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In Topic: What marker should I get?

19 April 2015 - 03:53 PM

The Axe is hypothetically the only marker you will ever need for anything ever it is a tournament ready gun right out of the box.


Any "speedball" marker will outshoot any "milsim woodsball marker in the woods"


Their is actually no set type of gun called a "woodsball marker" what your thinking of is the tactical milsim stuff that looks like a real steel firearm


Also no marker is really more accurate than another. Marker accuracy comes down to a few different factors. How clean and well maintained your gun is and how nice the paint is. Typically more expensive paint is more uniform and rounder so it flies straighter and breaks better than cheeper paint. 

In Topic: ideas for a half decent setup for $75-$125 dollars

19 April 2015 - 03:50 PM

No the victor is unregulated the clone is regulated. The clone will have a more consistant shot to shot velocity resulting in marginally better accuracy but more important than that is a clean gun and barrel as well as good paint. 


Im going to lay it on thick for you kiddo.


You are I assume maybe 10 or 12 years old. 


You have absolutely no idea how the world works yet. 


Do not blame your parents and throw a fit on the internet over not getting your way. Paintball is an expensive sport. To get good gear and play regularly is incredibly expensive. For a child with no income to speak of to demand that their parents to pay for something like this and bankroll it as a hobby is an incredibly selfish and short sighted. 


You claim you are paying for it for yourself. You are legally not allowed to own a credit card, you are also not legally allowed purchase paintball equipment. I know at least in the state of Massachusetts you must be at least 18 years old to buy a marker.


How are you making this money? You are going to spend $150 which was a fucking fortune to me when I was 12 years old on some shitty gear that is full on going to suck then you are going to have no idea what to do with it. How are you going to pay to go play? How are you going to get to a field? If your parents are not willing to pay for your gear do you expect them to drive you to a field take time out of their weekend and then spend money for you to play paintball? 


Also do you expect that going behind their backs getting one of those disposable visa gift cards and ordering some gear online is going to solve your problem? What happens when it shows up to your house your parents find it and then make you return it.


If you want to play paintball, save your pennies for a few years, work on doing well in school and behaving for your parents try to get a small odd job here or there doing yard work walking dogs or something and when you have a couple hundred bucks saved up and your a little older and more mature talk to your parents about maybe getting into paintball. 

In Topic: What marker should I get?

19 April 2015 - 03:31 PM

Buying used is a great way to save a lot of money on a setup. It could save you a ton of money and you will get much better equipment in the long run. The only thing I recomend buying new is a mask. 


You could most likely get an Empire Axe paired with a tank and hopper for around $400 that leaves you $100 for a mask and pod back. 

In Topic: What marker should I get?

19 April 2015 - 03:24 PM

What is your budget and are you willing to buy used? 

In Topic: Biulding a shocker

18 April 2015 - 02:22 PM

As long as the noid is good might as well scoop it if its cheep. 


My build started as a stock SFT only stock parts left on it is the guide, sleeve, noid inserts noid and manifold.