It is a little shiny and can give your position if your trying to hide
This is the best gun i have ever used. It will fire as fas as you can, and it never chops. I used to have the Regular Vexor and i loved that so much that when i got too good for it i wanted to stay with another Game Face product so i got this. If you saw the review in international paintball magazine you'll know what im talking about. This is the best gun ever under 200$
I just used it in an airball fiend this weekend. It works great or something like that. It is not great like i said in weaknesses for when your trying to be a sniper because it is shiny. But for normal speedball and airball, and woodsball it works great! i love the barrel on this. I put a new spring in it so it would shoot a little bit faster. I would guess mine at about 15 bps. It is a really new gun and i ahve never seen anybody else with it but i dont know why i think when more people test it it will become widely popular.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 9th, 2005 at 6:50 am PST
Hey can you write up a little bit more once you've played with it a few times. It's always good to have a really thorough review when a marker is in the proving stage like this. Either way cool setup I actually have an Apache already in preparation of getting my Vexor. Eye
quote:Originally posted by YoBoneDaddy Hey can you write up a little bit more once you've played with it a few times. It's always good to have a really thorough review when a marker is in the proving stage like this. Either way cool setup I actually have an Apache already in preparation of getting my Vexor. Eye
I upgraded my review for you sry if theres a lot of spelling mistakes im tryiing to type fast because im in study hall and suposed to be researching Mark twain lol. Thanks i love this setup i ave only played with it twice. but out of a case and a half of paint i have neveer chopped and for a little while i was using a gravity feed hopper because i couldnt fine my apache. I love that loader
You'd defintely want High Pressure. The marker's designer told us the optimal operating pressure is somewhere around 500-600PSI which is in the High Pressure range. As for the stock reg, I'd recommend going some place with all day air, turn your eyes off and dry fire the marker until you can't recock (make sure your bolt orings are really lubed) get another refill and do it again. This will handle breaking in your reg, then try chronoing it, it'll give you a good idea of how accurate the reg can be (most regs suck when you first get them)
All markers have the same effective range at the same pressure. Accuracy is the sum total of the shooter's aim, the regulation of the air supply and the smoothness of the barrel. Range is the sum total of the trajectory of the ball and the force with which it is launched.
im trying to decide between this gun or a spyder electra w/ eyes...if anyone here has any suggestions or advice that would be great...im only asking because they both sound nice but i havent had any experience with them so i can only believe what im told and sometimes thats not rly the truth
The bottom line is theyre both great guns for the money, the vexor probably has more value for the price though and is lighter then the electra. When it comes down to it its mainly personal oreference with looks because performance isnt that muc different between the two.