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Posted 01 March 2013 - 05:05 PM

what is the beat woods ball sniper? my dad wants a woods ball sniper for his birthday but he has some weird requirements,it has to be Semi auto,have eyes and really long range(for a paintball gun)for around 220$ range and NOT TIPMANN its has to be legal for fields and living legends 6.
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Posted 01 March 2013 - 07:41 PM

Well first, all paintball guns have the same range. Yes, all of them. Shocking huh? Not really, if you fire the same paintball at the same velocity (say 300 FPS) how is it going to travel farther depending on the gun? So that being said, there's no such thing as a "sniper" in paintball. I would recommend the GoG Enmy. It's a spool valve, semi automatic gun. Real quiet and smooth, which is perfect for the woods. It is mechanical, so no electric shit to worry about but there are no sears or springs which is awesome. Make sure you also have a loader, I would recommend trying to find a used Revy.

http://www.ansgear.c...nenmeyblack.htm <----GoG Enmy.

You can find a used Revy here: http://www.baccipain...iewloaders.html

They are dirt cheap, feed a consistent 12 BPS, sound/eye activated, light weight.

After those buying those 2, you should have some cash left. Invest in a carbon fiber tank. Check my sig down below.

You will love this setup, very light weight, quiet, cheap. Perfect for the woods.

Edited by dannyboy768, 01 March 2013 - 07:42 PM.

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Posted 01 March 2013 - 08:17 PM

For the most part, it is true that there is no such thing as a "paintball sniper". All guns that fire normal paintballs have generally the same range and accuracy. Is your dad wants to get as close to sniping as he can get, he would have to get a gun that fires First Strike Rounds. First Strike Rounds look like this:

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and they have much better range and accuracy than a normal paintball. Unfortunately, there are a couple of dilemmas. Most guns, if not all, guns that are First Strike capable do not have eyes because of the low rate of fire and the fact that they are mechanical.

Another issue is the price range. There are not many FSR caable guns within the 220 dollar range, and as far as I know there are none that are semi-auto. If you were willing to buy used that would be a different story. The only new, FSR capable gun I know of right now is a pump gun called the Spyder Hammer 7. It only costs 130 dollars, and for that price you could afford to get extra mags and some attachments. Here is a picture and a link to where to buy it.

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Actually, you could also get the Spyder MR5. It is semi auto and is also FSR capable. Here is a link to that.


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Posted 02 March 2013 - 08:33 PM

There are sniperz guyz they are pump cockers :dodgy:

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Posted 02 March 2013 - 11:09 PM

If he wants an electro go with a GoG G1, But keep in mind the only thing that can be called a "Sniper" is a gun with First Strike capability, So maybe a Hammer 7 witch is a Pump but has the feel of a "sniper" because It's mag-fed and FSR. Good luck on your choice, What ever you get your dad I'm sure he'll be happy!

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 12:47 AM

Paintball sniper = space shuttle door gunner

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