This week’s best paintball marker video comes courtesy of Tony of Lone Wolf Paintball. He’s not a brand rep, so his list isn’t in any specific order. Rather, it’s just the best paintball guns out there, period. In this episode, he covers the Spyder Victor, Tippmann 98 custom platinum series, and Azodin Kaos II.
Spyder Victor paintball markers are made of lightweight aluminum and feature a micro ported barrel. They also feature a non-slip grip and an Air Efficient Eko Valve System. The Victor can fire up to 1,600 rounds per fill of CO2, and is equipped with a two-finger trigger.
Spyder paintball markers are available in two different lines: the Classic Series and MR Series. Each has distinct characteristics that fit the player’s style of play. The Classic Series paintball markers are designed for aspiring tournament players and feature the latest technologies for maximum performance. The MR Series is more durable and is recommended for beginner players.
This Airsoft Marker is very easy to clean, and features standby parts that come with the product. It is also easy to assemble with included wrenches. Aside from being lightweight, it also has a two finger trigger and durable aluminum-finished side Picatinny rails. It is also compatible with CO2 and compressed air.
The Dye M2 paintball marker is one of the top-of-the-line models currently on the market. It has a variety of features that make it stand out from the competition. The Dye M2 has 45 program screens, over a million performance player settings, and six additional customizable profiles. It also has a USB port for free software updates from Dye Precision.
This model comes with the UL-S two-piece barrel system and a new two-stage Flex Face Bolt Tip. It also comes with a Mag Reach system for making small adjustments. The trigger is controlled by the MOSAir board. There are also seven play screen options, 5 player profiles and 3 training modes, and cable-free charging. The marker also features storage for 3 custom boot screens.
Other features of the Dye M2 include a wireless charging puck and tech mat. The battery life of the M2 is up to 8,000 rounds. The Dye M2 is compatible with CO2 and HPA paintballs. It also features a shot tracker.
Tippmann 98 custom platinum series
You may not have a lot of money to invest in paintball markers, but the Tippmann 98 Custom paintball marker is a great choice. This marker is built to last and is considered one of the best entry-level paintball markers available. It has a six-position military-style stock, a full picatinny rail, and flip-up sights. It also has a reliable trigger that delivers accurate shots.
There are 8 new and updated features available on Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum Series paintball markers, making them more versatile and easier to customize. One of these is the new Quick Thread Flatline Barrel, which attaches just as easily as any other barrel, saving you time and frustration. All other features of the 98 Custom are still present, including the all-aluminum die-cast receiver and the quick-release feeder elbow. This model also features CO2, compressed air, and nitrogen compatibility.
Another upgrade available on the Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum is the Sniper Package. This model uses the same Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum body as the Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum, but features a long tactical barrel that promotes increased accuracy and stability. The stocks on this Tippmann paintball marker are adjustable, which is perfect for the sniper who wants to shoot long-range shots.
Azodin Kaos II
The Azodin Kaos II paintball marker is a midrange paintball marker that is made for entry level gamers. It weighs only two pounds, which makes it comfortable to use even after hours of gameplay. It’s also made from hard aluminum, which makes it light but durable. Moreover, the lightweight design doesn’t drain your paintballer’s arm.
The Azodin Kaos II is simple to clean. It has a delrin bolt on the top, which is easily removed for easy cleaning. The Azodin Kaos II is fast and reliable, and it won’t break the bank. It’s made by a relatively new company in the paintball business, so it’s not too expensive, but still offers quality and value for your money.
The Kaos II is an entry-level paintball marker that offers a wide range of shots. Its low price makes it perfect for beginners. It also features a small tool kit for minor repairs.