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Is the azodin zll worth the money?

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#1 elpbfreak



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Posted 04 November 2013 - 07:22 PM

Hey so im newish to paintball and want to enter speedball, is the azodin zll worth the price?

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#2 Eskimo


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Posted 04 November 2013 - 07:33 PM

Its a 300$ gun with a clamping feedneck, angled reg, on/off ASA, a decent barrel and a easy to ajust velocity. easy to maintin and easy to clean between games.
It works thats for sure, Is it worth the money? In a pure objective sense, Not really. Food, water shelter take priority, However after that its up to you! :tup:

There are other markers in that money bracket, (the 250-350$ guns are in a REALLY tight competition) So almost any choice you make will be fine, The Azodin Zii for a new marker will treat you right. Dont worry about blow back vs inline vs spool vs contained and all that jazz, you're here to play right?! Enjoy it.

The triggers are not half bad either, so walking it wont be to much of an issue when you need to lay a stream down. (that being said, The Semi auto with a 10BPS cap is still the strongest Speedball configuration for 95% of your competition you will be going up against)

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Posted 05 November 2013 - 01:52 AM

i personally own one and i love it
its really quiet for an stbb (stacked tube blowback)
the shot is really smooth and the trigger is extremely easy to walk

maintenance is a breeze, the only thing you need to do basic cleaning is an alan key for the grips
the OLED is very easy to program (took me minutes to figure it out)


ive found that it tends to shoot better with paint that has a thicker shell but then again i was using it in colder weather
any paint that isnt too brittle will shoot just fine out of this marker
it shot ropes right out of the box and the stock barrel back it comes with will be fine with pretty much all paint

i hope azodin releases more backs in the future though

the only thing i dont like about the marker is that it eats up batteries

thats just my two cents on the marker :)


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Posted 05 November 2013 - 10:20 PM

Thanks guys , I really appriciate it.

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