Tippmann Sierra One Paintball Marker Review Video @ Ripple




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muhammadirfan b rodzli: nice:D

Framigan Knight: Yes

jordan wheat: Is it the same as the project salvo?

bradleymoc: Subtitles?!

James Heilman: is there any mags that are a bit longer? idk without the longer mag it just doesnt look as authentic, as well you could hold a little more in the kit.

Tha Wabbit: Okay thanks :)

CatshackReports: I think the basic Tippmann A-5 is best ... you have more available after marker mods you can buy to add to it as opposed to the other Tippmann line markers, my two cents

Tha Wabbit: Which is best, Tippmann A5 basic with stalk and stuff, Sierra one or Alpha black? Help my head is spinning deciding on whitch one!?!?!

Joshua Richardson: @bkelleythehive It's the same thing. The Project Salvo is the U.S. Army edition. And learn to spell, Jesus...

Caleb McGill: do all canadians mumble that bad?

New Sinatra: shooting distance sucks

bkelleythehive: that is a proget solvo

Herbert M. Brunner: I also replaced the 20rd AR15 style mag with a metal 30rd mag. I should have just got the Alpha Black really. When fired the Salvo's stock 11' barrel has a distinctive pop that I like. Sounds great on 3 rd burst and full auto & has a mild recoil as well. No barrel breaks last time out full day. I like it. To me, mine looks and feels like a suppressed CQB, that's just louder of course. I think a barrel over 12" is too long for this. I'm considering going with a 1" diameter 8" shark tooth,or 10".

Herbert M. Brunner: Thanks. I've only used it 4 times - never used anything else to compare it with. Added a Cyclone feeder before it's 1st use, and use compressed air. *2nd use (E-grip installed & front stock removed) 1" diameter exposed barrel gives it a suppressed CQB look. *3rd use (swapped the long folding stock with an M4 collapsible - 3"shorter. I use the stock so that matters. Folded stock slams & compresses the Cyclone's rod and can break it. More accurate settings - 3 round bust vs semi auto, 290-300fps

eagleone: the gun shot one ball or auto ?

lActrXvids: It's easy to maintain, generally most Tippmanns are and cheap (for a paintball gun). A lot of the higher end milsim markers have infinitely more modding capabilities and are going to be more sturdy, mag-fed, and this day in era many have the capability of firing first strike rounds which are more expensive but way more accurate. Not at all, there are many milsim markers in the $800+ range for serious players and even more in the $300-500 range.

Herbert M. Brunner: Q. Why is the Sierra One/Project Salvo (US version) considered a starter marker? Q. In terms of military simulation markers, what's the significant difference between this marker and others within the same military simulation category? Q Are military simulation markers as a whole considered starter markers?

pumpkin1escobar: @LeZuRz about 5 lbs

LeZuRz: How heavy is the Sierra one? im interested in buying one.

Adam Jones: bravo one and the sierra one are the same just different body
Rating:
Tippmann Sierra One Paintball Marker Review Video @ Ripple 5 out of 5

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