Vm 68 with Starfire bolt, mp5 stock, and a DYE Boomstick Barrel.
A Very Durable and dependable gun, low maintenance, and accurate.
Very heavy, velosity adjuster inside. Hard to find parts for anymore. Not very CO2 efficient.
This gun is a very good beginner and pro gun. Its very dependable, and since its made of solid alluminum, its very hard to break. The stock barrel it comes with is also very accurate, surprisingly. Every once in awhile the gun will chop balls. But for the most part i dont have any breaks. Its a very good sniper gun and also can put out the paint fairly fast in close melee's.
I personally recommend this gun to players of all age's and experiance. Its a very durable gun thats good all around.
quote:Originally posted by dp rocks Hey i'm just wondering, how much these guns cost right now. I found one and i'm just seeing if is a good deal for the price
anything around 150 or less is a good deal, period. these guns will outlast most if not all newer guns on the market. the running on liquid CO2 feature is priceless in itself. this is paintball history we're talking about after all.