Viewloader introduces the all new Genesis Surge II semi-automatic paintball marker for 2003. The Genesis Surge II is a custom grade semi-automatic marker with features that include: a field stripable pin for ease of cleaning and maintenance on and off the field, an aerospace grade aluminum alloy receiver with custom surge green pattern, a "self-locking" velocity adjustment, direct feed, two panel grip, double finger trigger and a laser engraving.
The Viewloader Genesis Surge II is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
I use the viewloader genenis surge, its the camo one that came with the mask, squeegee, 9ounce CO2 plug, and hopper
Well haven't upgraded it yet but I would recommend the 12 inch barrel from viewloader (there is only one)
Powerful, durable, easy to use, cheap, looks good, everything you need for 300$ canadian.
Loader right in your way, sight rail is right behind loader
Ok ok, this gun is pretty good, i bought it for 345 bucks canadain, thats with tax included. I bought the set where you get the gun (genenis surge, i think its the e-grop one or something) mask sqeegee, CO2 tank, barrel plug, and the hopper. Ok lets start with the mask, its awsome great protection and with a visor, only problem is when your playing when its wet out you get a foggy mask after and hour. the squeegee is awsome, run it through your barrel once and its clean, twice to make sure. the 9 ounce CO2 tank, its good, you get about 400 shots, only problem is i think it doesn't come full. Barrel plug is this small orange piece of plastic, i never use it. The hopper is awsome, holds 200 rounds and always gets the balls into the gun. Ok now the gun. Its awesome. nice and power full. rather accurate too. i put it in a vice and was about 40 feet away and shot like 10 balls, 8 of them landed right on top of each other, the other two went about an inch to the left. its pretty quiet. Only problem is that the loader is right in your face, and the sight rail is right behind it, so think twice about laser pointers and scopes, alough you can put it (sights etc.) on the little plastic peice that says VL on the left side, i gotta try it out but i think it will work. my opinion is that it rocks. I have had 3 people that have got the guns, first ring there was a CO2 leak so that got that returned and got a new one, some other one had something loose, returned it and got a new one the third stopped working but it was just and accident my friend made when lubriacting it. Its Good Cheap and well worth your money. and mine hasn't broken after 40 hours of paintballing. I got 800 zap paintballs, only 1 broke, its nice.
GET IT, cheap and fun to use. Just get a longer barrel. thats what im gonna do, and also get a scope, its SOOOO good!
The Genesis Surge DF, All Stock As We Speak, Besides Lazer Sight.
Longer Barrel, Side Load Feeder, Butt Stock, Single Trigger VS Double Trigger
Fast Firing, Comfortable Grip, Nice Paint Job
Top Load Feeder (Interferes With Sight)
Good Detail On Paint Job
Nice Adjustable Air Pressure Valve
Nice Stock Barrel
Easy To Clean And Take Apart For Adjustments
Good Comfortable Grip
Doesn't Chop Much Paint
Sleek Resonating Chamber
Easy To Read Pressure Valve
Nice Safety Trigger Lock Feature.
I Don't Know What Else To Say About This Gun, I Think I Said Everything About It !!!
Good Over All Buy For The Money, Would Recommend To Any First Time User
gun is great stock, very accurate gun, doesnt chop cheap balls, somewhat quite.
i saw this gun at a store and thaught it looked cool, so i went and baught it, it is a very accurate gun, doesnt chop paint(even with very poor balls) it can shoot farely fast(5 balls a sec.) somewhat more quite than other guns, and well worth the money.
i would recommend this to any amateurs who need a reliable guns for tournys or just a rec. player
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 18th, 2003 at 6:55 am PST
I bought the Brass Eagle Marauder, but it sucked the big one, so I brought it back and got this one.
I have used the PMI Black Maxx
Stock. Duh....I've had it for only a few days
-It's very accurate. I had it at my friend's place and nailed a little birdhouse in the forest on my first try.
-Made of metal.
-Cool camo paint job.
-Doesn't break paintballs.
-Nice weight distribution.
-Not nearly as expensive as other middle-high end markers.
-Expansion chamber and volumizer.
-Viewloader is associated with Brass Eagle, but it doesn't show.
-Ball loader is right in front of the sight, so you have to have decent judgement to aim well on the first shot. (really not as bad as it may sound)
-Not really much else.
I believe this is a great gun for beginners because it satisfies me greatly. It shots powerfully and accurately and doesn't chop paintballs on every other shot like the Marauder. Looks cool and feels cool. Even if you're not a beginner, if you're short on funds, get this marker because it's a pretty good price. I give it 9/10 because I know there are better ones out there. I just don't want to pay a fortune for them.
this gun sits in your hands well. the weight is very nicely distributed the paint job is ideal for woodland players but the performance is that of a tournament grade marker.this is a great all purpose gun that does not break balls and has a fast rate of fire. it is very accurate as well. I really like the pressure gauge on the gun it allows me to gauge the performance of my tanks.I give this one a big thumbs up!
the verticle feed port is ideal for rapid fire but I feel it makes sniper tactics impossible because the hopper is in the way of your sight.
this gun is excellent for every caliber of player. It will leave a mark on the competition in more ways than just the paint.