rented spyders and tippmanns at the fields....waited a year b4 i decided to pursue paintball and get my own gun.
Bruizer Outlaw, added expansion chamber, 13" empire twister barrel (makes it 50x more accurate and quiet), everything else stock cuz nuthin else is needed.
-the bruizer outlaw is very durable, accurate, and intimidating
- will take any spyder upgrade
the balls will curve unless u get a new barrel.....easy to fix :)
The Bruizer Outlaw makes an awesome intermediate-playing gun to anyone in paintball. A lot of people say in previous reviews that it is heavy but i think they just need to get some muscles because i dont think it is heavy at all. For $200 I got this gun and it has never let me down. It has not needed any maitenence since I have got it, which just saves me money. One thing that I would change about this gun is the nut that sticks out of the side of the handle. It is not too much of a problem to me because i just wear gloves, but to some it could be a nuisence. My two favorite aspects of this gun is the great durability of it (you could throw it into a brick wall and it wouldn't break), and the really cool look of it. I find it to superior to most spyders. If you are greatly experienced in paintball but dont have much $$$ choose the Outlaw. IT WILL NOT FAIL U! i love mine and will always have it. A++
I would recommend this gun to anyone of any age that is looking for a good gun that is not too expensive at all. It will serve you well in the most intense situations on the field. If you can find this gun for $200 or less, get it now. I give it a 9 as stock, but if you get proper upgrades on it I would definetly give it a 10. Excellent gun.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 13th, 2004 at 11:00 am PST