Decked out stingray 2 with 16" spin free riffled sniper barrel- 3 stage expansion chamber, custom extra under barrel grip, ghillie cover and scope! Decked out Winchester Durango with 16" spin free projection rifled sniper barrel- bottom line adapter, a co2 gauge, and custom 6-color desert camouflage painted. Griffin B/L just now getting upgraded. Ordered a new silenced 14" barrel and a co2 gauge that both havenít arrived yet.
How do they compare with this product?
Everything stock sucks until upgraded!
SNIPER RIFLE! A fully decked out GT Commando 2 with the new 21" 3-piece thunder pig spin-free projection rifled barrel (Extremely Accurate), Co2 gauge, scope, hair trigger system, Polished internals, polished barrel, and ghillie covers. The barrel is actually rifled. You can look down it and see the straight grooves! I also own a 14" see through chrome plated razor barrel and the stock barrel thatís 13" long.
Co2 Gauge, 14" Internally Riffled barrel thats extremley accurate. A bottom line if it didnt come with one. Go here to buy the barrel from my friend billy! Oh and polish your internals
Light waieght, Very durable, Extremley upgradable, Havent had one ball break not even BE balls, Makes a great side arm, assembled with pins instead of screws for quick assembly and disasenbly. Very easy to clean and maintain. You can throw this thing in the closet for 11 years and it will come out working. That is if you throw it in working.
You really cant find a replacement sring for the hammer. The spring for the trigger will get kinked over a period of use. I dont have a bottom line on mine. I took it off and put it on my winchester wich is basically the same thing. The stock barrel kinda sucks. It is pretty loud.
Over all this is a great gun for everyone. I am a pro and this gun is my back up. Weather its your first or second gun it is the best. This was the gun that got me started and it keeps me going. If you really want a barrel badly and dont want to pay 22.00 e-mail me and I will tell you what you can do to get it cheaper. Sincerely
A proud member of Silent Steel
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 12:43 am PST
this gun is very good for the newb. i took it paintballing at a place and it shot quite accurately.also its not hard to clean at all, the velocity is 1 that u twist a nob and it goes up and turn it the other way it goes down. its quite good on co2 becuz i shot 500-600 shots then it ran out. ITS DIRT CHEAP.
its not good for the tourny player, its very hard to get upgrades, although my friends spyder sport barrel worked on it and then my gun was insane. it doesnt come with a bottom line. dont snap shoot it or else its mad barrel break, but its fixed with new barrel (if u can find 1)
its a two thumbs up for a newb who isnt sure if they wanna get serious into paintballing. i havent had any bad things happen to it , but it definately not for the advanced or tourny player.
Pretty good gun for a newbie. fairly accurate. lasts a while before breaking or anythingthe fireing rate is pretty nice. i rarly ever broke paintballs while fireing. good for even seasoned players. ive beeten my friends that were all using tipmmans and spyderds but of cousres skill is also a requierment. the gun can easily kerp up with medium class spayders and other brand name guns.
hog on c02, crappy barrel, not good in sub zero temperatures. i haven't been able to find a barrel upgrade
good gun for newbies. a players cit will only run you about $150 CND that also includes a 9 oz tank
2002 Smart Parts Impulse, 20 oz C02 with anti-siphon and on/off, Max-Flo regulator, tapeworm, custom trigger job, 12 volt smoked revolution, cricket board, Smart Parts smoke coloured sticky grips, 14" All American, and a gas thru grip.
Bottem line C02 adapter, barrel from Barrels of America (they make the only barrels for the Point Zero)
This gun even though made out of plastic is almost indestructible. Don't be fooled by the price, this gun is great for beginners or for anyone that wants to have fun. It's actaully pretty accurate with the one stage 8" barrel, I can hit targets okay over 75 yards away. The bonus of a raised sight rail and right sided feed is good for newer players because they don't have to learn how to shoot down the side of the gun. While the trigger pull is kind of long, you can get a good rate of fire out of it. The sound the marker makes allows you to scare the renters becuase it sounds like a M9 9mm pistol! It's good a good handle and has a pretty good size. I sometimes use it instead of my Impulse to have some fun with the renters and to really tick off the cocky gun owners who ridicule this marker.
It's kind of hard to field strip, you have to take apart the gun to clean out the bolt, and it can be pretty hard to remove the pins that hold the gun together. The trigger pull is long and hard, but when you use it alot, it eventaully get lighter. The same goes with the rear cocking nob, it's hard to pull it back when you first get it but after a couple of times using it, you'll notice that it's easier to pull back. Also with the nob, I would suggest getting a aftermarket beavertail if you intend to stay in tight to your bunker, as the nob itself is long and it can hit you pretty hard.
This gun is great for the beginner player and is one of the better lower end markers out there. If you decide to get into the sport, I suggest getting this marker. Or if you want to mess around with the lower end guns and don't want to spend a lot of money, go for this. It's worth the money ($100 Canadian where I bought it). And you can get on Ebay for $35 Canadian sometimes. Go for it!
