Black-Orange Ripper 2 with VP bolt, pistons, and hoseguard, a function ASA, katana style techna, m3 infamous board, lucky 15 and hybird grips.
Dust black dm6 all stock...soon to have lime green accents or a lime fade.
I dont think there are any, and i wouldnt want any for this marker, its good as it is.
Well one of my friends let me borrow his NSG Splatmaster for a few games.
Weight/Profile/Design- The Spalmaster is a well made marker for its time, and even for today. The design is what I'd call reverse pump action in a way. Rather than pumping the gun back forth, you simply press a black that loads a paintball into the breach, etc. Not as easy as it sounds, the button is fairly hard to push. The barrel is built in to the gun, which is made of plastic. Making for a much smaller barrel, and therefore shaving off the weight a normal aluuminum barrel would have. The gun, as said, is plastic, but this makes for a very lightweight marker. It has the ruggedness of a Tippmann, and the weight of well......anything that weighs a bit more than a pound.
Reloading/Shots off Twelve Gram- Reloading is a snap. Just carry a few plastic tubes with you, a twelve gram or two, any your all set. Reloading is very simple; for paint just pull out the empty tube, and pop in another. For your twelve gram(s), just unscrew the bottom cap, put in another, snap the cap back on and your good to go.
Trigger Pull- Very Light, nice and easy action.Not so short you get misfires, but not so long that by the time you pull the trigger you've been gogged.
Kick- One of the only that really bothered me about the Splatmaster, is the kick after every shot, which greatly throughs off your accuracy. Other than I never really minded the kick.
Accuracy- Pretty much from kick. ^
The NSG Splatmaster is a well made marker. I highly recomend this marker to those who want a change from traditional play with trixes, timmys, egos and the like to pick one of these up, and enjoy the single shot action thrill of old school paintball.