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Posted 11 June 2008 - 03:11 PM

NOTE: THIS IS OF THE OLD MODEL 98 PAINTBALL GUN. THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE CUSTOM AND THE MOD.98 OTHER THAN THE TRIGGER CANNOT BE MODIFIED.

Pros-
Very Durable, made for the all-round player.
High quality, NO NEW PARTS in 8 years!
Well Thought Through, TONS of modifications and add-ons.
Versitile, from Speedball to the Senario Junky, it will work, just modify it to the situation.
Attractive, It has a simple elegence.
Rarely chops, It has trouble in the winter with brittle paint, as long as you dont open up like John Wayne, you will be ok or if you use winterized paint.
Offset Hopper, one of the few guns that have an offset feed for a practical sight.
2 rapid fire trigger options, E-Bolt or Response
Low Pressure kit, for higher efficiency
Made to satisfy, will not let you down unless you screw it up.
Great customer service, they take care of you.
Cons-
Somewhat heavy, When you have a reddot sight, an M4 barrel Mod and a stock, it can get kinda heavy during those long senario games. get a sling.
Electric mods for the CUSTOM are expensive, E-Bolt costs like 100$, that is more than half the gun itself.
Like I said earlier, Chopping paint in the winter w/out winterized paint.
Long body design, The in-line system is longer than the typical double stack tubes found on many speedball guns.

Thanks for reading

This post has been edited by Sgt. Tapioca: 11 June 2008 - 07:59 PM

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