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09 March 2009 - 04:01 PMI'm bored, so ladies and gentlemen, I present you with this:
I've been paintballing for a years, mainly in the woods, and I got a M16/AR15 type set up for my tippmann 98. It's served me well for a number of years, but I want a marker that I can use in the woods or on a speedball field.
Now that I moved to AZ, and go to a field regularly, with smaller fields, my stock and remote line can get in my way.
My friends all want me to get a tourney gun, which costs 500+ bucks....
That'd be nicer to play with on the field, but I still want a kind of milsim marker. Pretty much something compact with a high ROF, but I could put sights on if I wanted to.
I was thinking about the Spyder MR3. The youtube reviews rate highly, but people at the store advise against it.
Then there's also the Smart Parts SP1, but the feed blocks your sight... And I don't really like A5s or X7s..., and none of that mag fed stuff. What's the point.
So, any recommendations on a new, affordable milsim marker that meets these conditions?
High ROF on semi (prefer a walkable trigger)
Affordable (less than $350)
Reliable and easy to maintain
compact & comfortable
27 May 2008 - 06:19 PMHi, everyone, I was thinking of getting myself a night vision monocular for night games.
Here are my two options:
The thing is, which one is better for the price?
Also, it needs to fit over my mask, the vforce profiler.
It has about a 25 inch circumfrence, and the visor is removable.
Also, I can probably dig up a stock tippmann-scott paintball mask.
Here's the rest of my set up.