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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $750

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Length 31"
Height 8.3"
Width 2.4"
Weight 5.8 lbs

Velocity / Range 260-350 feet per second/ 4-6 inch groupings at 25 meters
Rounds per Air Souce 150 Rounds (13 cubic inch tank)
Fire Rate Select-Fire (semi and full automatic) 12 Rounds/Second
Magazine Capacity 25 Rounds

Ball Breakage 0/6000 (all guns)
Gun CeramicPolymer Exterior: Stainless Steel Interior (all guns)
Barrel 23.6" Aluminum
Semi & Automatic Firing

Feeding Method Magazine
Propellant High Pressure Air (HPA)
Product Availability 
The ATS AT16 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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buzzinhi Saturday, November 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 years7 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Nothing comes close to comparing to these markers
Marker Setup: ATS ...AT16/AT4 ,Camo Tactical Cocker,System X type X vengeance, System X NME LE Olive, Green camo Spyder pilot, Punisher pistol and an overlord pistol. Custom Products Barrel kit, Tactical Kaner Kit, armson stealth , jj pro barrell. Richochet ak hopper,halo Apache, evultion2,and a new empire tsa loader( nice new slimmer design holds 210 and a thicker shell)
Recommended
Upgrades:
Marker uses a 20 round clip but there is an attachment that allows for a hopper to be mounted onto the clip.
Strengths: Full Auto and no batterys. Low profile , Intimidating looks and sound,
Weaknesses: Very hi tech, mags are expensive, not recommended for beginners.
Review: I have owned 3 of these an AT-85, an AT-4 and a AT-16. I sold the 85 and still have the other 2. These markers are alot of fun. The also require alot of attention as there is a lot of things to learn on them. I also own quite a few different markers, ( a love affair with paintball)
Now for my review this being the second I have written for the AT-16 because someone caused the other to be deleted. Anyway... I had read reviews on the ATS line and was curious on how the worked being a semi or full auto marker without a special grip frame also clip feed from under the marker, I drove 4 hours to see the guy whom I bought mine off of as he wanted $1200 for the 16. So I arrived and since he lived in the city I did not get to see it work only got to see it in dryfire mode, He had 2 of these and a RAP 4 we both agreed that the Rap 4 was junk, ( this was in 2001 and an earlier verison of the RAP) So I was impressed and so upon haggling over the price he gave me the 16 plus the receiver of an AT-4 for parts. I had no manual and when I got home I thought I would try it out. I loaded a clip and gassed it up upon pulling the trigger I got 2 shots then nothing. I had put 25 paintballs in the clip and had gotten it binded up which caused the guide plate to break. I ordered a manual and 5 guide plates. When they arrived I took the whole thing apart and learned how to work on it. I practiced with it and got used to the motions of using this thing like when you have a dead trigger to eject the clip and hit the reset button so you do not double ball the barrel and break paint.
When I first took it to the field to play everyone assumed it was a modified Tippman also they thought it was just a response trigger( lol) After the first game a hundred questions about my marker especially from a teammate that nearly peed himself because he didn't know I was behind him until I pulled the trigger, This marker is very loud. The 2 of us took on a large group and we won the game for our team.
I always get comments on this marker, I love that they are very much like an autococker in that they cycle with a 4 way valve and are closed bolt. It also has the longest barrel I have ever seen in paintball. 23" one piece. it also has a unisizer that sizes each paintball to the barrel. ATS also had barrel sizers long before Smart Parts freak and OTP dream barrel came out. These markers do not like large bore paint nor does it like cheap made paint.
Conclusion: I would reommend this marker or any ATS marker because they are extremly fun and if your looking for a uniqe marker that looks,feels and shoots like a real military weapon then this is the marker for you... if your only wanting the look then convert a Spyder or Tippmann or buy an Armotech or Ariakon
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, November 5th, 2005 at 9:57 am PST
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º†ßläkRävhên†º Thursday, May 26th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
AT-4, AT-85, AT-10, Tippmann 98c, Tippmann A-5 & Piranha E-VTL.
Marker Setup: AT-16 with psg-1 style handle grip, red dot scope, harris bipod, coil.
Recommended
Upgrades:
car stock and lots of spare clips.
Strengths: Shoots full auto, no batteries needed, weight & looks.
Weaknesses: Not recommended for newbies
Review: I had seen this in the field once, thought it was a bit too expensive to get, but I said, what the heck, when it arrived I was amazed at how realistic it looked and sounded, it made my A-5 looks pretty crappy now with the bulky hopper, well mine came with 8 magazine clips, 1 with hopper attachment , I shot single shots, very accurate, shot full-auto and there was a smile on my face, no batteries to worry about, average air-hogger, my rifle came with extra parts, original & sniper grip, solid (storage compartment for allen wrenches, oil, etc) & collapsable stock (great for short ppl like me), tactical handle & bipod (can't use both at same time), you can use the normal sights or add any type of red dots, scopes, lasers, lights, etc.
Conclusion: If you want want a realistic scenario marker, this is it, or if you want to buy the other parts and convert it to a smaller weapon for rec/speed you can, all in all its an excellent weapon, you won't go wrong with it.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, May 26th, 2005 at 5:49 am PST
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xman Tuesday, March 2nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months12 of 14 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
autococker
angel
Marker Setup: cnc xmag dust black to red fade with the 72ci 4500psi flatline halo b and a left warp feed
Recommended
Upgrades:
it needs nothing, it's a great marker!
Strengths: the looks! the accuracy! it has both semi and full auto!
Weaknesses: very technical marker
Review: when i first recieved this marker i was in awe. all the players wanted to see it shoot, when i showed them, they were amazed!! like i said it's a technical marker you must know what you're doing when you're cleaning it. it has a high maintenance. thats the only downfall but what marker doesn't need maintenance. the bipod is very useful for those sniper positions and the scope is dead on. it takes 15 round clips or it has a clip that a 200 rd hopper can fit on with the use of an elbow that keeps it a low profile almost like a warp feed which is awesome!
Conclusion: great for scenerio players and games. this marker will have everybody looking twice. you can't go wrong with this marker. get it!
Rating:
9 out of 10
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