The BushMaster 2000 comes standard with the most capabilities at the flick of a switch. There are four separate
modes to choose from. Go from semi-auto (single shot), 3 shot burst, 6 shot burst, or full auto by flipping a switch
inside the grip. Each of the 3, 6, or full-auto modes stops when the trigger is released, allowing single shot firing in any
The Indian Creek Designs Bushmaster 2000 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
motorized hopper...evolution II to get maximum rate of fire
very easy to field strip!
adjustible trigger pull
-hard to switch firing modes
overall a great gun reliable in the field, easy to clean and maintain(no need for oil) super fast. ive had some of my friends make fuin of it they say it cant compete with an impulse but they are dead wrong. i can compete with almost anything out there without shelling out a grand on a gun.
buy this gun you will not be disappointed. it is top of the line you might need to get a new regulator but mine works fine
spyder esprit - bushy kills this gun
angel lcd - with current ups their about the same, although the angel has a little better of a trigg frame
lapco reg adaptor
centerflag hyperinline regulator with lp spring
dye ultralite 14in - best barrel out their
sweet custom cradle/drop
very nice anno job, only one made!
icd b2k3 board - this thing rips
pretty much what i have, although i plan to get a zenitram micro rock adap, either a jam bolt or a blind bolt, (whenever they come out), a zenitram magnet trig frame, a zenitram 15 degree asa( looks awsome), and a zenitram valve
VERY fast, i can easily get strings of 15-18 bps.
i hear the stock reg sucks, wouldnt know, it had a new one on it
this thing is awsome, incredibly fast and with the ultralite, accurate as anything ive ever shot. i can easily pick off players across the field. From 45ft away I had 4-5in shot groupings, thats awsome. i have adjusted the trigg to being incredibly light and short. be sure to put blue loctite on the set screws though, they WILL come loose. no big.
all in all, one of the best markers out their, with the proper ups this thing can keep up with anything. I'd take my bush over a impy any day, BUY ONE
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 18th, 2004 at 11:53 pm PST
2k3 pds bushy
impulse (non vision)
(all of these markers operate fairly similarly)
red 5th gen (fishbone milling)
vaporworks chaos chip set in unlimited
halo b w. z-code
smart parts twister feed
shocktech sk4 supafly
palmer fatty stabalizer hpr
mac dev sonic detents
black 32* drop w. on/off
ACI 68/45 bulldog 2
J&J EDGE kit w. red 12" tip
chaos chip (best upgrade made for a bushy)
EDGE kit from J&J
mid size drop
some kind of adjustable feedneck
Halo b w. z-code
you get tha pic.....
well, the only "major" problems i have had were"
once you add tha chaos, halo b, sonic detents (to hold up with tha halo) and a nice trigger setting... this marker far surpasses all others in it's "class" i also recommend a quality barrle kit and i nice bolt (supafly will have to be sanded down)
now down to tha real review...
insanely fast... faster than any angel (i hate the angel trigger... not enough respose for me...and too slow...) lighter than most other markers... the shocktech bushy is the lightest electro-pneumatic marker out there, accurate once you add tha barrel kit, but mine was shootin beams completely stock (before the chip and all...)
i am front player, so the ability to have a nice small/light/insanely intimidating and fast setup is all i need to wreak havok...push tha 50 while layin down paint tends to cause a bit of disturbance...
overall the best marker i have ever shot (and that is alot....i only listed the ones tha operate in a similar fassion)
Full VaporWorks, Egg, Freak, Sidewinder HPR, Palmer Rock LPR, Zenetram Trigger Frame, PDS (eyes), Crossfire 68/3000 w/ on-off, Low-Rise Neck.
Regulator(s), Barrel, Eyes, Trigger work (minimum, in that order)
It's light, compact, easy to clean, & paint flies straight and far. Good price.
It's tall, a gas guzzler, slow ROF, & the wiring harness has no connectors.
With all of the upgrades, this marker rips. I use it in the local tourneys, and seem to hold my own. I sent it back to ICD for the PDS and Board upgrade, and was VERY pleased with how fast they got it back to me, and the improved performance. It cost $125, and only took two weeks. WOW, no more chopped balls! This by far the best performance upgrade I made regarding BPS speed. Obviously, you need a fast loader and an accurate barrel as well.
Overall, I highly recommend this marker as long as you know that there are minimal upgrades that need to be made. I bought mine used with a full VaporWorks upgrade. I love what they do to the air system, but hated the Vapor trigger. They also add a connector between the tray, and receiver. I got mine for about $450, but I've seen them on E-Bay for less with more upgrades. If you're thinking about getting a Bushy, look for the upgrades, and what you're getting for the price. They make them with AutoCocker barrel threading as well, and that is a big plus. ICD after market parts can be kind of hard to find. Search the web, ask around in chat rooms, find a retailer that deals with, and is familiar with ICD. I gave this product an 8 out of 10, because there are minimal upgrades that should be made. Good luck, and see you on the field!
barrel, grips, new reg, ive heard the chaos chip is good, i should have one in a little. definetly need a revy,
incredibly fast, great looks, has a certain, indimidation factor
kind of hard to find parts for it
this is a very good marker, i highly recomend it to anyone that is getting serious with paintball. high rates of fire, and with a new chip you can get up to 20bps, thats crazy. i have heard that the stock reg is crap, but i got mine with a new one so i dont personally know. i got mine with the setup you see above for 220, dont expect to get that good of a deal though. overal awsome gun, not quite up their with an angel yet, but im sure with a new chip, and trig frame itl b just as good, if not better. BUY THIS GUN
overal awsome gun, not quite up their with an angel yet, but im sure with a new chip, and trig frame itl b just as good, if not better. BUY THIS GUN
Smart Parts Impulse: Heavier and more expensive, but a little faster. Almost the same.
