I've used a Tippmann 98 C, VM-68 and Spyder (non-electro)...
For the price of this marker you can have fun all day... it cost under $100 but unfortunately NU-Line are no longer in business so one would have difficulties finding one of these Great Markers... This marker is extremely durable like the legendary VM68 which is in fact the same barrel threading as the Bruizer sport...
I have a 96 Autococker with 12" Dye Boomstick Barrel, ACI Threeway, ANS Ram, Palmers Rock Reg, Pro Team Gauge, Check It Low Pressure Reg, TASO Hour Glass Venturi Bolt...
I recommend getting an expansion chamber setup to maximize Air efficiency and a great 10-12" Barrel (VM-68 Barrel Threading Pattern)
For the price of this marker...
IT IS WORTH IT, VERY DURABLE, RELIABLE, STRONG STEEL CONSTRUCTION AND Marketed by the finest women in Paintball, Brittany Bauer...
The bad thing about this product is that NU-LINE is no longer in business making it difficult to find this marker, so if you have it, keep it in good condition because you never know if it will turn into a collectors item (j.k.)
another bad thing about this situation is that we probably wont see Brittany Bauers AD in action pursuit games magazines which is what I really buy it for anyways... j/k.
Great Gun for Price...
Durability is not a question, probably the most durable paintball marker out there...
Upgrades are hard to find because Bruizer is no longer in Biz....
L7 minimag with 14"J&J
tippmann 68 special
pmi boxer [Montneel Z1 clone]
maybe expension chamber
Build to last
If you are not up to it it could be a bit heavy
I have body 88054075 full of bangs and scratches
the grip/trigger ass is the same as the PT-Enforcer
it takes VM-barrels and I have a 16" riffled on it
but sometimes I use the stock 8" just for the sound it makes
great senario player gun that can be transformed just like the VM
If you find one fo a few $ pick one up and have some fun. Does great when you want to shoot less than more, but will do 5-7 bps if you need to give some cover.
I use this Bruizer Sport with a Expansion chamber and bottomline. Everything else is stock..
I would recommend getting the expansion chamber and bottomline from a spyder gun.
Accuracy, Tough gun (not cheaply made)
Weight, Dont look Great
This gun is great for a beginner. Ive had it for 4 years and havent had a problem with it yet. Shoots great and i shoot all types of paint PMI and Diablo. Gun is a little heavy but if you upgrade to a expansion chamber and a bottomline it will even the weight out. Brass Eagle paintballs will break in the gun lol.
I would recommend this gun for anyone getting into paintball. But since they dont make them anymore it will be a tough one to find.
a longer barrel is nice although the stock is good enough
little maintanence required, very durable, doesnt chop balls, good Co2 usage
doesnt look very cool
All in all this is a great gun. I had used it for 2 years without cleaning it because i didnt know how and it worked for those 2 years. Good accuracy even with the stock barrel. Looks kind of plain but it doesnt matter how it looks, it matters how it works.
I recommend buying this marker if you want a durable low maintanence gun
Added an expansion chamber and All American Barrel
Definatly need to change the barrel, the stock barrel sounds like a cannon.
Very durable, never had a problem with it.
Great entry level marker.
The barrel wasn't bad for accuracy but this gun needs a ported barrel to quiet it down. The players I play with know where I was anytime that I fired it. Once I put the all american on it, it was quieter then most other guns out there.
-Affordability (100 bucks w/bottom line)
-Durability (All steel construction)
-Relatively good accuracy (Especially for an 8 inch barrel)
-Did I mention DURABILITY!!!!!
-Stock barrel needs to be replaced
-On the heavy side (All steel)
-Poor CO2 consumption (about 400 balls/9 oz.)
That's about it.
This was my first semi-auto marker. It lasted me an entire 18 months of constant use in less than ideal conditions. Rarely ever did it chop paint. With the velocity set to around 280, I found the range and accuracy comparable to that of a stock Model 98 and much better than Brass Eagle crap like the Raptor, which is in the same price range. An excellent gun if you like to send a lot of paint down range in a short amount of time and have it hit your target. After several dozen matches outdoors, and well over a hundred "kills", this marker finally quit on me. I must say, this marker outlasted just about every other marker on the block.
If you're looking for an excellent entry level marker, or an easily upgradable one, BUY ONE. It's cheap enough for just about anyone.
This gun sux. The gun is too bulky and heavy. The single trigger makes it horrible to shoot fast. The gun shoots about 1 ball per second and at the end of your CO2 it chopps about ten ball at the same time. This gun has no sight rail and where the CO2 is located it serves as a horrible grip. The CO2 is cold and enables you to aim badly. The barrel is a pain in the neck and to change the velocity you literally have to yank the allen wrench.
If you are seeking upgrades on this gun, don't bother. Pawn this gun in and get a Genesis. It's the exact oppsite of this gun. I'd recomend this gun to people who want to get shot. The cost is semi-reasonable but it's worth about half of it.
this gun is nice, this can take other guns easy, mine is used mostly for sniping, which leads me to the barrel of this thing most stock barrels suck and so does this one but with 50 dollars spent on a sniper barrel, youll pick off people easy, also expansion chamber recommended more power and also the cO2 tank is located against you feels like a real gun which makes you play better. or makes me play better, i still remember the look of that guy i shot right between the eyes from 75 yards away. all he could say is where can i get one of those.
not much , just barrel, a little trouble adjusting velocity
i like to play with the velocity all the way up so i can hit people far away adjusting it can be hard. anyways this gun is sweet a few adjustments and you got it made.