Semi-automatic paintball marker
Dura-valve System - produces a highly efficient paintball marker and awesome consistency
Double trigger with translucent grip
Tournament velocity adjuster
10" ported aluminum barrel
Fires up to 300 f.p.s.
90 day warranty for parts and labor (Ask about additional warranty coverage plans)
The CORE Hammer-Head is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
The core hammerhead is a great backup or a first gun.
It is cheap i got mine for $60
the stock barrel is good but it is always good to upgrade it
it is better than my friends spyder victor
uses spyder parts so VARY upgradeable
and it is easy to clean
If your a "newbe" or you just want a backup gun this is it:
and a great gun to upgrade
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 8th, 2003 at 4:35 pm PST
nice weight and pretty accurate stock (couldve been better)
loud not the best accuracy
I started out w/ this and i must say it got me through some tough times. i got mine cheap in a package and the only modification i need to do was getta better barrel for now. cleans easily and it doesnt like brass eagle paint. thats the only kind thats busted so far in my gun.
it has good feeling and its nice in the long run just remember to get a good barrel.
Green Core Hammerhead, 14" CMI Barrel, SystemX stickies, 12v Revy.
New barrel, new grips (If you get green or red), electronic hopper as this marker has a tendency to chop balls, expansion chamber/bottomline and/or remote.
It is fairly consistent, and when I got an electro hopper, it does not chop paint. The stock barrel is not too hot, but it works. Note that the different colors have different components. The Silver/Blue have a quazzi-venturi bolt, where the green and red have a standard 1 hole bolt.
Standard grip panels can get a bit unconfortable, will chop paint without electro hopper when doing a high ROF. The stock barrel is not all that good. Pretty much a metal tube.
A great gun for those on a budget. But if you really want to have fun, you will have to put some money into it. If you are not looking to have to buy an electronic hopper, I would get a gun with a powerfeed such as a Spyder Classic or a CORE Tigersharc/sharc.
the way paintball-online gave to me but with a 20 oz co2 bottle
20 oz co2 bottle
1) it looks cool, i have green
2) really powerful, not even at full power i had 340 fps
3) accurate, I shot a guy through the woods that was about 90 ft away
1) It goes through gas fairly quick, but it doesnt cost that much to refill the co2
2) thats all!
i might be new to paintball, but i know this is a good gun, even some guy behind me said wow thats a nice gun, The only thing really wrong with it is the gas problem,, If youve got a short budget this is the gun to get THIS IS THE GUN TO GET
accurate,powerful,looks good,does not use too much co2, good price for the
1.Breaks a few paintballs when using cheap paint.(Brass eagle)
2.hard to take apart
When I received my package, I was supposed to get allen wrenches and other spare parts, I did not receive these items. I also did not receive the proper color of gun that I ordered, however the color I got was better than the color I originally chose. Also, when I first got my co2 tank filled [9oz] it exploded in the car, and the man that filled it said it was defective and dangerous. Other than that I have had no problems with the gun. I recommend this gun for both beginners and professionals. If you have never owned a paintball gun before I highly recommend this marker.
Rebel VTL, Sypder Compact, all those kinda VTl guns, lol
Hammar-Head, 14" System-X barrel, 16 oz. Co2, Gas Thru Foregrip, steel braided line, and all that stuff you need to play (mask, gloves blah blah blah)
I dunno, there arent too many upgrades
-Looks Great w/ a gas thru grip (I have the green)
-not too loud
- FAST vertical feed (i get 6 ball a second)
-It has a plastric trigger frame
- grip gave me huge blister (get dye stickies)
- stock barrel may give some trouble
Its a very nice gun for the price, if you have more i suggest the Tiger Sharc or the Sharc just because VTL arent always the best, but for a beginner as me, its a AWESOME gun. definately worth the money.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:03 am PST
Very impressed with this marker. When shooting with crappy paint balls this marker performed great. Only ball breakage was due to the paint balls (we bought Brass Eagle from Walmart, 90%% of the balls had dimples!!!), so we bought good paint and not one broke. Very acurate and reliable.
Barrel is incredibly light, I thought it was plastic a first.
The action is smooth.
Bought this gun as a player pack.
Goggles are awsome, the FOV and comfort are awsome. The mask is ok, I prefer harder plastic, and the design/look is medeocre, but it did its job. The lenses fogged up a little, but he was wearing them on his forhead between games letting moisture get into the pad and goggle area.
Only concern is getting parts (i.e. springs), only cause I'm new to this product.
As a player pack, for the money this can't be beat. The person I bought this for absolutely loves it! He had a great time cause everything performed better than expected. If your a newbie I would highly recommend this.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:13 am PST
doesnt come w/ bottomline so u have to have ur c02 vertical
over all this gun is pretty good, i shot som1 in the back of the head from 140 feet away, all i really suggest is a longer barrel and an expansion chamber and bottomline kit if u dont like to cary ur c02 vertical, it is very durable and affordable.
its a great gun perfect for the starting or expereinced paintballer