Spyder E99: A little fast, but doesn't compete with the bushmaster b2k
E-Blade Orr-acle: Wayy faster and more accurate...but really expensive
Shocktech Supafly bolt
Dye sticky grips
14' Dye Ultralite barrel
7 inch Drop foward
New barrel, Chaos board ( I am definatly gonna buy that soon), fast hopper, drop foward, and a new bolt (not needed that much but it really helps)
can be fast, very light, and dead on accurate with a new barrel and bolt
not the fastest all the time, but thats really it
Its a good gun. It is very light and if you put time and money into it, it can be very fast. It is very accurate and if you buy a bolt and a barrel, it will be amazingliy accurate. Try it out if your interested or try out a newer model.
Buy it if you are interested. It wont let you down.
2000 BKO with 12" dye boomstick, dye sticky grips, drop forward with 68/3000 psi crossfire tank
get a bettter barrel, 68/4500psi tank
This gun is super fast and accurate that runs on around 250psi
The trigger is a little sloppy and it's a bit of a gas hog.
This gun is a great tournament ready gun right out of the box. Just do a crazy trigger job on it and replace the stock barrel with a better barrel (dye, jt, or freak will do) and you're set! This gun can definitely keep up with most tournament grade guns. I could walk my BKO at 17bps after I reduced the trigger pull to less than 1/2 a mm. The trigger is a little sloppy, but nothing too serious. The sloppy trigger can actually work to your advantage because you can tap the trigger on the side to shoot it. I have had absolutely no problems with this gun at all. Get a 4500 tank and you'll take care of the "gas hog" problem. The quick release pin on the gun makes it for simple cleaning that takes only a few seconds. I just laugh at my friends that paid near three times what I did for an angel, when I can compete with them with the BKO.
A great gun at a great price! I only paid $355 for the whole setup you see above! Performance of an Impulse without paying an arm and a leg! You really can't go wrong!
Considering the price this gun sells for and it's outstanding performance, I give it a 10.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, December 27th, 2003 at 11:42 am PST
Indian Creek Designs(ICD)2000
SmartParts 14'' All American '02 Barrel
-Consistent of air
Probably the barrel. Change the stock barrel.
Well, in my opion, this marker ROX! The only major change that is needed is the barrel. The stock barrel curves the balls as I shoot, but sometimes it will shoot straight.Yeah, just change the barrel then your set. Unless you want to really get tricked out get get bla, bla, bla..........
Overall, I would reccomend this marker to anyone likes and wants to win. I give it a 9 cause of its stock barrel. Its not that bad but, you know...
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 21st, 2003 at 2:18 pm PST
LED angel has similar performance but, much better fee;
it isn't as good as newer elecros
Black ICD 2k3 Bushmaster BKO
12" Lapco bigshot
32 degress 42" steel remote
VL eVLution II
BE Tigershark with 9.5" eagle works barrel
BE Blade 1 with tape holding it together
WGP Sniper 2k3/WGP Autococker 2k3-
stock reg from a pre 2k cocker
shochtech bomb 3-way
lapco bigshot 14"
gas thru stock
well, I'd just save my money and buy a newer bushmaster, these things are good stock
fast rof, can run on co2 if you are daring enough
most uncomfortable gun in the world, ever!
this gun is definitly decent. perforamence wise you can't hope for too much better at the price these can be had for, frequently people sell them as cheap as BKOs which aren't quite as good b/c they are almost unupgradable. the B2K has many upgrade components. it is alot heavier than my BKO and about the same as my cocker. the bad thing is it happens to be the most unconfortable thing ever designed!!! I cannot fathom why this design was built so tight to the gripframe, I am not a big person but the grip is far,far too small to ever be comfratible.
if you find one cheap they are very good guns, the grip sucks but the rof is what is important to most players anyway. all in all I'd rather try to find a used LED angel, they are found for just as good prices and are better guns
tl+(doesn't even compare)
i owned all of these and finally stuck with a b2k
88/3000 pure energy hpa
evo II hopper
probably a new barrel
if you use co2, get rid of it and switch to hpa
did i say fast?
chops sometimes because i don't have pds and i shoot too fast
i love this gun. i actually traded an eblade autococker for it!(of course i got money back) it is sooooo fast and if you get the chaos chip for it it will do 26bps. really lives up to its nickname "poor man's angel"
it's amazing. the only thing wrong with it is that if you don't have pds (paint detection system) it might chop because your hopper can't keep up with how fast you shoot. if you do chop tho don't worry it is a sinch to clean. the only other thing wrong with it is that paint might get expensive because this thing really lays it down.
WARNING: may cause severe trigger happy behavior. :P
buy this gun. screw the angel or timmy and save about $400 and get this gun. this gun really rips!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 13th, 2003 at 9:27 pm PST