Autococker with E1(Zero-B), Freak, Halo-B, Eclipse Internals, Orange bolt, CCM feed neck, gen-x, palmers LPR, Psyco-Balistics Bullet Drop, 68/4500 tank
-Good efficiency from a 9(?) gram co2 cartridge
-Light weight construction
-Heavy trigger pull
This was the first gun I ever owned and also the only pump I ever owned. I got it a few weeks before I got a Stingray, I remember using the tigershark instead. I mainly played with just me and my brother in our pasture. I seem to remember the trigger pull being heavy and changing the 9 grams was a pain; however, the tigershark got up ot 50 shots out of one 9 gram. Accuracy was also greater than the stingray. Only choped if I tried to pump it to fast.
This was a good cheap product for the beginer; unfortenately, BE dosen't produce it anymore. I give it a 6 simply because of its limitations to a more advanced player.
for this marker there isn't much upgrades so n/a i guess
could get it from walmart
good on air
Hard to pump
Not the most accurate thing
Well like two christmases ago i got this gun with some 12grams and paint, i didn't kno what to think. I took it out side and started shooting it, i fell in love with shooting it. My friend got a blade and we traded off and shoot each others mine was so much better. Then i got my viewloader then now my tippman. So i love this gun cause it got me into paintball!!! Now i tear my friends butts up with my tippmann the best effin gun i have shoot yet!!
It is a great gift for a little kid fun to shoot things with! i give it a 9 because there are some stuff that could be better but it is a great gun.
I truthfully can only say that a 9oz. tank would help so you dont use so many 12gram CO2
This is a super accurate marker
The body is plastic.
I do not like that the body is plastic but surprisingly it feels as if it will hold up really nicely. One thing about it though is that the pumping grip feels sorta loose or that it could break. If this part were to break then i feel that it would be an easy repair and then you could even make the pumping grip out of metal so it wont happen again.
I got this by trading an airsoft gun and 10 dollars from my friend. I would recommend this gun for all those people who don't have alot of money for paint because trust me you wont need alot with this gun unless you choose to automag it. Go buy it if you can find it.
Blue 2k3 Shocker w/ Vision
Shocktech Clamping Feed neck
68 Cu 4500 PSI Pure Energy tank
Empire Halo B /w Rip Drive
Evo 2 /w Y-board (in my poor days)
Easy to Paint,
Easy to tinker,
None that I see,
I am a speedball player but I also love woods ball, my weapon of Choice! my Trusty tigershark. It is a painted Camaflauge and has a 14" Freak jr. barrel. I use my pure energy tank with a remote coil, and on the back a custom made stock. To feed this beast I just wedge 10 round tubes in the feed neck. Im working on a spring fed feeding system that will go on the top around 20 balls or so, but still needs work. The great thing about tiger sharks Plastic body = Easy to work with!
Theres nothing like wedging a ten round tube in the feed neck and going in there to school some noobs.
Doesn't chop balls(no brainer at 1 ball every 3 seconds)
Accurate enough(at first it shot great then I had a break in hopper and I didn't have a squegee)
Autotrigger(doesn't work so well)
Decent shots per fill
Easy to field strip
Slow(heavy pump stroke)
Autotrigger(pushing the grip forward moves the hammer so the faster you move your hand the faster it shoots)
I couldn't find the velocity adjustment.
I just used this gun because I didn't have any nitro or paintballs and my friend owed me some. We were playing speedball on a homemade course. It wasn't so bad. It sucked having so much a slower gun than everybody else. It made it so I couldn't lay down cover like I do(I am a back player used to having high firepower). Overall it wasn't so bad. I only used 250 balls in 3 hours of play. Not too bad. The only prob was that I broke a ball in the hopper and from then on the gun was shooting knuckle balls.
Not a bad brass eagle gun. Out of brass eagles other pumps this thing gets a 10. Out of normal pumps it gets a 6.5 so I will give it an 7.
This is a marker that my friend has played with since we got into paintball and he still thinks that this gun rules over all (but this is a guy that if you put him in a golfcart he thinks he can beat jeff gordon in his race car) but every time he plays with us he is usually the first person out in the game because you have to pump it each time which is time consuming and all of use semi's so in the time he can get of 3 shots we have all ready given the bunker he is hiding behind 3 or 4 coats of paint.
