The T-storm is a low quality paintball marker that can be found at most retail stores (Walmart) for around $40. It will shoot a paintball when you pull the trigger, and that is about all that can be said. It has exceptionally poor air consistency as well as having a habit of breaking in a matter of months. It is not recommended to buy this marker unless you only plan on playing once or twice.
No, the T-storm is a very cheap, unreliable marker that has a poor reputation from breaking down.
BT-47 MR Series stock.
No. Brass Eagle products in general do not last very long before breaking. This also goes for any guns you can buy at Walmart.
Twist the Allen screw on the back of the gun to the right.
It will cost more for a HPA tank then the Tstorm is worth, but yes.
All guns are semi automatic unless otherwise stated. yes it is
Sadly no. Brass Eagle did not produce any after market upgrades for their markers, and sense they are now out of business, you will not be able to find any triggers.
Any Spyder threaded barrels.
i would recommend the t storm. Brass Eagle is a solid company and make great beginning guns. The only plus with the Tac 5 is it usually comes in some sorta of a package. (Loader, Mask, and Tank).
Any CO2 tank with standard threading. It cannot use un-threaded disposable 12 gram cartridges without an adapter.
Well, the Brass Eagle brand of paintball markers is a very basic line of paintball guns but my opinion of a good paint ball gun is anything that will satisfy you. If you are a beginner and just want to try the sport a suggest a T-Storm it is a favorite of mine and is good as a secondary weapon or maybe a primary with the right barrel it will do quite a distance and you will get a good 10,000 shots before it needs repairs.
No. Any marker that can be purchased at Walmart is of very low quality. It has many problems with ball breakage due to its lack of eyes or any Anti chop mechanism, and has very low consistency while firing along with it being made by Brass Eagle, which is notorious for making terrible markers in general. Do not purchase one unless you plan on only playing once.
Any laser that fits its 7/8 inch rails. However, with the makers poor accuracy (reall all paintball guns), a laser is unnecessary.