Posted 09 May 2008 - 08:25 AM
cyclone feed=no batteries,
7/8in built on rail systems,
durable and reliable (its a tippmann),
can use C02,
stock iron site is very effective,
easy to maintenance and field strip,
not very accurate (suggest a stabilizer),
price (as far as I'm concerned, the a5 is a step further for having a front ASA),
good balance is hard to achieve,
front grip with site will wiggle (put a few rolls of electric tape on the barrel will fix this problem),
bit loud (there are no low pressure kits for it).
Over all I think its a good marker Its just a bit costly to make it preform its best.
Posted 13 May 2008 - 03:53 PM