ummm...none really im a noob....i've used the tippman custom 98...thats about it
i have the inferno stock,12 0z anti siphontank
a new barrel cause is kind of loud,im not sure if there are any kinds of bolt covers for them but meh,i really find no problem with the trigger being to sharp but some people do,anti siphon tank
Rate of fire,
almost chops no balls
shoots balls fast
Stock barrel is bad.
Kind of loud.
All in all this is a great gun, it keeps up with most of the other guns i play against, farely easy to maintain, and is great for the beginer/moderate player. The gun chops almost no balls and is pretty good on co2. This is a really good gun thats all i can say aboout it. Take a look on the guns website.
Inferno Field w/ stock 45 trigger grip and vertical adapter upgrades, Sub Zero 4 stage expansion chamber, 3A drop forward, and 12" Dye Stainless steel barrel
Of course needs a barrel and elbow, but a good expansion chamber is also a must because this gun shoots white smoke good. Differant trigger grip is also nice to move the tank and give your hand a rest
Really a great gun comparably to others in it's range.
None really but older versions are harder to find parts for.
Gun is very effiecient and works well. Never chopped a ball without a good reason. With the addition of a good barrel it is also very accurate. Distance isn't anything like a tippaman with a flatline but still compares to spyders well. Speed isn't bad either. It will shot as fast as you can pull the trigger (around 8-10 bps for me) easily without ball breakage. Take care of your gun and it will take care of you.
I would say go for it if you find a good deal and would like to hook it up some. Otherwise if you can find a good deal on a spyder imagine or e99 then go for it. That would be better just for the 3 shot burst. All in allIt is a good gun in it's own class and for the money.
well it needs an anti-siphon tank and well not that much more
I think this gun is awsome and anyone who doesn't have a lot of money should get this gun not the base the base sucks get the original one. it has really good accuracy and distance so if your looking for a gun with accuracy and distance and you don't have a lot of money to spend get the Inferno. You will like this gun if you try it or buy it
Spyder Compact - Good but the Inferno T3 is way better
RAS Intruder - Good, but the Inferno T3 is lighter and nicer looking. It also has less of a kick.
Inferno T3, silver and blue. It has a blue CP flame drop, blue asa, Chrome PMI Regulator, blue double trigger frame, unknown, but accurate 12" barrel.
A regulator gets the marker really consistent on HPA. A good barrel makes it shoot really accurate with close groupings. A double trigger allows me to rip out bursts as and when I need it.
Very well built.
Quality parts and construction.
I'd say none.
This marker was the second semi that I bought. Had an RAS Intruder before so I was familiar with stack tubed markers. Bought it out of curiosity, impulse, and sensing a good deal. Never have I regretted it. It is light, reliable, has a smaller front profile which allows which is good for fire fights. Had some respectable accuracy, those tagged by the Inferno will know what I mean. It has a decent rate of fire for a non electro marker. It benefits by having a revy to feed it properly. It's easy to maintain and field strip. And looks wise my Chrome and Blue T3 gets a fair bit of compliments. This is not a Dark Angel, Strange Impulse or Oraccle, but it does impress with the milling which not only make it look good, but makes it lighter than other comparable markers.
Since I've started to get into higher end markers I've sold my other Spyder class markers and kept this one as my ultimate backup marker and the marker of choice if I don't know what to expect as when I get to field as I know this marker will not let me down. I just have complaints with it. With the upgrades I have on it, it is just SWEET!
[Upgrades include an aftermarket Barrel, PMI Reg, Drop and I run it on HPA and with a Revy]
If you are looking for a Spyder class marker, either as a beginner, intermediate, first purchase or such, if you want something that works great and will give you a good day of at the field, I HIGHLY recommend this marker over the other Spyder clones out there. For 185 Canadian [price as of Nov 26th, 2003] it is a good, quality marker.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, November 26th, 2003 at 4:32 pm PST
Spyder Victor, Piranha VTL, thats all I can think of thats similar...
