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BT Paintball Design BT-4 Banshee
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Number of Reviews: 12
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $465

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SPECIAL FEATURES - *BT-47 Barrel * Magazine Expansion Chamber *Raised Adjustable Sight Rail * BT Combat Stock

* BT-4 AT THE CORE
* SLIDEAWAY FEEDPORT
* MPACT RESISTANT BAKED ON COATING
* SELECTA BARREL ™ ADAPTOR ALLOWS USE OF MULTIPLE BARREL THREADS
* DUAL PICATINNY MOUNTING RAILS
* REMOVEABLE GRIP FRAME
* TOURNAMENT LEGAL EXTERNAL VELOCITY ADJUSTOR
* WORKS WITH CO2 OR COMPRESSED AIR
* 1 YEAR FULL PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY!
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The BT Paintball Design BT-4 Banshee is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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flec Sunday, October 8th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months8 of 9 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
BT-4 Combat - Looks all that differ
BT-4 Assault - Looks all that differ (though Stock easier to use)
Tippman 98 - Old faithfull, same as (shares internals, designed by same guy)
SP8 - milsim, an ion in drag, not as solid so feels like if you drop it, it might brake, but better performance (speed accuracy)
A5 Stealth - Looks differ, good that it has flatline, but just add an apex and your on par
Marker Setup: BT-4 Banshee
Halo tsa lcd Frontman hopper
48cu 3000 psi tank
remote coil
apex
e-trigger
blu tube

SP Ion
Halo B Ripdrive
Victory board
Stainless Steel Freak Barrel Kit
Ape Rampage Board
L7 Bolt
Smart On/Off Valve
48cu 3000 psi tank
Green body kit ;)

tiberius arms tac-8
spare mag
leg holster

Factory Eblade E2 Cocker
Viewloader Evo 2
68cu 4500 psi tank
Evil Pipe Kit
Strengths: Looks mean
expansion chamber
Weaknesses: Extremely Heavy
Can't use sight rail with mask on
Price
Review: This is a good marker if you want the mil sim. Be wary, extremely heavy, useless sight rail and accuracy isn't the best if you have any sort of cross wind. If you just have to get an ak look-a-like go for it, otherwise get a bt-4 combat and put on an apex or flatline. Save yourself a lot of money this way and you will have a more accurate marker. Dont get me wrong, its good and looks sweet, but I am getting a new barrel and going to use a remote line to try and reduce the weight. Played today, 2 facing building which channeled air down the middle, the bt-4's with apex were shooting straight and sharp while the banshee's shots were catching every breeze and blowing off course.

Update

I have left my initial impressions on here, but would like to add that the accuracy isn't all that bad, in fact it is good, we all play paintball after all!

Update

Took the apex tip off and with some plumbers tape attached it to my banshee barrel. Interesting results, still decent accuracy but you can get some extra range (not as affective as on the standard apex, but hey). I know you can use 3 o-rings to attach the apex to an assault barrel, but yet to try that for the banshee.

Update

Plumbers tape and 4 o-rings did it, fully working apex tip on the banshee

Conclusion: If you want looks that kill, go for this, otherwise save money by buying a bt-4 and upgrading the stock parts.
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, March 15th, 2007 at 1:50 am PST
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Zerot Thursday, October 5th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 12 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Similar
Products Used:
BT4 Assault
Strengths: Looks like a beast.
Good acc
Weaknesses: $$$$$
Heavy
Review: I enjoyed using this gun when I used it for the first time I found the stock awkward vs. to the assaults stock but I got used to it I could not get used to how heavy it was my friends all where afraid of me when I was playing and I could get some one form a good distance
Conclusion: When you get used to the gun it kicks but some things are bulky but you get passed them if you are looking for a gun and are willing to shell out the cash you should do so
Rating:
9 out of 10
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