tigershark with a VL 200 round hopper, and 12 gram Co2
if it doesnt come with a 12 gram adapter...get one, and get a bigger hopper than the piece of crap that comes with it.
-It is cheap
-it is reliable
-it is NOT plastic but a kind of fiberglass
-it is a accurate
-it is a great gun for a newbie (why the heck would you buy a frickin angel if you just got into the game.......hmmmmm...lets see...... so you can waste all your frickin money and break the frickin gun you cant take care of and bought just to impress your friends and the people at the tournament)
-its a pump(its is not good to play speed ball with)
thats about it cause this is the best pump/newbie gun on the market, and the only good brass eagle ever made
if your new...get this gun.. dont get an expensive gun at the start of your career and waste hundreds of bucks. (if you wanna waste money give it to ME) No matter how bad other brass eagles are this gun is the best newbie gun you can get. Dont be intimidated by the certain people (i think you can find them) that say your a poor kid cause you got a brass eagle.
GET THIS GUN IF YOUR A NEWBIE OR YOU JUST PLAY FOR FUN IN YOUR BACKYARD
Spyder Special Edition
Daisy 4x Scope
12" Chrome Terminator Barrel
Quick sttrip screws
Lapco* raised sight rail
CMI 16" Tru-Flight
Turbulance Venturi Bolt
Mad Man Spring Kit
Samurai (I made it full auto by myself)
12 v. Revolution
Sawed of front half (No preformance increase, just cosmetics)
Anodized internals (Green Black and Purple splash)
I somehow made a Flatline barrel work on it.
Talon ( Once again Semi/Fully Auto)
Lapco* drop forward
Bottom Line set-up
Steel Wire/ Electro Solenoid Valve Response Trigger
Spyder Special Edition stock barrel
Bannana-Clip looking foregrip (connected were the trigger frame slants upwards)
Gas Thru stock
Daisy 4x Stalk.
No real after market upgrades are made for a tiger shark... I just make them myself, look at my equipment list for ideas.
Cheap (If you screw up your modifications you can practically buy new parts with pocket change!)
Long, sloppy trigger pull, this can be simply fixed by mods
At first the pump arm is stiff, however this goes away after 30-50 rounds
Plastic, if you see that as a problem
Actually this gun was better than I had anticipated, this is one of the better Brass Eagle guns. I would suggest it as a newbie gun, a backup gun, or even a marker for a sniper on a budget. I gave this product a 9 because it actually deserves it.
Tippmann 98 Custom, double trigger, 14" DYE Boomstick, and 114 ci. Crossfire Nitro tank (coming soon).
Make your own stuff for it. It's very easy to do.
-Easy to do homemade mods
-Great for beginners
-I never had a problem with mine even though i cut off almost half the plastic and parts to make it a sniper rifle and then a pistol
-easy to repair
Good tinkering gun. Also good for newbies or as a backup.
Um, it's light. And,it...pumps. Not much to say about this gun. Oh yeah, when the guy with the electro is laughing at you because your gun is from Wal-mart, that's your only chance to shoot him! If it works. It got me almost 50 shots on a 12-gram co2.
Where should I start?
-From Wal-Mart; nufsead
-There's one o-ring in the gun that keeps breaking.
-It's made of plastic
-NO upgrades, except for a sight
-I could go on all day; but I won't waste my time.
-Doesn't shoot far.
Well; you make the conclusion. IT SUCKS! Get a Phantom, or any other GOOD gun; stay away from Wal-Mart.
nothing really, this gun is pretty good i can get about 4-6 balls per second with it...you could add some velocity but its not necessary
-fast(hurts more than my friends $300 semi
-easy to maintain
-doesent break balls
-uses little CO2...got about 40 shots off a 12 gram
-fires faster everytime whe using a 9oz tank or bigger
-the bad thing is there is always a better gun
BUY IT, its cheap and easy...its so cheap buy 2 its worth is...pumps are so much better than semi's for so many reason....they should keep making them..but this gun is great i give is a 10 because it deserves it
Brass Eagle Talon, Spider Compact 2000, Tippman Model 98. The talon was my first gun. It was terrible in every way (except using the parts for a tripmine).
mostly use my Spyder, since I hate the Tippman (have to take off half the body, so any connected sights will be off line when putting gun together. It's also hard to mantain when paintball is not your life and you have a job.) I also use the Tiger Shark for sniping.
Scope or some kind of sight along with a 9 oz tank(don't use 12 grams, it actually doesn't shoot as fast with 12 grams. I recommend a buttplate for the 9 oz.
Cheap, reliable. The best and only good marker made by Brass Eagle (or any other Brass Eagle products for that manner). If used with the right kind of paintballs (don't use brass eagle) and used with a 9 oz tank, it has the accuracy and speed of a expensive gun with a good barrel.
Proball paintballs seem to drop out of the barrel because of their slighty smaller size than the average paintball. Bad for speed courses and don't hold your breathe when ordering extra parts from Brass Eagle. I ordered a barrel and 2 parts that connect the 9 oz tank only to find that they were damaged. I returned them hoping to get a replacement or refund if anything. They never sent anything back. When I wrote them a letter, they sent it back saying it was the wrong address. Thanks Brass Eagle!!! >: (
Good reliable, sturdy, cheap gun and has good distance and accuracy with the right tools(9 oz tank, along with some extras I added that I won't say), but don't order parts for it. You'll get crap and if you send it back for a replacement, you won't see it ever again. If you get anything from Brass Eagle, it should only be this gun.
With my Tigershark I have the standard setup, sometimes I use a scope....9oz. Co2 with butt cap
I would reccomend a scope if you are playing in the woods and you like to snipe, but for speedball the scope is a waste of space, and oddly enough, makes it harder to aim.
I have had this gun for over 2 years and it is still one of my favorite guns. Great begginer gun or for someone who just likes to shoot paint. This gun is almost unbreakable, I have taken mine apart, screwed it up and it still performs like the day I got it. Any real paintball player will tell you its not what is on the outside but what is on the inside that counts, and this gun is proof. The all metal pieces and simple gun setup is great for newbies. The pastic is hardened and has not broken for me yet. I LOVE the accuracy on this gun. I have popped so many players in the head cause they under estamate the gun and its range. I have competed with this gun against players using JT 4.0's, Spyder Shutters, Stingrays and Genisis...And it has taken them all.
I realize that part of it is the person wielding the weapon, but the other part is the gun. This is the BEST brass eagle marker out there.(Not saying much I know : )
The only thing about this gun that bugs me is the fact that SOMETIMES the balls roll out the barrel. But only sometimes...go figure? I have contacted the company and got nowhere, but then the next time I play it has stopped. It has not done that for me in about 6 months so I am happy with it...
The brand name...The other guys are right, brass eagle is a poor brand. But this gun is the Exception.
I would recomend this marker to any begining player who is just going to have fun and enjoy the game. A great marker besides the brand...It gets a 9 because no marker is perfect...but this comes close....