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Derek1135 Thursday, September 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann 98c
Spyder victor II
In my opinion, The Game Face Vexor is about the same level of the Spyder Victor II and is a little better than the Tippmann 98c
Marker Setup: Vexor
CP One-Piece Classic Barrel 14in.
20 oz. CO2 Tank
Extreme Rage 20 oz. Butt Plate
Break up Tape (Camoflage)
Sling
Recommended
Upgrades:
The accuracy of the stock barrel is pretty good but a new, longer barrel woudn't hurt. (It uses spyder threaded barrels)
Strengths: Rate of Fire
Accuracy
Price
never chops
light
reliable
rugged
Weaknesses: None really
Review: Despite it's price, this is actually a really nice paintball marker. So far, i shot about 2000 paintballs through it and not one break or chop ( i was shooting 8-10 bps, thats about the highest i can do right now). Accuracy is pretty good for the stock barrel but you would probably would want to upgrade the barrel soon. I only shot PMI Premiums through the stock barrel and they shot pretty good even though they were a little small for the barrel so i would think any paintball with a .693 diameter would shoot good out of the stock barrel. I put a 14in. Custom Products One-Piece Classic Barrel on it and now it does great in woodsball. I always get a lot of comments on my marker. Things like "whats that" and "Thats a nice marker". I bought the kit for about $115( I over paid, saw it for $80 at other places), but it's still worth it. It came with everything you need to play; Marker, Skul Mask, Hopper, Squeegee, one pod full of paint, some spare O-rings and allen wrenches, and a disposable CO2 tank with the adapter. The hopper and mask are pretty good although i did experience one problem with the hopper, the balls got "hung up" in the hopper once when i was playing. Just a quick shake and it fixed it and so far it never happened again. The marker itself is reliable and rugged but i did experience one problem with it as well, twice when i was playing woodsball, the marker didn't recock itself when i pulled the trigger so i had to cock it again. This only happened twice out of 2000 balls. Besides those two problems i had, it's still a great paintball marker.
Conclusion: This marker is great for beginners and intermediate players. Its really cheap too, i saw the marker by itself for $60. I really think you should buy it if you are just getting into paintball or are short on cash.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, January 19th, 2006 at 11:40 am PST
 

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