.68. Almost all guns are this caliber.
No. The Bt4 uses A5 threads, and the Tm 15 (a modified invert mini) uses Autococker threads.
Any of the Tippmann/BT4 guns have the most aftermarket parts. not only barrels, internals and electronics, but outer grips, shrouds and other aesthetic parts.
No It uses a screw on the top that goes into the a5, the bt4 uses a rail system. Besides the Bt-4 already comes with a better hand-grip then the A5.
No. The Tippmann handle is screwed on from the bottom, where the bt is held on s rail.
It will preform the same as the bt4 and the tippmann 98. It is a beginner marker, so compared to the entire market it is not "good" I is however an excellent starter marker.
yes, it is called dragonball : raging blast
At the end of the barrel there are a series of threads. First and foremost the threads have to match. If they do not, you could strip the threads and make the marker useless. From here simply screw the barrel in till it becomes snug.
No, but maybe you can in dbz bt4
In hazardous areas where explosive chemicals and reactions take place, motors with a class level of BT4 are considered ideal. Their tough exterior make them resistant to violent jostling.