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In Topic: Barrels under 40 dollars

Yesterday, 09:48 PM

Stock barrel will do you fine.  Barrels tend not to be an upgrade, more of a preference.  I think it comes with a 12", so if you're after one a bit longer Lurker 14" is never a bad choice.

In Topic: Beginner woodsball / rec-ball gun.

12 July 2014 - 03:08 PM

GoG eXTCy for $200 is one of the best bang for the buck markers out there right now.  That gives you $150 left over for paint and/or other things you may need (better mask, HPA tank, ext).

In Topic: D3S Vs PMR

27 May 2014 - 11:51 PM

Very seldom would I recommended someone get a marker based on its upgradability these days.  A new marker should have everything you're after out of the box in my opinion.  What would you be looking to upgrade on the marker anyway?


Edit:  I should note that this advice comes from someone who enjoys upgrading markers to their full potential.  I'm not against upgrading markers, but anyone on a budget should just simply find one that suits their needs (again, in my opinion).

In Topic: Rotor Vs Z2

23 May 2014 - 03:17 PM

I have two rotors and have yet to have a jam that wasn't user error.  Some may have had issues, but my rotors have held true for the last two years without any.  Of the three you ask about, any of them will do.  If you go rotor, used may be worth looking into as they are bullet proof and can be had for pretty darn cheap.  There is one local for $80 that I am tempted to pick up just because I have a hard time skipping out on a deal (black rotors in Canada are $225).

In Topic: Best begginer tournament setup?

19 May 2014 - 06:41 PM

Very limited information here.  Does that include buying a mask?  A tank?  Does $500 include you hoping to buy pads, pants, ext?  Are you playing in semi only where a trigger is more important, or are you playing PSP where you need a marker that can adhere to the field limits?