The STR-1™ semi-auto paintball marker is designed to bring all the best features together for the player that is ready to take their game to the next level. The STR-1™ marker features include a custom EVA gas thru foregrip, ported precision barrel system, volumizer and a Removable Gorilla Grip™ Self Sizing Feed Port by JT®.
Loaded with all the features every player desires, the STR-1™ brings together value and high performance.
The Stryker Paintball STR-1 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
BETTER HOPPER! hpa/n2 air tank, a new barrel wouldn't hurt
Fast rate of fire, good fps, easy to disasemble
Chops a lot, needs lots of maintenance, poor acuracey
I could shoot it really fast but when its loaded i never shoot my fastest or it'll start chopping like crazy. you need to cleen it about every hour or the paintballs will curve in every direction. It's pretty durable if you keep good care of it. It's easy to adjust the fps.
I don't recomend it inless you have your heart set on a cheep gun.
empire reloader b
soon to get cp hpa tank
empire reloader b or halob
this gun was great for about the first 200 shots. After that it broke tons off paint in the hopper because there was so much blowback. If you dont believe me take the hopper off, drop 2 balls in, and shoot and the top ball will get shot about 15 feet in the air. Also it is impossible to shoot fast because the trigger pull is about a foot long.Last, it is impossible to upgrade th asa because the holes are offset.
Do not buy this get a spyder
Get any of the vs series spyders
I do not recommend this paintball gun! Unless you want to go back and clean it every 2 games, this is not the gun for you. This gun is powerful, and fairly accurate but it does have many problems with the balls in it. Also, if you want a light gun, this is not it, it is a little on the heavy side, not much though, just not light either. But ,on the bright side, it is VERY easy to clean.
Do not buy this, it's just that too many balls are chopped.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 29th, 2010 at 1:14 pm PST