custom game face milling
ported 9.5" barrel
rubber wrap around grips
rapid fire blade trigger with super light pull
custom drop forward
bottom line setup with steel braided hose
velocity adjuster pin
vertical ball feed
operates on co2 or CA
The Game Face Vexor is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Accuracy, Short trigger pull, Light, Cheap, Fore grip.
It's a Mechanical (Not really a weakness though)
Well I was at academy today shopping for some bb's until I saw this gun. 35 dollars! I don't know if it was on sale or not but I bought it because I wanted to experiment around with it since it was cheap and all. As soon as I got home I upgraded some of the parts on the Vexor that were compatible with some of my spyder spyder parts. Odyssey barrel, odyssey twistclamping feedneck. I took it outside and gave it a test.
The test was conducted under 70* weather, none to little wind, Super Swirl paintballs (perfect paint/barrel match), 20oz Co2.
50ft - excellent accuracy at this range, ball on ball to about 3 inches apart.
75ft - very good accuracy, ball on ball to about 5 inches apart.
I was able to actually fire roughly at about 5-7bps with my finger at 280 fps with +/-8 deviation.
I took the gun back inside and opened her up. The internals are very nicely made, I would have to say the quality a little better than most of the guns in it's class. I would say it's on par with kingman's standards. A unique thing about this gun though is that the velocity adjuster isn't like the spyder that requires a quick strip pin, but its screws on and off. Yes, you can't really quick strip it but the bolt pin comes off so you can clean the bolt area without taking out any of the other internals, really smart I must say. The placement of the foregrip is what really impressed me, the foregrip gives it a sort of Timmy feel in a blowback. The milling is really unique as well nothing you will see in any of the clones out there.
Really I am impressed with this marker and I will enjoy using it despite the fact that it's a mechanical and a blowback. for a mechcanical blowback its fast, its accurate, and it's cheap!
I am very impressed with this blowback, with a price tag of 35 dollars! I really recommend this gun to anybody looking for a gun with performance at a very affordable pricetag. I'm giving it a 10 for being the best marker I have ever tried at this unbelievable price tag.
Possibly a new barrel
and for you fast shooters a possible e-barrel
Pretty accurate out of the box
Need your spring cut possibly
Could maybe use a new barrel
This gun is a great gun for beginners. This fast, lightweight, durable, gun is great for weekend wars with your buddies. The only thing i don't like with it is i had to get the spring cut because it was to fast (between 310-330 f.p.s.) but this gun is probably my favorite gun yet. Also, it looks pretty cool just out of the bow.
Overall i think this is a great gun for beginners because its slick, light, and durable design. If you want a good beginner gun this is the one for you.
Game Face Vexor, 20oz co2 tank, and an AIM 2 piece barrel
Doesn't chop, light, and accurate
Loud(with stock barrel) and could be more accurate with a longer barrel
This is a very good gun for rookie players. It is a very good gun for its price. It doesn't chop and is pretty accurate but it could be better. It needs a longer barrel. If you buy a 12 or 14in. barrel, peferably 14, it would make it more accurate and not as loud. If you are thinking of going into tournament play or something like that I would consider buying a e-hopper but one that isnt too fast. A nitrogen tank would be great too.
I think it is a good gun and any rookie looking for a good gun for the price should get one.
-Stock barrel good, but not good enough
-Included CO2 tank non-refillable
This is probably the cheapest quality paintball marker you could ever buy. In fact, for the average woodsball game, you could add enough accessories to beat an Angel owner! In speedball, it's tendency to jam when fired rapidly can come into play at the worst moments imaginable, leaving nothing between that sweet Angel and your head. On the positive side, its durability and reliability match the Tippmann line. Also, it looks like it's a modern, quality gun...which it is. It's accuracy is adequate right out of the box, so you can head to Wal-Mart, give the clerk a few $20 bills, and start playing right away.
And that's part of the downside. The CO2 tank, as some other people claimed, is useless once it's empty.
Other than that, I haven't found any other major shortfalls. I give the VeXor semi-auto an 8 out of 10.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005 at 2:14 pm PST
Game Face Erex Elite, Smart Parts Ion, Tippmann 98 Custom
evolution 2 hopper, 14 inch barrel upgrade
none, except a longer barrel if you would like
This gun is very sturdy, not heavey, but not cheap, great feel, easy change velocity
The moment i opened the box i fell in love with this gun. The feel is incredible, like you can hold this and it feels so good, alot of other modles are either too heavy, too bulky, too lite, this is just perfect, great grip. I also love the color and design, the chrome finish is unliek no other. This gun shoots sweet for a under $300 dolor gun, doesnt beet a ion but is pretty damn fast. This isnt an elctic gun so you dont need a electric hopper, but getting one wont hurt. I recomend this gun for anyone who needs a good gun, not just for beginners (although it would be awesome first gun).
