OVERVIEW - Keep opponents in Awe.
With Scenario players in mind the BT-4 Assault is the choice of demanding players who look for military spec features and feel coupled battle tested BT reliability and battle tested durability. If you are looking to put some fear into your tournament opponents turn up with this mean rig.
The BT Paintball Design BT-4 Assault is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Stock, but comes pretty much loaded!!!!
20 oz tank
Just plain intimidating
I couldnt decide between a custom 98 with the same barrel and stock or the BT. I decided on the BT which was about $100 cheaper with the same setup. And I must say this marker did not disappoint. I was taking out players from 100 - 150 ft away in a few shots. They couldnt get close enough to get a shot off at me with this thing. When I got home and cleaned it. I didnt find much cleaning to do. The barrel has a slight residue from the paintballs but not much. It also came apart easily. This marker lived and surpassed all my expectations!!!!!
I would highly recommend this to all woodsballers. Sucks in small courses like speedball. It's just to heavy and bulky.
Tippmann 98 Custom - Almost the same, only the BT is customized
Rebel 02 LCD - This is a poor gun
E-99 Avant - This breaks down too much
BT-4 Assault w/ 20oz CO2 and cheap hopper
This marker is pretty upgraded as it is. I guess that you could get the flatline barrel if you so feel the need, but the marker is accurate and powerful already.
Powerful - can be good or bad
Uses a lot of CO2
I have played woodsball with this gun several times, and I love it. To have a realistic paintball gun has even helped my game. While I would definitely not reccomend this marker for speedball or indoor paintball, it is perfect for playing in the woods. The 15 inch barrel provides great accuracy, better than other comparable markers. Also, I have shot over 1500 paintballs and my barrel is still clean. By the way, I use the absolute cheapest paint I can find, like Blue Streaks, so this is impressive. For using cheap paint and CO2, this gun performs remarkably well. Also, I have not had to take it apart. Though BT is not Tippmann, their guns are built the same way and never break down. The one bad part about this gun is how hard it is to take it apart, but since you only have to do that once in a while, its not so bad. With my old marker, I had to clean it before and after every game. This marker is a huge improvement for only $100 more than the Rebel 02 LCD.
I highly recommend this product to anyone who plays woodsball. Like I said, don't try and play speedball with it, but it is powerful and accurate in the woods.