Tippman Model 98 bone stock in 2000, Wgp Worr Machine, VL Maxis RG, and Bruizer Sport.
Vs Model 98 7 of 10 ... Bruizer is older and not as popular and tippmans mod easy.
Vs Wgp Worr 8 of 10 ... New, faster firing, upgradable,etc...
Vs Vl Maxis 8 of 10 ... New, faster firing, upgradable,etc...
Vs Sport 10 of 10... Expansion chamber and asa stock
not comparable to Proto Slg, Mg-7, etc...
Wgp Mg-7/09 Proto Slg
48/3000 Nitrogen/Compressed air tanks
32 degrees whisper barrel 14"
Empire Autococker Twister 13" Rifled Barrel Black
Bruizer Pro (both black)
32 Degree Nightstick Barrel 12"
Empire Autococker Twister 13" Rifled Barrel Black
Lapco vm-68 to Cocker adapter
Lapco Cocker to Spyder adapter
Psycho Ballistic on/off Drop Forward
ASA and expansion chamber from Spyder Imagine refurb body
Tamaco/ Archon's Dual feed Hopper(both)
Jt Raptor masks
Daisy lazer sights
---ASA/Expansion Chamber from Spyder style offset ASA marker.
(Spyder Imagine refurbed bodys on ebay... closer... had to take a drill and make holes more offset then even spyder offset ASA.) Stock Bruizer Bottom line pipes crack easy after 30 to 40 o-ring changes... ASA is metric and not standard pipe thread... hard to adapt and prone to cracking if you try to drill and tap to larger NTP/Pipe threads.
--- Lapco Vm-68 to cocker adapter ... then ... Lapco cocker to spyder.. gives you a choice of spyder or cocker thread barrels
--- Barrel... Vm-68 threads are rare.. sometimes pricey so adapt and the choices are plenty on e-bay for good cheap spyder and autococker barrels.
--- Buna - Nitrile o-rings. Available at any Fastenall WORLDWIDE... and cheap... trust me there must be a Fastenall somewhere near you... I usually paid 5-8 dollars for a bag of 50. As for size.. they usually will measure the o-ring in question being that there are lots of different sizes but for the bolt size#15 O-Rings 9/16" x 11/16(yes i know they fit tanks also... but they are the closest thing to a OEM Nu-line o-ring I have found)
--- Co2 on off valve...Co2 is murder on o-rings and switching it off ensures less leaks internally.
--- Offset Spyder style asa drop Forward... balances out the gun and can be tucked in closer to body to create less of a profile. Note: you may have to walk a drill bit in the offset bolt pattern for a minute or two to get it to work on Bruizer old bolt offset.
--- Ideal hose clamps around the Power feed feed neck.
--- Spare power feed plugs from a Spyder style marker.
Easy operation and reliable mechanical blow back style.
Accuracy with aftermarket barrel
Nu-Line industries has disappeared. It is and old, outdated, mechanical anomaly.
This is my first gun and it has sentimental value beyond any new electronic or mechanical gun. They were a great marker ten years ago but now are old memories of a developing time for paintball. If you find one on E-bay it will be overprice and they seem to attract lots of bids to drive the price beyond what most could pay for a better, newer mechanical maker kit!!! I you want the best Bruizer/Nu-line gun buy a Bruizer Outlaw or a Dark Raider. This gun is fun to shoot and fun to take out New players with. It is reliable to the point that you have to strip this gun down after every day of shooting and inspect and lube o-rings. It is a good gun for experienced player to shoot with when playing with less experienced friends. I only give it a 10 because when it was made it was a great maker... that was a while ago. In the right hands it will take out many players and even compete as a back-up gun in woodsball. It is accurate enough to lay down covering fire and surprise a few experienced players... I am not a pro, I am still a novice and only go to the local fields a few times a year. I love to play in my own back yard and have been doing so for over a decade. I have picked up many tricks to make my Bruizer stay in the game but finally gave into technology for airball. This maker is like a old muscle car compared to a new Italian supercar... it may be slower and less efficient, but it doesn't matter in the hands of the right person.