Just buy it, unless your looking to spend 500 on a gun, get this, very good, high quality, wont break on you.
Light, accurate, fast, well balanced,easy to maintain
This gun is fast, light, and accurate.Its needs a new longer barrel,and it could have a new foregrip setup. The hose is basically the main problem because it uses o-rings that wear out after using a full 20 ounce co2 tank. Also the threading is to small 4 a hose i could find which also means that the holes in the foregrip and asa r also to small. Luckily they have a vertical bottle abdaptor were the foregrip is so u can use that if u cant find any o-rings that would work.
Its a good beginers gun just buy a new barrel and u will put up a good fight
Spyder victor II
In my opinion, The Game Face Vexor is about the same level of the Spyder Victor II and is a little better than the Tippmann 98c
CP One-Piece Classic Barrel 14in.
20 oz. CO2 Tank
Extreme Rage 20 oz. Butt Plate
Break up Tape (Camoflage)
The accuracy of the stock barrel is pretty good but a new, longer barrel woudn't hurt. (It uses spyder threaded barrels)
Rate of Fire
Despite it's price, this is actually a really nice paintball marker. So far, i shot about 2000 paintballs through it and not one break or chop ( i was shooting 8-10 bps, thats about the highest i can do right now). Accuracy is pretty good for the stock barrel but you would probably would want to upgrade the barrel soon. I only shot PMI Premiums through the stock barrel and they shot pretty good even though they were a little small for the barrel so i would think any paintball with a .693 diameter would shoot good out of the stock barrel. I put a 14in. Custom Products One-Piece Classic Barrel on it and now it does great in woodsball. I always get a lot of comments on my marker. Things like "whats that" and "Thats a nice marker". I bought the kit for about $115( I over paid, saw it for $80 at other places), but it's still worth it. It came with everything you need to play; Marker, Skul Mask, Hopper, Squeegee, one pod full of paint, some spare O-rings and allen wrenches, and a disposable CO2 tank with the adapter. The hopper and mask are pretty good although i did experience one problem with the hopper, the balls got "hung up" in the hopper once when i was playing. Just a quick shake and it fixed it and so far it never happened again. The marker itself is reliable and rugged but i did experience one problem with it as well, twice when i was playing woodsball, the marker didn't recock itself when i pulled the trigger so i had to cock it again. This only happened twice out of 2000 balls. Besides those two problems i had, it's still a great paintball marker.
This marker is great for beginners and intermediate players. Its really cheap too, i saw the marker by itself for $60. I really think you should buy it if you are just getting into paintball or are short on cash.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 19th, 2006 at 11:40 am PST
Gameface vexor with 14' J&J performance barrel and halo b loader.
I would recommend a newbarrel. Preferably 14' or longer PMI razzor or J&J performance ceramic barrel.
Super light pull
Easy to clean
Gets really cold
I've had this gun for a little less than a month now, but I'm definitely sticking with it for a long time, ( about another year ). When I first fired the gun I was a little skeptical because it was so loud. But I soon got a better barrel for it and eliminated that problem. Over all this gun is even better than the imagine( no offense ) with the right upgrades. I'd say that the Vexor is far better than the Tippmann 98 custom pro, the Victor 2, and the Xtra put together. It looks better, has better performance and is more capable of upgrades such as new trigger frames, and barrels. I absolutely love the vexor and am ready to defend it at all costs. This is the perfect gun for both beginners and intermediate players. Plus if it has the right upgrades, it wouldn't be a bad gun for pros. I'd say that this gun is great especially the price. Only 80$ for the players kit.
This gun deserves a 100 out of ten and is perfect.
gameface vexor with jj performance barrel, sight feeder 2 loader and pure energy co2.
new barrel new hopper
Super light pull
Gets really cold
Stock barrel sucks
The vexor is a great gun for a great price. Once you put a new barrel and an loader on it, it's ready to play with some of the more expensive, higher classed guns. All in all this is my favorite gun so far. I've tested the victor 2 because one of my friends has it but I'd still prefer the vexor over the victor 2. I'm not saying that the victor 2 is a bad gun because it's not that bad, but I'd just prefer the vexor.
I would give this gun a 20, but the scale only goes to ten. So I give the gamface vexor a ten out of ten.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 21st, 2005 at 7:59 pm PST