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Indian Creek Designs Bushmaster B2K PDS
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Number of Reviews: 163
Average Rating: 8.8 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $650

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The Bushmaster series of guns was designed with preformance in mind. Computer controls put the player in control of the gun, and most of the markers settings can be changed with the flip of a swtich. With the PDS (paintball detection system), you can shoot your marker with confidence knowing the computer is there to stop you from chopping and slicing a ball. Aren't computers great?

Features:

Electropneumatic operation
Low pressure (225 - 275 psi)
Secondary regulator for precise velocity control
Machined from solid, aircraft grade aluminum
Hard anodized to military specifications
Powered by a 9 volt battery
No-tool field stripping
Uses Autococker threaded barrels
PDS (paintball detection system) eliminates chops
Product Availability 
The Indian Creek Designs Bushmaster B2K PDS is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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ICDPballer Friday, March 11th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Pirana EVO with ACI,WGP Carnivore,and Dye DM5
Marker Setup: Indian Creek B2K3 w/ PDS,14" Dye Titanium Boomstick,Halo B w/ Rip Drive, FBM Thorn Drop Forward, Nitro DUck 45/4500
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel
Reg.(Was Bouncing around when i was playing yesterday)
Drop Forward
Strengths: Fast!
Light!
If looks could kill, you would die the second u saw it!
Weaknesses: Reg.
Stock Barrel
Review: This is possibly the best gun on the market that you can get for under $500. I bought mine for $460 at my local proshop on march 3. I had already had a rechargeable 9 volt ready for this thing when i got home. I open up the box and there it is, the perfect looking B2K3 in blue with black barrel and front grip. I quickly strapped in my nine volt and turned it on. The manual easily explains everything so u dont need to be a genius to work this gun. The PDS works great, i havent popped a ball yet out of the 6,000 ive shot. I had known i was getting this gun so i got a Titanium boomstick for christmas which i quickly strapped on and is the perfect look on this gun. I first fired this gun in my house for about 15 minutes with no co2 just to see how fast it could realy shoot, my friends Ricochet Apache counted that i got out 18 bps without adjusting the trigger once we got outside(i didnt have my halo yet). I recomend that u make the trigger more sensitive then how it comes stock. I have my trigger set so it shoot at 3 mm(i like to shoot fast and not have to pull the trigger back to far)and i think it came at about 6. NEVER DRY FIRE THIS GUN! You can also adjust the pivot point of this trigger but its pretty good stock. I strongly recomend nitro for this gun but if u cant or just dont get nitro, atleast get an anti siphon kit put on ur co2 tanks.
The only thing else about this gun is that the colors look different but better in person then in pics(like most guns)and that this gun may feel tall compared to other guns when you hold it but its still comfortable and light.
Conclusion: BUY THIS GUN AND STRAP IT WITH SOME NITRO!
I really think u cant do better than this gun without spending $1,500, but still those guns arent too much better. The stock barrel isnt too bad but needs replacing(like most stock barrels). I guesse all i have to say is BUY THIS GUN!
Rating:
10 out of 10
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triggerhappy411 Tuesday, May 29th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
ion
dragun
spyder
tippy
Marker Setup: Ion
360 QEV
freak jr
adjustable feedneck
on/off
nitro duck compressed air tank
halo b

Recommended
Upgrades:
barrel, reg, bolt, board...OR...new gun
Strengths: PDS, you never chop!
Pretty fast
Looks sick
Weaknesses: I couldn't get mine to shoot over 150fps
feedneck
Review: OK so i got this for cheap from a friend( NIB with a new reg, barrel) I was pretty exited to buy a marker know as high end (this was just my second year). So brought it to the field threw in some compressed air and got a chrono done (Note: this was the markers first time it was ever brought on a field). 130FPS... that is flat out ridiculous, after making adjusting the velocity, i got it to 150fps...still... RIDICULOUS. I went into the proshop and asked them their opinion on my dilemma. After the poor guy spent 1 1/2 hours on my marker alone. He passed it off to the next guy, who worked on it for another 1/2 hour. By that time a new guy game into the picture, who people called the bushy master. He worked on it for about 15 minutes and then told me that its just the way bushys tend to be. They are assembled poorly, and sometimes you get a great, well working marker, and other times, you get a marker like mine, not being able to shoot over 200 fps.
The guy gave me a free rental for the day(hurray for tippmanns!) and sent me on my way.

SO i then bought a shocktech super fly bolt, which helped the issue, but didn't do much.

Finally i take every ones advice, eBay the damn thing with a comp air tank for 300 and bought me a ion
Conclusion: First off i know im going to get torn to pieces by bushy lovers, and no doubt, some do work good. perhaps i just got a defective one, who knows. But talking to many people, im not the only one with this issue. Id buy a ion, or save $$ and buy a really nice marker like a timmy.
Rating:
1 out of 10
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team bzuka Friday, March 17th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
lots
Marker Setup: all stck except check it drop forward and a halo b loader
Recommended
Upgrades:
new barrel
Strengths: Speed, and more speed!
Weaknesses: Barely too big, but thats all
Review: I have owned for almost a year now and it is really great. but i am wondering what do you think is better a b2k 2004 or a a-bomb timmy? there are only $899 dollars now the a -bomb. Its a really great paintball gun though for a great price!
Conclusion: My final recomendation is plz answer my question.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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