready to go out of the box. All I had to do was adjust the velocity. The marker is fast (11bps out of the box-can be set up to 20bps), pretty accurate and extremely quiet and built very sturdy. At first I was not very happy with the trigger. The out of box adjustment is very light but after adjusting the tension on it I have had no complaints with it since. I have shot several thousand rounds through it and have not had a break yet. But in case there is a break the internals are pretty easily accessible.

If I had to make a complaint it would be that this marker is a bit on the heavy side and it is big. However, it is very well balanced. It feels light and nimble. I even played some speed ball with it and to my surprise was able to keep up fairly well.

All in all I think this marker is an excellent woodsball marker. It truly has the speed and accuracy like a tournament marker but still is robust and has milsim looks.
Conclusion: Great woodsball/milsim marker! It combines the accuracy and speed of a tourney marker with the robustness of a woodsball/milsim marker.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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