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Nu-Line Industries Bruizer Outlaw
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Number of Reviews: 63
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
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Features: Lightweight aluminum receiver, Aluminum double trigger syetem, Reulator (set for CO2 or compressed air), Raised sight rail, Venturi Bolt, Quick Release thumb screws, External velocity thumb adjuster, Dura valve system, and Carrying case w/hopper & elbow.
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The Nu-Line Industries Bruizer Outlaw 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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jamesrscott Friday, April 2nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
2 years0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Marker Setup: All stock with20 oz. co2 and a laser sight.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Most people think it needs a new barrel but my accuracy is great and is helped by a laser sight on the rail. Could need a different drop forward.
Strengths: Good accuracy
Few ball breaks
Easy disassembly
All metal parts
Weaknesses: Not many but is kind'a loud.
Review: Great gun few problem with it but you can easily work them out yourself. The middle ranged price makes it good for anyone. I personally wouldn't trade it for any gun that i've ever shot or played with. When you get hit by it you'll know! I think its much better than a electronic gun or full auto because i have had only one break out of about 40 + games playin with it.
Conclusion: You wont have to buy a new one next week.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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jamra27 Sunday, November 9th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
rented spyders and tippmanns at the fields....waited a year b4 i decided to pursue paintball and get my own gun.
Marker Setup: Bruizer Outlaw, added expansion chamber, 13" empire twister barrel (makes it 50x more accurate and quiet), everything else stock cuz nuthin else is needed.
Strengths: -the bruizer outlaw is very durable, accurate, and intimidating
- will take any spyder upgrade
Weaknesses: the balls will curve unless u get a new barrel.....easy to fix :)
Review: The Bruizer Outlaw makes an awesome intermediate-playing gun to anyone in paintball. A lot of people say in previous reviews that it is heavy but i think they just need to get some muscles because i dont think it is heavy at all. For $200 I got this gun and it has never let me down. It has not needed any maitenence since I have got it, which just saves me money. One thing that I would change about this gun is the nut that sticks out of the side of the handle. It is not too much of a problem to me because i just wear gloves, but to some it could be a nuisence. My two favorite aspects of this gun is the great durability of it (you could throw it into a brick wall and it wouldn't break), and the really cool look of it. I find it to superior to most spyders. If you are greatly experienced in paintball but dont have much $$$ choose the Outlaw. IT WILL NOT FAIL U! i love mine and will always have it. A++
Conclusion: I would recommend this gun to anyone of any age that is looking for a good gun that is not too expensive at all. It will serve you well in the most intense situations on the field. If you can find this gun for $200 or less, get it now. I give it a 9 as stock, but if you get proper upgrades on it I would definetly give it a 10. Excellent gun.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, March 13th, 2004 at 11:00 am PST
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Unregistered User Monday, March 25th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann Model 98 Custom, Spyder Shutter, PMI Piranna G3 Pro TS, Bruizer Bandit...all of these guns are decent and in the same price range
Marker Setup: completely stock except for the 14 inch TASO ProSeries Barrel
Recommended
Upgrades:
a new barrel is a must, the gun is set up to run at its best with nitro, but i haven't even tried it as of yet
Strengths: To start off, the only gun that I had prior to this was a Brass Eagle Stingray. I moved up a lot when I purchased my Outlaw. I didn't have too much money for a new gun, but the Outlaw was right in my price range(I got it for $240). This is a very fast gun as far as non-electronic bolt-over-hammer blowbacks are concerned. Of all of the other guns listed under "similar products used" it is the fastest. Its accuracy is decent with a new barrel. The trigger pull is very smooth for my tastes. This gun doesn't break TOO many balls although it isn't immune. This is a very dependable gun as well. I can play with it and be sure that it isn't going to fall apart in the middle of a long game. Maintanence is easy. Just make sure to clean up after every day of play and u have a quality marker.
Weaknesses: Well for starters, for some reason I had a few problems with the alen wrench screws on my trigger frame and the valve. They were in soo hard that I rounded the heads out just trying to get them out. I fixed the ones on the trigger frame, but the one that connects the valve to the body is totally worn. In the whole year that I have had it I have never gotten the valve out to clean it...it isn't so bad because in the whole year with it i haven't had any problem with the valve at all. In fact, it is probably just a coincidence anyway. Also...it is not as accurate as I hoped when i bought it. The stock barrel deffinately has to go. Those are really the only bad points I have had with this gun.
Conclusion: Well...I'll say this. PBReview needs a 9.5 button on the ratings because this gun is just short of a 10 in my view. If you are looking for a decent marker that will give you many games of enjoyment while at the same time giving you opponents many games of walking toward the bench and save you a little cash...buy the Outlaw.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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