JT Impulse Paintball Gun Review

In this review, we take a look at the [amazon_textlink asin=’B00BZGZ544′ text=’JT Impulse paintball marker’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’paintballish-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’98b94702-e3f2-11e8-86b5-37e1fbb8137f’], its key features and get to grips with this models pros & cons.

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Key Features

Looking at the construction and weight of the JT Impulse, the components are placed in an aluminum casing and this stacked tube electronic paintball gun weighs only one pound and fourteen ounces with the battery inserted.

The blue OLED screen display is very bright and allows you to choose the firing rate easily and this screen helps you choose the ideal playing mode. The OLED crystal clear screen can be seen easily in bright sunlight.

LBR technology produces smooth shots as the balanced valve allows you to shoot with accuracy and it suits both new and experienced players alike. A consistent fluid space improves firing consistency and ensures no jamming and it can shoot off with 12 pods and a hopper in one fill.

The clamping feed neck can be replaced with no tools and the piston is also air cushioned for a smooth internal movement. The [amazon_textlink asin=’B00BZGZ544′ text=’JT Impulse paintball marker’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’paintballish-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’98b94702-e3f2-11e8-86b5-37e1fbb8137f’] utilizes a four adjustable magnetic trigger which allows you to tune the sensitivity level and this suspended trigger has a dual bearing. The firing rate is high enough for an entry level marker.

A 14 inch two piece micro honed barrel is appropriate for most players. This two barrel is attached securely on the marker and it can be adjusted to the correct level. Its also very light and has great porting. The contoured slim grip is very smooth and comfortable when hand held as the ergonomic design of this marker makes you feel like it morphs in your hand. It is easily one of the most comfortable guns on the market.

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The JT Impulse also features a mounted ASA system which is easy to use and does not purge the system. The ASA has an on/off knob and bleed capabilities. Wired break beam eyes are incorporated to avoid breaking or chopping the balls and the spring driven detents have a longer lifespan.

The incorporated bolt can last a year without replacements and is also easy to remove when you want to clean internal parts. In terms of software upgrades, this can easily be done using a miniature USB port.

The [amazon_textlink asin=’B00BZGZ544′ text=’JT Impulse paintball marker’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’paintballish-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’98b94702-e3f2-11e8-86b5-37e1fbb8137f’] package comes with a barrel sleeve, a DVD and spare parts kits. The packaging is also great with a simple closing case.

Pros (the good)

The [amazon_textlink asin=’B00BZGZ544′ text=’JT Impulse paintball marker’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’paintballish-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’98b94702-e3f2-11e8-86b5-37e1fbb8137f’] is a light model which rips shots off quickly. The valve has been improved to offer the right balance. There is almost no recoil kickback which guarantees steady use and accuracy. It has a very long grip which is easy to hold. You can easily fit your thumbs between the trigger frame and the regulator. It works great even in extreme weather conditions. This marker is light to handle but durable but well built and durable at the same time. The shooting accuracy provides good results at all shooting levels.

Cons (the not so good)

The screen is cheaply made, but it remains visible nearly in all conditions. The trigger is hard to adjust but its super solid. The regulator is far away from the trigger. However, it allows you to hold the marker much better.

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