I have 3 markers but the brass eagle T-Storm is for messing around & i have a 16"linear barrel, VL 200 cap hopper,12oz Co2 canister
new barrel definately due to the pathetic stock barrel, possibly 12"-16" , i recomend the 16 incher due to its accuracy
cheap,accurate,powerful, has AK reliability,decent pre-set upgrades
Loud,gas effciency?,poly body?!, reasonable recoil, 8BPS(no good for speedy gonzalez games)
Well great starter marker, has decent pre set upgrades such as double finger trigger, tactical front hand grip, it has spyder threads for barrels up-grades wich is a must do for even a decent game of wood ball but perfect for semi auto CQ scrapping, but with my experience so far with this marker is Wow it is in my opnion the AK of the marker low end world so reliable,hardly chops, powerful, accurate (depending on barrel & distance) with the right up grades & MAINTENANCE! this gun can definately punch above its weight as i have done! perfect for woodball and games belows spesh gettysburg/ rork's drift (brit version) and starlingrad but not rambo doesn't have the BPS, reasonable on Co2 effeciency but the stock hooper must go its ergonomics are $h!t always being seen from a mile away yet for some reason the action seems to get closer wich is perfect for ambush drills wich my team alwayz use :P as a result im not complaining 137 confirmed elimnations with this and still going strong!
If i had to give advice on this i would say keep mainting it & alwayz oil it after a match or duing a tourny cept for that buy decent paintballs and you'll be on the road to victory (but remember this is only for begginers or to be used as a back up for experienced players only like moi ) and as ya can tel i love this marker so its a ...................
The AK of paintball guns is the Tippmann M98. Everyone knows that. I will admit that this isnt that bad. I woudn't use it or recommend it to anyone unless your wallet is limited, but, at least for BE, this isn't the worst choice ever.
I think you're right about the nupgrades. I got me a carbon fiber Stryker 14" barrel (I didn't wanna spend more on the barrel than on the gun), and it made a big difference. I'm just looking for a way to fit some sort of stock and it's a great little woodsball gun. I have a BT, but this is the one I play when the weather is bad.