The accuracy on this gun is horrible, this one time i was behind a bunker not 15 feet away from the guy that uses this thing and i didn't know he was even there because another one of my friends had me pined down so i was concentrating on not getting hit by him so the tigershark guy sneaks around behind my bunker to a huge rock right behind me and sets his marker on the rock (he is within 15 feet of me) he proceeds to fire and the gun jams so he says well i didn't know he was there either so he said that he got down behind the rock unjams his marker stands up takes aim and fires 2 shots right at me ok i am in front of a 10 foot by 5 foot bunker the 2 paintballs this guy shot at me never hit the bunker and yes paintballs came out of there because he saw them come out well i did here him that time so i turned around popped off about 5 shots which all hit him in the head and got him out, mabey its just me but i think if a marker cant hit someone that is out in the middle of the open and 15 feet away from you it should be thrown in a lava pit and die, but that is just me
If you want something that actually might hit something steer clear of any brass a$$ eagle crap it all sucks
Easy to field strip
Simple to work on
Lack of Upgrades
I bought one of these early on in my paintball career. I loved it. The gun was very accurate, lightweight, easy to fieldstrip, and never gave me any problems. I finally sold it because I was able to get an all metal pump with better range.
In my opinion, this is the best Brass Eagle marker they've ever made. No other Brass Eagle marker can match the original Tiger Shark in accuracy and durability.
I certainly would recommend this marker to any beginner. It is heads and tails above just about any low-end marker out there.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 18th, 2005 at 11:45 pm PST
Hammer, kp-3, pgp, laredo, splatmaster, sterlings, phantoms, hornets, traccers, mavericks, you name a pump and ive used most of them.
Main- Punishered old style pgp- battle grips, speed tube, velocity adjuster, tube milling, honed barrel, new pump arm, annopdized silver, copper t bolt, and new 12 gram quick changer
secondary- 3357 revolver with 3 extra drums. (actual paintball gun for you nOObs)
When i want to waste money-2004 bko with j&j, egg II, cp drop, cp on/off, dye stickies, bulldog hpa, superfly, bob long torpedo.
Stock class member
A j&j ceramic spyder threaded.. As far as i know this is the only aftermarket barrel that will fit with out shaving the barrel. Also new springs.
Cheap, perfect starter, accurate, durbale, reliable, awesome for stock class.
Needs new springs unless its an older model and stock barrel is average.
I got this for $10. My first real pump. I love this gun. This is what got me into pump play and i love it. Its very durable. Made of plastic but not cheap plastic. Put a spyder j&j on this and ot shoots darts. Iv never broken an oring or seal on it. Perfect to lend a friend, pump games, and stock class. Youd be suprised how many serious pump players own these and use them. You get 45 shots off a 12 gram which is very good. Only problem is that only the older ones had the good springs in them and the newer ones have lighter ones. Put some ne wsprings and your velocity and range go up. Gun is worth $55 and are sold on ebay for $10 normally. Very recommended for a pump. Very nice to tinker around with and to clean. Also the easiest gun to paint ever made just about. Takes about 50 secnds to take apart.
Perfect starter pump and still fun when expirienced with pump play. Recomended to anyonw who wants to have fun for such a chepa price. Very easy to home mod.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 15th, 2005 at 12:16 pm PST
Viewloader Orion - Stock All. 9oz.
Brass Eagle Eradicator - Stock All. 9oz.
Spyder Agressor XT - Stock All. 16oz.
This gun sucks, alot..I don't think that they should sell it, When I used it, it was defected. The pump was messed up and wasn't cocking right. I had to take an hour to fix it because the screws were stripped and I had to savage them out of the placements and then a piece wasn't even in the right position when I opened it.
If you want a piece of crap gun that will break on you in 20 minutes, buy this.....
1 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 28th, 2004 at 6:26 pm PST
Currently Tippmann A-5 Stock Barrel (don't need a replacement accurate enough)
For Backup-JT Exellerator 3.0
Co2's: a 12oz, 2 16's, and a 20 (I know....co2...)
Thermal JT mask.
Light, reliable, sturdy, cheap, good starter.
Few broken balls, and good chance its discontinued.
This is the very first paintball I got, a long while back...It's farely light, and not hard to handle, get alot of small co2's...Its hardened plastic...so don't worry about the frame breaking. Keep a squeege handy though...it happens...
The pump is a good starter...not expensive, piece of cake to use. it's fairly accurate, once again...for a starter, its the only pump I've owned or shot, so I can't compare it to anything else. But it aint HORRIBLE....Another nice thing is (be careful doing this lol) you can pump it like 2 or 3 times, and load 2 or 3 balls in the barrel...at close range, it may be handy lol. I don't change review just because its Brass Eagle.
Good starter, decent backup gun...don't need to add anything on. Put it this way...if your going to play at a field from start, don't get a pump...get it if your going to play in your woods, or friend's once in like a month or something, for a special occasion. Now if your going to play a lot, go for a semi. I do NOT recommend a Brass Eagle semi though.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, August 5th, 2004 at 7:23 pm PST