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good pump December 26, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from cutler, ohio  
I play woodsball and milsim leage paintball with this gun.
Pros-
Reliable
Acurate
Awsome barrel
auto trigger with out that silly thin off on          
    the side
Cons-
 NONE

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Solid Pump May 3, 2012
Reviewer: J from St. Catharines, ON Canada  
The sights work despite the small wiggle of the pump arm. This will not affect performance since there are other variables that will greater affect tradjectory that are uncontrollable. Accurate marker. Easy to clean. You may break balls at first due to bad pumping technique but you will improve drastically. This marker needs no improvements that are marker-specific. Im adding a small tank and hopper to reduce profile/weight. This may benerfit any marker. Overall this marker is solid, accurate, and fun. At about $100 you will not go wrong.

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built pro April 8, 2012
Reviewer: Texas security paintball from Pearland, TX United States  
this gun is invinsible easy to mantnance and i play speedball with is every weekend you need skill 2 use just like ant other pump and u save so much cash on paint and air.(sorry about spelling)

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Great for the price November 14, 2011
Reviewer: Daniel from Florida  
For $99 your getting a VERY solid pump gun. It's light, simple, looks cool, accurate, and compact. It comes with a pretty nice 50 round hopper which never jams. The whole thing is made of "bullet-proof" alluminum except for the pump handle which is made of good hard plastic and the trigger which is metal. This gun WILL never break. Only complaints is that there are no detents, so paintballs will roll-out of the barrel if you pump it then point the barrel down, but you can make detents with nail polish. Also the pumping is a little hard at first but once you break it in it gets pretty smooth. If your budget is $100, GET THIS! But if you have more money, get the Azodin Kaos Pump for $170!

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Tippmann SL-68 II May 24, 2011
Reviewer: Ben from Midway, UT United States  
I have had this marker for about a year now, and I have to say its been a great little pump. This marker is a good investment if you want to get into playing pump, without breaking the bank. I've played with this marker on the field many times, and it hasn't let me down once. It has been a fantastic marker, with not a single problem what so ever! Very stong, durable, and most of all reliable. It has a very solid, quality feel when you hold it in your hands. the pump stroke is really smooth and crisp, no grinding or squeaking what so ever. The SL-68 II is an over all GREAT pump marker, and should last you a life time. The only issue I've found with this marker is when your using small bore paint it has a tendency to role out your barrel (because it has no detents). Other than that, this marker is perfect!

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  6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
 
good pump November 30, 2009
Reviewer: justin from barrington, NH United States  
The sl 68 2 is a great starter pump marker.It was easy to use with its simple design.The only promblem is that it has no detents and lack of barrel upgrades.The only company making barrels for this marker is j&j.The best part about this marker is the auto trigger and the  you can use hpa.

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