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My cousin has a BT-4 Assault that's similar to that and it shoots great. He's only had one leak in it, so we had to strip it down(there's like 200 pieces on the skematic). It was a pain, but we got it fixed. He also uses a remote line due to the bulkiness of the gun.
 

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Yeah, but it came with a stock and the one he got doesn't have a braided hose or ASA. All it has is a thing that the remote hooks onto. It is a big hassle though, having to carry around a tank in your pocket or something. I tried it.
 

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Honestly all that crap on there making it look real, will just make you play like crap once you have a tank and a hopper on it also. If you want to win just buy a marker that performs, it will be more fun than buying a tippmann knock-off that breaks down all the time (that's what tippmanns do...).

I'd go for a F8 Fusion, an SLG, or an SP-1 (a phenomonal gun in this pricerange).

If you've got about $400-$450 laying around, a new Etek Ego can be found. This is probably the most bang for your buck out there!

If you want the scenario look, just cover it with camo tape and ghilli it...

If you really want the best performance for your money and still want the scenario look, I'd go with the SP-1 Hands down, nothing outperforms it for the price and scenario looks, nothing.
 

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tippmanns

tippmanns all the way!!!!thumup:
 

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poppasmurf is an idiot.

sweden, have you ever used anything besides a tippman or lowend marker? they're quality markers but can't hold a candle to anything in the mid/high end.

I'm not saying they're bad or will make you loose either. That's about you, not hat youre' shooting.
 

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Honestly all that crap on there making it look real, will just make you play like crap once you have a tank and a hopper on it also. If you want to win just buy a marker that performs, it will be more fun than buying a tippmann knock-off that breaks down all the time (that's what tippmanns do...).

Tippmanns break down? What Tippmanns have you used?
 

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Tippmanns don't break down. That's why field owners can rent out tippys to ignorant newbies, knowing they probably won't have to fix anything by the end of the day except for an oring or two.

The alpha looks like a great scenario gun for the money.
 
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