The A5 Is the best out of these mentioned, even wi price considered. It is the same price as a alpha black (bravo one in Canada) and a cyclone feed, but is easier to take apart, has more upgrades available, has a tombstone adapter instead of the plug or screw in vertical adapter.
The X7 (non Phenom) is just the A5 with more plastic parts for more money. The Tippmann X7 Phenom is a superior marker to all other Tippman's because of its Spool valve and ability to work semi automatically without a battery and fully automatic with a battery.
Yes, all 98 threaded barrels fit: model 98 98 custom alpha black/ bravo one project salvo/ tango one carver one They will NOT fit: tippmann A5 Tippmann X7/ phenom TPX pistol tippmann prolite spyders or any other companies
Yes, along with the project salvo, and carver one, and their Canadian versions the Bravo one, and Tango one.
No, It was not meant to anyways. The main Tippmann lines has the Tippmann 98 as their starter marker, the Tippmann A5 as their intermediate marker, and the X7/X7 Phenom as their top brand. The bravo one (alpha black in The United States) is simply a different looking Tippmann 98. The A-5 has the cyclone feed, and is much easier to take apart with a tombstone airline and push-pin disassembly.
No, it is slightly different shaped.
The Bravo one/Alpha Black is a great, cheap starter marker. It is reliable and durable, but that's about it. The tactical edition is useful if you plan on buying a remote line or like having a horizontal hand grip. For the price, it is a great gun.
Witch ever you can find the cheapest, they are (nearly) identical in looks and identical in performance. The bravo one is based on the Tippmann 98, and the omega is based on the BT4. The 98 and Bt4 are internally identical.
Any stock built for the Tippmann 98 series, including the project salvo, alpha black and the non Tippmann BT4. A5/x7 ans spyder mr stocks will not fit.
Pretty much all Tippman accessories are universal on all Tippman Models. If it, it will state clearly on the box.
The Canadian version of the alpha black is called the "bravo one" because the US one is sponsored by the US army. So, yes, they are legal to have in Canada.
Not unless you get the handle adapter and drill a hole in the carry handle.
Bravo One is a tactical gun paint marker used in Paintball fights or games. One can see the videos at Youtube and one can purchase the guns at Canada Paint Ball, eBay, Badland Paint Ball, Paint Ball Gear and Tippmann.
yes my 98c flatline works fine on mt AB, but the flatline cover doesnt fit cuz of the carrying handle lol. you can also buy barrel adaptors for things loke spyder barrels, or dye. and i think smart parts works on all guns but im not sure about that one