I would not recommend this gun to many people... because i can only find new Bruizer outlaws and the used version of these guns are hard to make even slightly modern or even fix. I would recommend this gun to a person who collects older paintball guns or just wants to even the playing field with an experienced player. With all that being said... I Still LOVE MY BRUIZER PROs... ha,ha
I have used a tippman 98,a couple of spyder markers that are similar in looks, automag, and a autococker markers.
I currently use two bruizer pro markers. I have 12" and 10" taso power barrels, 8" and 10" taso splash barrels, and a 8.5" taso ss barrel. Also I have a Brass eagle laser sight.
LAPCO Auto cocker to VM-68 barrel adaptor..... allows you to fit any autococker barrel on VM-68 and old bruizer paintball guns.
Three years ago I recieved a Bruizer Pro marker. At the time Nuline Bruizer pros were a unknown gun, so I took it to the local range to show it off. Alot of people were very impressed at how the gun performed overall. I have played against almost every type of gun on the market and this bruizer pro has held its own agoins extremely expensive guns like the Automag, Autococker, and many competion grade guns. This gun is a great entry level gun and I have to dissagree with an earlier review and give it some competion potential. If you study technique and learn and apply new stratagies you will find that this gun can be used to dominate any setup. Seal usage for the DURA-VALVE valve sytem on the gun is extremely mimimal(my first seal replacement on both of my guns for the valve system was after 3 years of use). Versitile and underated is my positive comment!
Stock barrel sucks and it is hard to find the Vm-68 threaded barrels for the gun. LAPCO has now came out with a Vm-68 to Autococker barrel adapter. This fixed the only problem I have everseen with the gun's compatibility issues.......for only 14.99 to 25.99$!!!!!!!!
If you buy a barrel adapter, learn technique, and buy a good after market barrel ,you will be able to perform as well and any semi-automatic gun on the market. Use a midgrade to high grade paint and it will pull you out of the toughest situations!
This gun is very accurate right out of the box I can fire mine extremely fast with no ball breaks. it is light wieght and easy to take apart. it does'nt need much lubing. and the price is competitve compare it to a tippmann that costs $150
and has no upgrades.
the barrel is vm style thread and the bolt hits hard enough to break a ball if you don't have enough gas in the gun
I would recommend this gun to anybody it is a great gun for only a $180 bucks it comes with an expansion chamber bob long bolt and a 10 inch barrel which shoots very accuarately.
The Bruizer Pro is a well-made blowback gun. Nothing really fancy about it, but it does the job and it does it well. The gun is well-made and feels good in the hands. The gun also proves to be reliable as it has not let me down yet. Simple to take care of, but a solid performer. Good accuracy w/ a good upgrade barrel -- I've use a J&J Ceramic and a Lapco Bigshot with good results.
The expansion chamber, like most x-chambers, is of dubious value when it comes to really maintaining shot-to-shot velocity consistency. But, in conjunction with an anti-siphon tube in your CO2 tank, you shouldn't have a problem with liquid CO2 being sucked up into the gun. The x-chamber makes a very good vertical foregrip, though.
The only significant downside to the Pro is the fact that it uses VM-threaded barrels -- and they're not easy to come by. However, there are still some very good barrels available in VM-treading, such as the Lapco Bigshot.
These days, the Pro really isn't a serious contender as a new gun. You can probably get the same quality from a Piranha or F4, and not have to worry about finding VM-threaded barrels. But having said that, Nu-Line really does make good products (I bought my step-bro an Outlaw) and their newer guns all take Sypder-threaded barrels. In other words, if you want a new Bruizer, get a newer model than the Pro. But if you're looking to get a good used Bruizer, there's nothing wrong with the Pro.