-Holster (drop leg, too big for a sholder.)
-Spray it to match your kit!
-Manual refresh on every shot
Where do i start?
.....I was offered one of these while i was at college, i said yes because i was into paintball and it was only a tenner. It was really cool. I took it home, shot it a bit and looked at pbreview to see what i could do with it. Most people said it was hard to take apart, but i gave it a go. It is so simple inside i thought it was missing some parts! I washed all the parts and put it back together with no problems.
I brought a Viper drop leg holster and cut it to fit the marker. I went off to my feild and everyone thought it was sweet and wanted one. I went back to the bloke a brought it off and brought all that he had, that was 19 splatmasters. Since then i have sold and modded so many of them.
This gun is sweet, you can take it apart and put it back together with ease. It is powerfull when the gas is new, and most of them were very accurate considering they all had heavily scratched short plastic barrels. You can up the power on it by swapping the spring or putting washers in it. Only one of them broke, and that was because the fool kept juggling with it and dropping it! These guns are as old as me and have been used and abused for years but kept on going. The plastic easily accepts spray paint for that custom look.
The only problems i have is i have no tubes so i put paint in the top and tape the end shut, this is fine as i only use it as a back up.
Buy the gun, its cheap and cheerful and keeps on going. You can mod it to bits and it works well, my total kills with it so far is 7, which is good because i have only used it in a game 3 or 4 times.
Amazing for a stock weapon.