ANS GEN-X Chaos3. The Dragun is way better in my opinion (faster).
Dragun Fly LED (Blue), Check It Powerstation, Unimount drop, Armson barrel, Evolution II, 4500 tank.
The only thing for me would have to be a good barrel system, and a fast loader because this thing whales.
The accuracy, range, speed, and looks of this marker are all great.
This thing will chop like crazy if you don't have a good loader.
This is a great marker. I thought that my friends GEN-X was good, but this thing is awesome. It shoots just as fast as an E-Blade and looks a lot better. I get nothing but compliments about how good it looks on the field. The accuracy of this gun is even better than it looks. If the paint is good it can consistently shoot a nice tight grouping around 2 inches. The range is also great. I was playing a game in the woods shooting up-field and the other team didn't even know where it was coming from.
The first time that I used it I was using the stock barrel and a 12V Rev. and not only was I chopping like crazy, but the balls were falling out of the barrel once I lowered the barrel to the ground. After thinking about what was going on I realized that the loader wasn't keeping up with the gun, so I bought an Evolution II and solved that problem. I also bought better paint, and found out that the paint I used before was just too small for the barrel and solved the second problem also.
This marker doesn't take cocker parts. That might be a good or a bad thing depending on you.
This is a awesome marker, and a great buy. I highly recommend it to anyone that's looking for a great gun. Just get a good barrel and a fast loader.
you can't shoot people any number of miles away, and a scope wouldn't help at all-paintballs arn't like bullets, they don't go striaght. a paintball can fly a max of bought 400 feet, depending if you have a flatline, what your velocity is, and what kind of paint your using (marbles would go farther). even so, at 300 feet paintballs tend just to bounce off whatever they hit because they have lost all of their momentum.
alright, explain to me why shooting fast is bad. i agree that 40bps is a little much, but when i play in tourniments, i want to shoot as fast as i can and their is no down side to shooting fast, except carring more paint. my accuracy is great, but let me ask you this, would you rather shoot accuratly and slowly or accuratly and fast? if you want to keep someone from getting to a bunker or moving form his/her bunker, then you need to keep shooting, fast and accuratly. try playing in a tournament with a professional team and tell me how you do.
quote:Originally posted by sportsaddict93 o and one other thing- does this work on co2??
i would HIGHLY HIGHLY sugest geting compressed air for this gun. i dont know how but when i used my first one with co2, i dont know what happened but the co2 had frozen the whole front block and flryed the wires. so i had the go the shop and switch it out for the other one he had instock. so go with compressed air. sell you co2. its worth it!
p.s. this gun kicks ass
Last edited on Wednesday, October 27th, 2004 at 11:15 am PST