Spyder C2000, T98, Rebel,all mostly stock markers, some have BL kits, some have internals polished, if manufacturers made a decent piece of equipment in the first place we wouldn't need upgrades.
depends on paint used, PMI paint can be used in stock barrels with consistent results, JT, BE paint need to be dropped on targets from directly above them to be consistent.
Cheap Paint, Manufacturer claims to be good paint, mark target well, bounce well off concrete
Just had woods game with 10 people, both guys and girls, all guns shot PMI premium pinks and JT Elite yellows, most all (95 out of 100) PMI's shot real well, most all(80 out of 100) JT's shot way off mark, balls had a bad curve to them at anything over 15 yards. Just cause paint is cheap or expensive shouldn't mean squat, this is paintball,not Desert Storm.
Paintball is not fun with this type of paint, 33 bucks a 2000 count is cheap: but means nothing if majority of balls track off at any real distance. If you mark targets at 15 yards or less this will work, if you have any kind of running attack or defense this paint shouldn't be in your hopper. So far PMI premium's have been best bang for bucks. By the way, when are paintballers going to get together and stop putting up with high priced paint?! They are ripping us off and the price seems to just keep going up. You listening reps? Keep this up and you all will be the ones who kill this sport for good.