I lituraly just put it on, its very detailed and looks tougf. It dosent cover the whole thing, which is both good and bad because it would be a PAIN to put it on some parts if it covered the whole gun and the parts it dosnt cover you could just cover up with camo tape if you wanted to. It looks nice when you put it on so at worst it makes your A-5 Look cooler and at best it will save you from detection.
I would recoment getting it if you want to make your gun look cooler and more camo. I will give it a 10 because i see no reason to ruin its perfect 10/10 which all users have given it so far.
2005 Angel Speed and A-5, Double trigger, Expanion chamber, 14inch twister empire barrel, drop forward, 68/3000 nitrogen tank
I aint much of a speedball players anymore since I moved from the city to the country and most of the people around here play woods ball, and my A-5 with just black as it is didnt cut it, so I bought the woods camo to help me blend in, I really dont know if it works that good but it helps just a little, and it makes my A-5 look cool to. So it worth the money if you are a woods baller.
Not many graphic kits out there for the a 5 besides the this one.
tippmann A 5 with e grip and combat solid stock.
Cool looking, good if your playing as sniper to camo your gun and protects it.
Not many besides after a while it starts to peel off but that's normal.
The camo graphics kit is pretty cool. It lasts a for a decent amount of time, it protects your gun and makes it look cool. It is especially good for sniping so you can camo your gun. It is easy to apply and easy to take off (if you don't like it). I had it on my a5 for awhile but it eventually started to peel off so i just took it off. Good thing to have.
I would get this product just to protect you gun from things. Also good to just camo up your gun for sniping or just to make it look cool.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 29th, 2006 at 12:41 pm PST
This is a very simple solution to alot of options as far as gun camo goes. It applied very easily in only about 20 minutes or so. The Real Tree camo pattern is crisp and sharp and blends well into the Florida folliage. It is durable, too. You can take this off, but once you do it doesn't go back on.
It makes the Tippmann look very good at a low cost.
None so far.
Well I like it alot. It is very sturdy and easy to put on and peel off. If your not sure about buying it and thinking alot, go for it. I did and i love it. It makes a good upgrade for a low cost. I got mine for 20 bucks. Hope you all like it.
go for buying it. Its great!!!! It makes your gun look great :-)
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, December 26th, 2005 at 3:26 pm PST
Tippmann A-5 with flatline and All american 12 inch
Low preassure kit with Ergo reg and 68 cu. in. Nitro
Respnse trigger upgraded
Steel remote hose with 1/4 turn on/off
Makes an old gun(mines over 4 years or so) look new for little cost
None so far(read review)
Well, apparently its is very hazarad and wear resistant, but i've only had it on for about two months so time will tell. However, its is very durrable, does not peel easy at all and scratches do not show easily. With more use this may change, but I dont see it being enough to warrent an dissaproval.
I do manage a paintball store, and I strongly suggest to most every one with an a-5 or 98(espcially older ones) that is is a good buy.
If you see it and arent sure, go for it. I'm sure with an exacto knife and some time you can make it fit other guns as well.(note: use exacto knives with caution and under adult supervision :) I give it a 10 for now until I see any significant problems
UPDATE: 4/09/06 Well, ive had this on my gun for a decent amount of time and has not faded, blistered or peeled in ANyWAY as of yet. I clean my marker every time I play, dissasemble and everything and it has maintained its perfect 10 score. Like I said below in my comment below I have received IMMENSE feedback stating this is a more effective cammo than the factory applied cammo. SO i STill giVE IT A 10. i'd go higher if I could. Best 20 bucks ever.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 4th, 2006 at 10:56 pm PST