Want a military style paintball marker?
Don’t quite want to spend the money to get a newly released CQC?
The Tippmann Project Salvo is for you.
It’s a great entry-level military style paintball gun that’s perfect for a beginner or anyone who just wants another marker kicking around.
Like most of the Tippmann paintball guns you see—the Project Salvo is really a Tippmann 98 on the inside. They just did some work to make the exterior look cooler. The advantage is that you get the awesome reliability of Tippmann 98 internals. That means that this marker will last forever and you’ll be able to beat the hell out of it.
The scenario-style doesn’t stop with looks.
The Project Salvo stock is adjustable and it folds away for tactical maneuverability and the 4 Picatinny rails accept any variation of AR-style accessories. Tippmann built a magazine under the marker that is visually appealing and functional. It acts as a tool storage area.
One of the best parts about the Project Salvo is it’s upgradability.
You can add an e-grip later if you want to as well as a custom response trigger, cyclone feeder, or a flat line barrel. Upgradability makes the Salvo perfect for beginners.
If you want to check out more details, click here for our video review.
You’re also going to need a remote line, so we’re going to give you one for free if you come in and pick up a tan Project Salvo.
With a tank attached to the marker, the adjustable stock isn’t exactly useable. This is a problem with all milsim style paintball markers. Using a remote line for your tank will make it so you can actually hold and use the marker like a military issue AR.
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