The all new Brass Eagle Tactical T-StormÔŅĹ semi-automatic paintball marker takes woods play to the next level. Loaded with all the features a player desires, the all new T-Storm marker is sure to be a big hit and deliver plenty of hits on the field.
tactical loader with elbow - features 140 count capacity and an easy to open flip cap lid
tactical foregrip - deliver comfort and control while providing support for quick and accurate movement of your marker
double finger blade trigger - for increased firing rate
offset feedport - for better visibility and increased aiming accuracy
2 step field strip technology - top cocking pull pin allows you to remain in the game and internal quick-release pin for maintenance after the game
removable ported aluminum barrel - for increased accuracy and reduced noise
soft touch grip panels - for increased comfort and feel
The Brass Eagle T-Storm is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
tippman a-5 all stock
spider tl (back up) all stock
i dont need 20 million upgrades to be good, old school.
Semi fast shooting
Not the most accurate
Hoppers big and might be easy target
Well i was shopping on the holidays, and my nephew has been whanting a semi-automatic gun, so i saw this for 60$ or something like this and it had come witht he stuff to play. so he opened it up and loved it, i gave him 15 paint balls and he shot a barrel 50-60 feet a way, and 7/15 of the shots hit the barrel, i dont know if it was his aim or what and it was not windy out either, so its way lighter than my a-5 and durable but not as durable as my a-5, its great for the money, one thing you are going to need is a better barrel for sure, you can get a cheap ones at Dick's or wal-mart for less than 40$.
my nephew just played a game with me today, and the gun worked great, in the woods with the wind blowing maby 5-10 mph i let him get 5 free shots at me and 3/5 hit me but one was in the arm and the other was in the waist and the last was in the forearm. so the gun is fairly accurate but not the most. and its very light weight and is easy wo move around the woods with.
The gun is cheap and all right, i think brass eagle did a ok job on it, its probaly one of there best guns made in a long time, they used to make good guns, but anyway its great if you are new and need a decent woodsball gun.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, January 1st, 2008 at 6:25 pm PST
Stock hopper is a paintball magnet
I borrowed this from a kid on the field to test it out and it was embarrasing. I thought that it would be quasi-decent, but it's just a Brass Eagle Marauder shoved into a different body. If you look at the pictures, you might actually think that it has a real RIS rail on top. Wrong, it's a FAKE rail, and that was dissapointing. Also, you're limited to a lower rate of fire because this thing also chops like a Marauder. This is a just K2's attempt at making another milsim gun and failing. I played with this kid's 9oz and he just filled it up. Before i got through 300 rounds, it ran out on me. I know Spyders that can get more off a fill.
The gun did feel good in my hands, however. That's why i thought it would be decent. It's a solid gun on the outside, but it lacks range/accuracy and the CO2 efficiency that i'm used to in the guns i normally use. The stock hopper it comes with is not what you want to be using at the field or in the woods. It screams out that you're there and people will shoot and you.
In conclusion, don't bother with this gun. Even if you're trying to get into the sport, this gun is too much of a hassle and when you're getting beat each time, you'll want to quit. Get a spyder or a Tac-5 if you're into the woodsball thing. You can get a tac-5 for roughly ten dollars more than this gun, and it has more upgrades and such.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 31st, 2007 at 9:40 am PST
Over all its pretty rugged not like a tippmann but will stand up to most wooded players barrel is spyder so there are some cheap good barrels out there i would say it is a good starter gun if you are short on cash internals seem to be all spyder parts the grip has a molded base were the asa is that seems to be cheaply made but it should hold up
Beginner or starter gun for wood play u can upgrade the internals with better stuff and it seem to get the noise down if you want a starter gun there are many to choose from this is the best poly type that i would say buy it if you like the look it does shoot pretty good with a new barrel i used a phat barrel system and i was inpressed