None really...I've only used a Tippman Rental before
14" PMI Razzor
VL quantum Loader
20 oz Tank
New Barrel, e-Hopper, and an e-Grip
Very Solid All-Around
I am still kind of new to the whole paintball game, however, I have taken my time to do the proper research when it comes to purchasing equipment and getting the best bang for your buck. I bought this as a package off of the internet for about $100, including a 20oz tank. I was able to use this it right out of the box which is good for a novice pballer. I have not chopped one ball in two different outings, using about 2000 balls. Thats great! I have also been able to go head to head competitively with other ballers who toted higher end guns into the match-up, while mine was completely stock. I just recently got the 14" barrel and the e-Hopper.
The only thing I would definitely reccommend an upgrade on in the beginning is a barrel.
If you want to play at an inexpensive level and build your way up piece by piece, I would completely reccommend this marker. it is very solid, low maintainence and allows you to get into the game without a huge financial commitment. The guys that I play with have Spyder makers that they paid double for yet I am not out-classed. Which is all you can ask for (For your equipment to keep you in the game.)
Also, I would definitely reccommend an upgrade to the barrel once you can do so.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, January 10th, 2005 at 1:10 pm PST