custom game face milling
ported 9.5" barrel
rubber wrap around grips
rapid fire blade trigger with super light pull
custom drop forward
bottom line setup with steel braided hose
velocity adjuster pin
vertical ball feed
operates on co2 or CA
The Game Face Vexor is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Smart Parts Progressive Barrel
20oz Co2 Tank
Good accuracy with the stock barrel doesnt kick alot and hasnt chopped a single ball
You cant walk it
This gun is a very good gun for a beginer especially it is very cheap not in a bad way though it has good accuracy but get a new barrel and it is even better and i got mine for only 75$ i got it off of ebay brand new
This was the first marker I had and it was one of the best i have ever use so far. The light weight and speed of the marker makes it idea for speed ball. I been using this marker for about a year and it had never jammed or broke down on me during a firefight. I bought the beginners kit which include this gun for $85.
Great gun for begginers and people who like light and fast markers.
-Stock barrel good, but not good enough
-Included CO2 tank non-refillable
This is probably the cheapest quality paintball marker you could ever buy. In fact, for the average woodsball game, you could add enough accessories to beat an Angel owner! In speedball, it's tendency to jam when fired rapidly can come into play at the worst moments imaginable, leaving nothing between that sweet Angel and your head. On the positive side, its durability and reliability match the Tippmann line. Also, it looks like it's a modern, quality gun...which it is. It's accuracy is adequate right out of the box, so you can head to Wal-Mart, give the clerk a few $20 bills, and start playing right away.
And that's part of the downside. The CO2 tank, as some other people claimed, is useless once it's empty.
Other than that, I haven't found any other major shortfalls. I give the VeXor semi-auto an 8 out of 10.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005 at 2:14 pm PST
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BLACK MAGIC (best marker EVER)
Timmy's of all shapes and sizes
First and foremost is the need for a new barrel. The stock 9 inch one is one of the worst stock barrels I've shot and it breaks big bore paintballs like none other.
The other upgrade would be a compressed air tank. This gun works with CO2 but it is an absolute miracle when you get it running on compressed air.
1)Price/value- this marker can be purchased online or in a Dick's for very little cost
2)Performance-The Vexor will outshoot a tippmann with ease
3)Weight- with the intricate milling a lot of weight has been dropped from this marker
1) maintanance-It needs a lot of upkeep to make it run at 100%
2)Leaks- If you don't tighten everything down before you play a leak is likely to spring
3)Chopping-if conditions aren't perfect then you are likely to have quite a few breaks and jams
The marker will perform well enough for when you are just starting to play (1-8 months) but once you move onto more serious paintball you will definately need to move up. This marker doesn't handle rain well. After getting wet you will need to fully strip and clean the gun to keep it functioning. It also has no clamping feed neck so don't even bother trying to slide any where with this marker.
An alright entry level marker keep in mind that it will be outshot by its electric cousin, the spyder. all in all, if you are new and want a decent marker for a reasonable price, this is the one for you.
gameface vexor with jj performance barrel, sight feeder 2 loader and pure energy co2.
new barrel new hopper
Super light pull
Gets really cold
Stock barrel sucks
The vexor is a great gun for a great price. Once you put a new barrel and an loader on it, it's ready to play with some of the more expensive, higher classed guns. All in all this is my favorite gun so far. I've tested the victor 2 because one of my friends has it but I'd still prefer the vexor over the victor 2. I'm not saying that the victor 2 is a bad gun because it's not that bad, but I'd just prefer the vexor.
I would give this gun a 20, but the scale only goes to ten. So I give the gamface vexor a ten out of ten.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 21st, 2005 at 7:59 pm PST
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Tons of pinched and broken balls
Crappy low quality design
This gun is complete crap!!! I used it and I honestly marked 2 people over the course of a 3 hour play period. About 100/1000 paintballs would break, pinch, or misfire. This gun is awful. I was mocked at my local field for my extraordinary inaccuracy and pathetic playing DONT BUY THIS GUN.
Tippman 98, Tippman US Army e-Grip, Spyder Electra
Tippman US Army E-Grip, Remote air system,
Inexpensive, easy to use, easy to clean, durable, lightweight
No upgrades, no accessories
I first bought this marker when my two sons and I started paintballing because it was inexpensive. We have a course set up on our property and I noticed that when the boys friends would show up with a fancy gun and the gun broke we would give them a spare Game Face to use. That was five years ago. We play throughout the year and we are still using the Game Face markers as gun for those who don't have a gun and want to play.
I plan on buying a couple more for guests and backups because they are simple to use and reliable.
new barrel. but i recommend a long barrel for every gun
Accurate, cant beat the price, sturdy.
Haven't found any yet.
have shot the Spyder aggressor, and Spyder extra and a victor. this gun compares to all of them. just as good or even better. the other night i had my gun out at a friends and we set a to go box out about 15 yards. this gun was so accurate i could hip fire and i hit it with about 15 rounds strait and i was using the piece of crap balls . when we went to check our damage we tore the box in pieces about the size of quarters. i have never had a problem with this gun chopping balls.this gun is as powerful as accurate. its easy to clean and never really gives you to much trouble. Haven't ever had a barrel break. please tell me if this review was helpfull or not. and i recommend this gun for begginers and intermediate players
Spyder aggressor (Good.)
Stryker Cybrid (Ugh, terrible product. Chops like crazy and is inaccurate.)
Gameface vexor marker
Draxxus 20 oz co2 tank
Stryker carbon fiber barrel
Tacamo gravity fed hopper
Recon camo paintballs
Maybe a spyder threaded new barrel.
-Not many upgrades
-A little weak
This is an excellent marker for the price, compared to the Stryker Cybrid (Yuck!) Which costs about the same. I must say, this is a pretty decent marker for the price. You can pick up a set on ebay for about $60-70. It's very accurate and it has never chopped a ball on me so far. However, it is slow, (I could do 4 bps on it) and you can't find many upgrades for it unless you do it yourself. I'm looking to sell it and buy an electronic. This gun would completely OWN if it were an e-marker! >)
Overall, great marker for the price. If it had more upgrades and was faster, I'd give it a ten.
Buy it. You won't be sorry.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, October 20th, 2009 at 7:35 am PST
Comparable Low End Mechanical Markers That I Have Used:
12 in. PMI Razzor Barrel
Switch out the stock barrel.
Change stock the O-rings as soon as you get the gun.
If you want, buy a cheap electric hopper for it.
Tough as nails
Fast (considering price and mechanics)
Stock O-rings are AWFUL.
Can't be used well with a remote air system.
I received this gun for Christmas 2 years ago. I have played extensively with it. In comparison to all the other comparable markers I listed it is easily the best. (sorry you Tippy lovers but it hasn't EVER broken except for the o rings.) Plays well hot or cold. It hardly ever chops balls and has only done so when i've used crap paint. I highly recommend this gun to anyone coming into paintball who doesn't want to spend a lot of money on a high end marker.
It is a great gun for the price and a wonderful beginner marker.