This new series of markers from M3 is based on the very popular mechanical marker that went under the name of the Bruizer. This version is similar to the compact with a vertical ASA. This is known as a very dependable mechanical marker. Available in Blue and Black.
The M3 Paintball Products Fuel Model 87 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
expansion chamber and new barrel (current barrel is 10")
quite accurate for an M3 very affordable as well as durable and low maintanance
a little heavy and cumbersome, not the best barrel
I have used this gun many times and whithout disapointment. It out plays most simalar markers and is very fast for a simi-auto (trigger pulls at about 7 bps) and reliable (I've only broke 2 balls in 6 mo). The hard case is of good quality and has room for adons. I would recomend it to anyone who wants a good, reliable, entry level marker for under $75. --------======O)
If you are looking for a good entry level marker and don't want to pay a lot, buy it! Its fast, reliable, accurate, and durable as well as inexpensive.
M3 Fuel 87
20oz co2 tank
Fatty Stab. reg
Maddman Rocket Valve
DeadOn Bullet drop
A good barrel, and expansion chamber
Comes with nice case
A little heavy
This marker comes with a nice injection molded hard plastic case which holds the marker, a barrel, and a small baggy of miscellaneous items. When i tested this marker it was 30 degrees Fahrenheit, but i really wanted to shoot it. So i loaded up some paint and put on a tank and started shooting. I was using very cheap generic brand paintballs that most of my other markers shred like a blender. When i started shooting i was pulling the trigger as fast as i could and let off about 500 rounds, and only one ball was chopped. Besides that the marker is slightly heavy, but it is a great marker and it is cheap
All in all this is a fairly great gun, i love it. if your in the market for a cheap blowback but want something of better quality than a VL or Brasseagle get this. This is a great marker for a beginner or anyone for that matter.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 6th, 2006 at 11:59 am PST
-color is nice
-soft, light trigger pull
no field strip
but nothing else
This is a pretty good gun for 50 bux. I would reccomend it over someone wanting to get an agressor or a victor. The only upgrade that you shouldnt get for this gun is an e-trigger. This gun has no field strip so if something bad happens on the field, your pretty much screwd. The stock barrel is pretty good compared to a spyder stock. I would give it a 6, spyder stock being a >1. THis gun suprised me with its accuracy. Its accuracy is pretty good compared to stock spyders.
If your planning to get a low end semi-auto spyder, dont get this its pretty good. The only real weakness is the absense of the field strip, but for semi-auto blow backs, you don't really need that. GO GET IT if you only have 50 dollars in your pocket
Fuel 87 jt barrel and aci expantion chamber bottom line setup
a new barrel , expantion chamber , venturi bolt
cheap reliable marker
no field strip pin
GREAT MARKER FOR T>HE PRICE!!!!! i havent choped a ball yet. with a new barrel it shoots straight. and with the expantion chamber it shoot evan more consistant. i would get a field strip pin to put in. i was very in pressed with the marke when i pulled it out of its case. it takes a beating pretty well also i play alot of woods ball and my marker gers beat up. still no problems wit it. i recomend this marker to everyone. a good alterantive to the black dragun which is what i wanted to get but didnt have the money at the time.
BUY THIS GUN. great starter gun and a good back up for experenced players!!!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 18th, 2003 at 2:19 pm PST