If you like scenario games or a good game of woodsball, the JT Stealth Player's Kit will be the ideal paintball kit for you. Built around a proven platform, the Stealth marker is designed to take a beating and still perform under some of paintball's most demanding circumstances. The Stealth includes multiple mounting rails, a 12" ported barrel with a tactical shroud, a military style optical sight, and a lightweight compact profile.
Straight from JTsports website with a little bit deleted that does not partain to just the marker.
The JT JT Stealth is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Viewloader High Voltage, Viewloader Triton II, Brass Eagle T-Storm, JT Tac5-M Recon Camo, PMI Pirahna Pistol, US Army Alpha Black Tactical
VL High Voltage:
VL Force electric hopper
Stryker Carbon Fiber 12" barrel
JT Tac-5 Recon Camo:
old brass eagle 140 ct hopper
Stryker 12" Carbon fiber barrel
PMI Pirahna USP:
Extreme Rage Holster
US Army Alpha Black:
Old Brass Eagle 140 Hopper
Carbon Fiber Barrel and a Bipod
Not to expensive, nice design
The elbow easily moves
Purchased this marker as a replacement for the Brass Eagle T-Storm I had. Decided to get this one over the Spyder MR1 b/c you get the extra pieces with it like the mask, hopper, and squeegie. I have used it in games and have had very little problems with it. Only issue I have had was when i had the air screwed in and had it on its side it wanted to shoot funky. Unscrewed the air and dry shot it a few times and that took care of the problem. Did not chop paint at all that day till I used some older paint I had.
If you are getting into paintball and looking a inexpensive marker to use or want to upgrade to a little better marker wth out spending a arm and a leg then get this. You should not be disappointed.
-stock aiming site on top of gun
-many custom upgrades
-Elbow/Feedneck design can be inconvinent
-barrel shroud limits custom barrel options
I am relatively new to paintball. I played a few times in the dry warm climate of california and am getting into paintball again in the wet hot/cold climate of virginia. I got very lucky one day and found a walmart that had a Tippman 98 custom, a Stryker Cybrid, and a JT Stealth all on clearance for $20 EACH! so needlesstosay, I bought all 3. I LOVE the Tippman, had some problems with the Cybrid, and as for the Stealth, was pleasently surprised. It is very sharp looking, the one I got came with a camo paint job on the body and barrel. I guess it isn't a common gun so I got a lot of comments on the field of it being a nice looking gun and looking expensive. The feedneck is offset as with most woodsball guns which is always a plus. My favorite feature has to be the stock aiming site on the top, it looks cool and is very functional for someone who wants a site but doesn't want to buy a scope. It seems to shoot with about the same accuracy as my Tippman if YOU KEEP IT CLEAN. and it is a little lighter than the Tippman which is a HUGE plus when you are running 8-12 hour scenerios. A couple drawbacks though. I'll start with the biggest, the Feedneck, very odd design. You HAVE to get a custom 45 degree elbow as it comes off the gun at an angle, and the neck is smaller than standard guns. The kit I got didnt come with an elbow, so I went to Home depot and bought a 3/4" 45degree PVC elbow for 73cents and taped the feedneck, elbow and hopper with electrical tape to adjust tightness and it worked GREAT. Second, if you look where the barrel actually screws into the marker, it has a shroud over it, completely non-functional it seems, just to make the gun look "real" but it does limit you on what custom barrels you can use. I tried to put a 2 peice 16" sniper barrel on it and the base of the barrel was too wide to fit inside the shroud, so that is kind of a pain, but this is a beginners gun so if you need upgrades like that so badly you should probably get a nicer gun. And the last drawback is just my opinion, it seems to use a lot more air per shot than other guns I have used. Maybe that is just my inexperience talking though.
Overall, it is a GOOD inexpensive beginners gun, but I would have to recommend buying a Tippman 98 over this gun. The price is relatively the same but the odd feedneck design and barrel shroud make it too hard to customize this gun which is half the fun of playing, while the Tippman is more that upgradeable to say the least.
Tippmann 98c (sucks Monster Balls compared to this)
Hopper (comes with VL 200)
Elbow? (if you have hockey tape than its not a problem)
Barrel? (if you want)
Easy to fix
May have a defect on oring
Heavy tank messes with wieght distrobution
Hopper falls off
So i got this gun 2-3 months ago and it leaked air. Went to proshop had it fixed free. Turns out the problem was an o-ring in the cup-seal that was poorly cut. Went to play and the gun shot fine at 60 feet shots were on top of each other and thats with the 9in stock barrel! Ive only shot 1000 rounds (500+- Blaze 1 chop and 500+- V1 no chops)
This gun only shoots 8bps but the trade-off is that the thing is as durable as a tippy.
defenetly one of the better low end guns out there. 9/10
Has tons of good points and few bad points that can be fixed. Definetly a woodsballers dream. NOT FOR SPEEDBALL
This was my first gun and when I got it I was excited. It was cool had a green and black finish and to me the gun was sweet until i used it. The o-ring broke first shot and everything was lubed. Games were long and my arm hurt 3/4 through. Don't forget every 15 minutes having my hopper fall off.
if you want a non-expensive wood ball marker then this would work but I would get a 98,us army brand gun, or spider mr1.