When I first saw this gun online it was one of the sweetest thing I have seen. The rocking trigger looked tight and the design was flawless. I was a little ify on a 330 price tag, but when I continiued to look around I found that xtremez.com/paintball was selling it for 240 with a free bag. At that price I couldn't refuse and I am very glad I didn't.
This gun has been nothing, but amazing for me ever since I bought it. The Rocking trigger is amazing and the anti chop eyes work perfect. It was a little dissapointing that there was no full auto at first, but i quickly got over this with the rate of fire that is possible for this gun. An electric hopper is a must or else you will never reach this guns full potential.
My guns accuracy is amazing, especialy after I added the J&J barrel. You can use this gun at any position. If your the foward layer, it's pretty light and you can move fast to the front where with it's shooting speed can take out a bunch of player. For middle players it has the three burst setting so you can cover for your advancing forwards. For back snipers it has amazing accuracy so you will be able to pick off other players across the field.
Right now I ussually play 4 v 4 speedball and may gun rapes everyone on the field. Even when I'm facing my three normal teamates who have a Spyder Rodeo with a rocking trigger, Tippman A-5 with flatline barrel and Spyder MR3, it completely destroys them. I have yet to face any pro guns with the VS3, but I'm positive it'll match up to the thousand dollar guns.
My two only complaints are the feed for the neck isn't the best and will need to be tightened nearly every game, and the little barrel neck that makes it so alot of barrels can't fit on the gun, but yet again the J&J Ceramic Barrels fit..
In conclusion, this gun is absolutly amazing and I would recommend to anyone who plays speedball, I have yet to play woodsball with it, but I'm positive it excelles there to.
The accuracy and bps will rape the field for any sniper, middy or forward who uses it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, June 7th, 2007 at 8:30 am PST