(green) R.A.S. Persicuter with M3 black dragun E trigger, Dye xcell / smart parts teardrop,
green drop forward, pmi gas thru, force 3 cyclone bolt, beaver tail PMI perfect HP tank, 12 volt revelution
VERY VERY light
ummm plastic tells it all
one weekend i was out playin paintball with some friends and my friend happends to own one and he wanted to try my gun out so i let him and i tryed his it felt so awkward
and light almost to light i \t felt like it was going to break in my hands when i shot it the trigger pull is stiff and its a long pull
i wouldent recomend this gun to anyone because who want to buy something they no will break
Well, the other day I went to the field and let my buddy use my Intimidator for a couple of games while I would use his rental, which unfortunately was a model 83. When I first fired this thing I almost cried. But I'm spoiled from owning an electro, so that was probably why. The gun does shoot paintballs, and the accuracy isnt horrible, but it's none too great either. Pretty light as a result of being made of plastic. It's cheap, which is a consideration for most people.
Well, though plastic makes it light, it also makes it weak. The guns i saw at the field were in pretty sad shape, even for rentals. The trigger pull is heavy, and feels unrefined. You cant really get your ROF much past 5 bps. Doesnt look like there are any upgrades out for it.
Well, it doesnt perform wonderfully, but it's still usable. The gun always recocks, and didnt chop any paintballs. The paintballs came out semi accurate, not good, but not bad enough that it becomes frustrating. You see alot of these guns in magazines for maybe 40 bucks, which I suppose makes it one of the better guns in it's price range. I would recomend this gun to someone who has never played if he can get a good deal and wants to get into the sport. But i would also recommend him getting a new gun after playing for maybe a month and decides he likes paintball. Not an awful gun, but sure isnt good either
A stick in the shape of a gun, a cap gun, a potato gun, watching my dog take a crap, oh yeah, I got this really neat squirt gun at the dentist's once.
TL Plus with 21 inch three piece CMI tru-flight barrel. PT Extreme
A proper burial, or if you are cheap, I'm pretty sure that the plastic is flammable, buy some matches, or even a zippo lighter. Another good one is a nice steep clif to throw it off. Oh, the plastic floats, send it over the edge of Niagra Falls.
This lightweight model is compact and extremely easy to throw!
The pins like to fall out while you're paintballing.
This gun used to have a 7.7 rating. That's messed up. There must be a whole lot of crack heads writing reviews. Anyone who gives this gun a rating over 1 is an idiot. This gun almost turned me off of paint-balling. I mean the guns that I have now aren't that great but they kill this. Now I have a little story about this gun, when I first got it, I was holding it up to my cheek and shooting it(with no mask no paint and no CO2). Well, the bolt isn't supposed to go all the way into the gun, but it did, and it took about half of my cheek with it. It took two minutes to uncock that piece of crap, and by then there was a huge blister on my face. The point of this story is that if you buy this gun, than you are obviously too dumb to defend yourself from it.
This gun is a danger to your health. It will turn you into a retard if you expose yourself to it for too long. The bolt of this gun has been known to clamp on to the faces of any idiot that buys it. If you want a gun to just "mess" around with chances are, you're not going to paintball with it. If you want to go shot cars, use the Model 83, it won't leave any dents, chances are that the paintball will just bounce off the car and hit the "gun" and cause all the pins to fall out, then, just watch the thing explode in your hands.
This brand of paint has very few things going for it. It costs less than some other brands, thats about it. Its weaknesses outweigh this single strength. When I fired this paint it seemed to chop quite often, and when it did come out of the barrel, even after i cleaned the gun, it was rarely accurate. It is hard to say anything good about this paint because quite frankly, there is nothing good about this paint. I suggest paying the slight extra bit of cash for any other brand of paint. Avoid this at all costs.
This paint is not well manufactured. Do not buy it.
almost everything, barrel, CO2 setup, wear and tear, everything
I used this gun at an indoor field, it looked old so i wont bash it too much.
Anyway, the barrel looked to be only abot 5 inches long, and the accurasy was terrible (about 3-4 feet off over 30 yards), and i needed to hold a pin in above the trigger 'cause after about every other shot it would fall out and then i could shoot (the trigger jammed)
I also cut about 10 balls in 200.
This gun is the crap of all crap, it is the worst gun ive ever used. hence the 1
- Light Weight
- Decent range
- Fairly decent construction considering price
- Very user friendly
- Quite Loud
- Slow rate of fire
- Not many upgrade options
I recently purchased this Point Zero marker for $30 Canadian, it's not too bad, and I just mainly use it as a backup. Its much lighter than the markers I'm used to using. It has a fairly weak rate of fire, but then again you can't get much around here for $30 that's semi-auto. Its barrel looks like it was once a piece of metal tubing you could buy at a local hardware store, its range isn't too horrible but its not very accurate. Its a great noob gun. I compared it to a Piranha GTi, the GTi is a bit better (obviously) but this still isn't that bad of a marker, the weight is the big issue, It weighs nothing and is easy to haul around.
I would recommend this marker to anyone wanting a cheap and semi-auto alternative to for instance a Talon Ghost or some other pump action marker. It also makes a great beginners marker, very easy to use.