Different features than other markers, and durable.
GT-2000 w/ ANS Jackhamer LPR. 14" Tru Flight Rifled Barrel and 10" Taso Elimanator Barrel. Ring Trigger and Java Grips.
I would buy a Low Pressure Regulator. This will cut recoil, and noise and gain better accuracy.
Dependable, Fast, Accurate even with stock barrel. Use "Zap" paint.
Stock grips feel rough. Pull these off and rubber undercoat them.
1. Start with a LPR. This will give better consistency on this marker. This should be the
first upgrade done. Why 90% of us use Co2. Want more consistency, here it is.
The "ANS Jackhammer 1 or 2 will do, or a "Palmers Rock, etc".
2. Then get a 14" barrel. I would try a carbon fiber or ceramic barrel. Have not tried
these barrels on this marker but know a J&J would kick balls. "aka paintballs".
3. Lighten the trigger springs. Buy a spyder trigger spring kit of the net .
Go to Ace hardware, etc and get lighter springs. If they are a little to long but feel
softer cut them down a bit. This is a cheap way for aftermarket springs. I am
working on a trigger mod for this marker soon. "So check back in a while".
The first mod is the best.
Second a barrel will do athough I am shocked for it being this good stock.
Third I have played pro ball with Micro Cockers, etc. I know about paintball
and knew and played with the Doom Troopers years ago. I play rec ball now.
I have played with all types of markers from PMI, Kingman, WGP, to crap markers
Nelspot and Splatmasters.
When you get good buy a Mag or Cocker. These are the best bang for the buck.
And they have been around for years with a proven track record. Although the GT
2000 will compete with tourney style markers if set up right.
Remember use only Zap paint.
Best marker next to a Icon.
One last time very accurate and dependable.