Choosing The Right Paintball Gun For You
Paintball wouldn’t really be much fun without the gun, but
they can be pretty expensive. There are always the
Wal-mart guns, Rhino Revolver 60DS Green Cerakote but most of those are not great quality; on
the other end, you have custom paintball guns, made exactly
to someone’s specifications,but they are too expensive for
anyone outside a pro player. So how do you find the perfect
The first thing to do is to determine what’s just right for
Are you a beginner: buy a less expensive paintball gun. You
can always upgrade it when you have new requirements. Most
paintball markers (=paintball guns) are easy to upgrade.
If your a more serious player or even play tournaments you
need a marker with more features. You need a gun that fits
the type of player you are: do you play in front, are you a
sniper or a cover player? The type of player you are
determines the size, weight and features of your gun. A
sniper doesn’t need a big hopper (the paintball container on
your gun) or big air supply, while a cover player does. A
front player needs a gun that’s easy to handle and light,
while a sniper might prefer a longer gun with a scope.
Some people would rather use a paintball pistol than a
longer gun, whereas others prefer rapid-fire semiautomatic
and automatic paintball guns.
There are more things to keep in mind when buying a
paintball gun, for instance, newer paintball guns have
trouble firing older bullets, and older paintball guns often
won’t fire newer bullets at all.