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Cheap Paintball Guns
There are lots of cheap paintball guns available now on the market. Although most of the cheap paintball guns are not as effective as the expensive paintball guns, some of them may perform astonishingly well on the battlefield. Here are some tips on how to buy cheap paintball guns that would give you more quality than what you paid for.
Action is what happens in the battle field. There are three kinds of actions for cheap paintball guns; these are pump action, open bolt semi automatic or semi automatic blow back, and the paintball guns that comes with electronic trigger frames or the hybrid blow back guns. Each of these paintball guns differ from one another. Choose the type of paintball guns that would fit your way of shooting your opponents and on how much time you would spend on your paintball marker just to make it fire.
Good firing rate, range or accuracy; performance must also be considered in buying cheap paintball guns. Some cheap paintball guns perform great one day and totally opposite the next. Reliability must also be considered. Buy a paintball gun that has the consistency of working the way it should be.
Cheap most of the time means poor quality. A paintball gun takes a lot of abuse when in the field, opt for a more durable as much as possible. Choose a paintball gun that has a metal body and grip rather than plastic ones. On the other hand, there are some cheap metal paintball guns that have the tendency to break down with just little abuse. Always make sure that the bolts and nuts or everything that holds the paintball gun together are tight. Paintball guns with shaking parts are unadvisable.
Not the singing duo. It is what powers the paintball gun. The cheap way to power a paintball gun is with carbon dioxide. Steer clear from using 12 gram cartridges of carbon dioxide unless you know what you are doing. Go for a paintball gun that uses a carbon dioxide bottle or tank. On the other hand there are some paintball guns that do not work well with carbon dioxide. You can go for a paintball gun that uses carbon dioxide or have adequate money for an anti-siphon, regular, or x-chamber so that it would work better.
You must also take care of your paintball marker properly. Some cheap paintball guns have easy to dismantle, clean, and assemble internal parts. However, there are also some paintball guns that require higher maintenance.
Most of all go for a cheap paintball marker that has warranty. Be sure that the manual is included in the package so that if you are having some trouble with your paintball marker you can always get help from the manufacture though the internet or through the telephone.