Shipwreck!, on 06 December 2011 - 11:10 PM, said:
That's right baby! The all out, no holds bared, paintballin' awesome machine you see before you runs almost entirely on props. So keep 'em comin. Listen to Shipwreck indeed!
What? You're recommending an electro?
'C'mon Tool, do you really want your marker to be a delicate toy of a gun that's powered by a 9 volt and is gonna crap out on you every time it drizzles or you do something perfectly reasonable like smash it on some rocks under your full weight when you eat it at a dead run, or drop it in a river? Or do you want an all mechanical badass brick of a gun that's gonna fire every time like an AK, take a beating like a prize fighter, then retire with dignity at the age of 35 with mild yet permanent brain damage and still be able to whoop your ass at 70?
If you really want all those things in a marker, pick up an automag. For you, a tac one.
Initially, i was a little hesitant to suggest one because its a little complicated and theyre not as popular. But after this thread, i think that they would be perfect for you.
Automags are an age-old design, tried and tested, rugged as hell. Theyre fully mechanical ball ripping machines. Ever hear the phrase "Well oiled machine"? that machine is an automag. It gives you the ruggedness and durability of a mechanical marker with the fast shooting maneuverability of an electro. Its honestly your best bet.
Heres a link
This post has been edited by Benaiah: 07 December 2011 - 10:54 AM