The Saber Twin Turbo is a new dual jet capacity pump-action marker. This revolutionary dual jet capacity coupler allows the player to use two 12 gram CO2 cylinders. The integrated hopper design provides a new sleek look while simplifying the reloading process. With a reinforced pump handle and sleek futuristic profile, the Blade Turbo is a perfect entry level marker and excellent value for those looking to participate in the sport of paintball for the first time. The ergonomic handle adds styling that places this marker in the category of extreme sports equipment.
The Brass Eagle Saber Twin Turbo is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
I bought this at Wal Mart the other day because it was cheap and i wanted something to just mess around with. I wasn't expecting much because of what i have heard from fellow players about brass eagle. I got home, set it up and went out to see how this was. I was surprised with how easily it cocked. i pulled the trigger and i hit about 5 feet off my target at about 20 feet. I learned right off that bat that this wasn't the most accurate gun i have ever shot. The way they have the hopper set up gets in the way of your aiming. It gives it a better look but when you try to aim you have to kinda guess and then adjust from your first shot. Also sometimes after I would cock it, a paintball or two would role out of the barrel! One thing that i did like was that it holds two 12grams and is pretty effiecent.
I would recommend this gun to people that just want something to fool around with and don't want to spend the cash. Also if you want a very cheap pump gun that you could use if one of your buddies wants to join in the fun, but i would NOT recommend this product to anyone who is thinking about it being in the primary set up.
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Great on CO2
Runs on 12 grams
This gun is head and shoulders better than Brass Eagle's other plastic pumps, the blade, talon, blade 02, etc. The integrated hopper is a big plus and this marker is great on co2. The increase of 12 grams from 1 to 2 really reduces the amount of cartridge changing, but why not have it accept a 3.5 oz tank? They aren't too big or too heavy to break the plastic frame and it's a lot more economical than 12 grams. That being said, it's not a horrible gun, but I would not recommend it for your main playing marker.
I recommend getting this gun if you have an extra $20 burning a hole in your pocket. It's a good gun to let other players borrow it or you can target shoot with it. I would not play with this as my main gun, but I picked one up to let buddies borrow it and have an extra body on the playing field. One request to Brass Eagle though, no more 12 Grams!
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no upgrades available
Easy to reload
Plastic,Loud,Runs on 12 gram cyliners
I got this gun 4 free from my piano teachers kid after I sold him my brass Eagle Raider. After I first posted this review I realized that this gun was really alot worse than i thought. Its loud, and the plastic breaks easily. Plus its a pain to run it on 12 gram co2 cylinders. This is horrible compared to any other pump gun on the market.
If your broke and five years old than buy it. But other than that theres no reason to. you can pay a couple bucks more for a crappy semi gun. At least you wont have to pump that one.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 24th, 2007 at 5:56 pm PST
a T68 marker with a 16 inch rifled barrel, a Q-loader, a harris bipod, a 4x32 tasco scope and BSA laser sight attachment and last but not least a gas thru stock complete with remote line.
none (don't waste your money)
-easy on CO2
-excessive ball chops
-about as accurate as an archery competitor in the special Olympics.
Personally, i'd say that if you are going to buy this gun with the intention of using at as your only paintball gun, then your life might need a little rethinking. i bought this gun with the idea that if a guy runs up to me while i'm reloading, i'll need a sidearm. unfortunately, most paintball pistols are out of my price range. so I went to wal-mart and bought the first plastic piece of refuse capable of firing a paintball that i could find.
I have now purchased two of these guns. one, as a main sidearm, and the other is for replacing the first one when it finally gets me angry enough to stick some firecrackers and rocket engines in its barrel.
Definitely buy one of these if you can't afford a paintball pistol, but for christ sakes, don't let anyone catch you holding one of these things as your only weapon at a paintball tournament. it would not be a pretty sight.
as a sidarm i'd rate it at 5
as a gun, i rate it...