Kingman Electra, Check it stick trigger, Bob Long Torpedo, 14" Evil Pipe, eVLution 2, 68/4500 Pure Energy Tank, WGP Torpedo Drop
A barrel maybe, it shot pretty good without one..... A gas thru grip or X chamber to make shooting more comfortable
Fairly accurate, shot pretty quick, EASY TO CLEAN!!!! light(ish), not too long,not loud
Single trigger(my preferance), no foregrip, I'm not sure how upgradeable this is.....
This is my friends gun, I've borrowed it a few times so I know what its like to use. It shoots pretty fast, I can hit 10bps maybe with the stock trigger if I really wail on it, but this could be made very easy with a double trigger frame. Its soooo damn easy to strip and clean that its sick.....If I could strip my spyder and clean it in 15 sec DURING A GAME without even degassing it I would be set. Velocity is easy to adjust. Its not very heavy so theres no worries if your playing for 7 hours+. My only problem with this gun is that it comes stock with a single trigger(which is for the most part comfortable as far as singles go) and no foregrip.
I would rate this gun a 10 if your starting out and need a gun that wont fail you. I would rate it a 8/9 if you were looking for a more intermediate/beggining tourney marker. I would rate this gun high just for the ability to be easily maintained, but the fact that its fast and fairly accurate just adds to this thing. I rate it a ten because its a great gun for your $$$ and will almost never fail you.
Tippman 98 - inferno wins hands down, the '98 has given me some hassle whilst I have used it
Stock Inferno Field Vert Feed
Fore grip, longer and better barrel, a hopper that can keep up with you
It is robust and reliable, has a surprisingly high rate of fire from a short trigger pull, no ball chopping (after 2000 diablo inferno balls), it is great starter marker.
needs a fore grip for comfy holding
accuracy is not great but can hit a dartboard sized area at 30 feet
you need a hopper which can keep up with the rate of fire
I would use one of these any day, it is a no nonsense marker, which does exactly what it is designed to do. The looks also reflect where the thought has gone into as there are no sharp edges. Even for a established player this marker can be a great backup marker. Great value for money.
This marker is used at many sites, which shows that it is easy to maintain.
I give it a 9 because it is a cheap marker that is capable of putting up with most punishment you throw at it.
It has Great distance and you can kick the crap out of it and it still works as well as the day you bought it
The trigger is the main problem because it keeps jabing up against your finger but the problem is easly solved by a pair of gloves.
Overal a Really Great gun that can Take alot of beating and it shoots farther than most semis and Even tho I don't think the Brad name is very well heard of they still made a great gun that is something alternitive from the Spyders,But the lack of upgrades is one of the bad things but It really doesnt need any.
Tippmann m98, ACI Hornet, Zap butt ugly something or other, Brass Eagle Blade (though this should not really be considered a paintball gun, cuz you would probably break less paint just throwing paintballs at people)
Gun, 16 oz PMI pure energy CO2, black viewloader VL 200
VL revvie; this gun can seriously send the paint downrange FAST!
It's more or less light, which means it's not a totall pain in the butt to hump around on the paintball field all day. It has a sweet trigger pull. This gun is DURABLE!! You can kick the crap out of this gun and it would still perform flawlessly.
The only problem I have ever had with this gun is that if you shoot too fast, the gun goes rapid fire, and the bolt can get stuck forward. (You can still just cock it again and keep playing normally in most cases though)
BUY THIS GUN!! If you are starting out, or just want a plain old reliable gun that can take a beating and still shoot well, then this is the gun for you.
This gun is by FAR, the best I have used. It has performed flawlessly in the field. NEVER had a field failure, and I am the king of field failures. The only things that matters to me in a gun is fun factor, dependability, and accuracy. Can you take it out and count on it performing? Hell YES! Field owners, BUY THIS GUN AS YOUR RENTALS.
If I had to say anything bad about the gun, it would be the following:
1. Trigger - solid to the point of causing finger irritation.
2. Weight requires upgrade to remote tank, and an expansion chamber. Makes it easier to fire, and less likely to harm the air cable.
3. I did not get one sooner, because no one really knows about this GREAT gun.
BUY THIS GUN!!! Then go get an expansion chamber, remote tank, and enjoy never having field problems again.