- DM5: Nothing on it
- Diablo: Nothing on it
- Syndicat mistfit: Nothing on it
-BT4 Combat: 14 inch barrel + Red dot sight
- BT Delta: Nothing on it yet
-Tippmann X7: All the internal upgrades, 14 inch barrel, MP5 SD MOD and X36 MOD, Tac Cap, Holosight or Red Dot.
- Tacamo AK-47: Nothing on it
-TM7: Nothing on it (its just perfect for me)
-Tippmann TPX: Flash light and extra mags
-Bravo One: Laser dot
- Warsensor Zeus: Nothing on it
personally, I don't think it needs anything for me. But if you would prefer, probably a RipClip, a red dot sight and other accessories.
- Extremely light
- Using battery
- Use paintball fast
As for my opinion about this marker, it is the best marker for anyone who is a CQB player like me. It is extremely light, lighter than the TPX! even with a hopper and a tank on it, you can run and shoot with one hand!!! So basically, this is my main gun when I want to go all out on the field and I have achieved 8 kills behind enemy lines without getting shot, due to its lightness and compact size. I was able to take on anyone in tight corners. as for the strength of this gun, it was extremely light and you can carry it the whole day without being tired with it. It is pretty accurate from medium range, I shot someone with a quick snap shot and got them on the head. it is consistent as well on the testing ground and on the field alike. When I went full auto in a window, all the paintballs went on top of their heads and all I had to do is to bring the fire down lower to get him. The shortest of this gun allows you to carry it and shoot it in one hand, I once took out a group of 6-7 people when they we're waiting to assault, but when the saw me I wasn't aiming. Instead I was shooting from the hip and gave them 1 paintball on each of them and they didn't reacted when they saw me coming out shooting at them from close range. Also, the good part is that it is loud! for newbies, they are afraid of it when they head the sounds of the marker. When I got them pinned down in a tower, I took out 1 and 2 others just gave up without much resistance!!! As for the bad part, I don't really have much because this gun blends very well with my style of play of getting close and personal, but there is one thing that bothers me is usually the range, The range of this gun is considered medium, anything above 100 yards is not worth shooting because most of the time, its a waste of paintball to hit someone at that range but since I don't need the range and most of the time im the front player, there is no need for me to get a longer barrel. Secondly, what I don't like the most is the use of battery and the electronic compartements, which is screw up during winter time and also, this gun really eats up paintballs really quickly. If your not planning to shoot around 300+ paintballs a day, then this gun is definetly not for you. In general, this is an awsome marker for those who darn stepping alone into enemy lines and go rambo style.
In general, I just love this marker, for those who doesn't want to spend alot of money, don't bother buying it, because you'll be spending alot on paint afterwards. Its perfect, for CQB! Keep the short barrel, it will help you on tight stuations. Great for defending entrances for bunkers and great for close range assault. I'll give it a 10/10, Im married to this gun! As for others that likes to crawl into mud and sand, this is definetly not the gun for you because of the electronic compartements. Hope this review helps!