We tested these brands Azodin electric paintball guns automatic,Game Face electric paintball guns automatic,DPMS electric paintball guns automatic,Tippmann electric paintball guns automatic,Spyder electric paintball guns automatic,Maddog electric paintball guns automatic,Umarex electric paintball guns automatic,Valken Including 20 products compared
- Tippmann A-5 .68 Caliber Paintball Marker
- Umarex T4E TR50 Revolver .50 Caliber Training Pistol Paintball Gun Marker
- Maddog Tippmann Project Salvo Sierra One Starter Protective CO2 Paintball Gun Package
- Maddog Azodin KAOS 2 Silver Paintball Gun Package
- MAddog Azodin KAOS 2 Titanium Paintball Gun Package
- Tippmann Cronus Paintball Marker Gun Player Package
- Game Face ASRGTH GFSMG Airsoft Submachine Gun
- DPMS Full Auto SBR CO2-Powered BB Air Rifle with Dual Action Capability
- T4E TPM1 .43 Caliber Training Pistol Paintball Gun Marker
- Glock 19 Gen3 .177 Caliber BB Gun Air Pistol
- MAddog Azodin Blitz 3 HPA Paintball Gun Package
- Azodin Blitz 3
- Spyder Fenix Electronic Paintball Marker
- Tippmann Cronus CQB Paintball Gun with Electronic Red Dot Sight and Hopper
- Valken Code Electronic Paintball Gun - 68 Caliber
- DPMS Full Auto SBR CO2-Powered BB Air Rifle with Dual Action Capability
- Maddog Tippmann Cronus Tactical Bronze Paintball Gun Package
- Umarex T4E Walther PPQ .43 Caliber Training Pistol Paintball Gun Marker
- TIPPMANN SSL-200 Electronic Loader
No on/off ass
No quick clamp feed neck
No millennium ramp
Get an electronic Hopper and shred paint. Four cases through mine in last three weeks without a single break. Original battery still in it. I would buy again.
This is my first marker and I have had it for over a month now. I have used it to play every weekend for several hours in a speedball and woodsball settings. I have learned a lot thanks to this marker, and regret not spending a bit more money and getting a different marker. I should have researched it better; and I am normally much better at it, but I dropped the ball here out of eagerness. Let this review be your guide and warning.
- Easy enough to clean and maintain.
- Never chopped a ball.
- Preset regulator.
- When I first got it I had major issues with barrel breaks and it just not wanting to shoot. I solved the shooting issue by tightening the barrel just a bit more. The barrel breaks were solved by 1) decreasing the settings of my Halo TOO down to 1/1/2 and 2) bore matching my paint with a Deadlywind Fibur-X + freak kit. Knowing what I know now I would have gotten a different hopper; Virtue Spire, Dye Rotor or R2, or the HK Army TFX would all have been good choices. These hoppers have better feed systems and are not dependent on sound to feed paint, meaning one less setting to worry about.
- It is loud AF. If you like to play back you will be fine. If you are aggressive people will know exactly where you are. You can get a different barrel, such as the Deadlywind Fibur-X with GOG insert kit, to help reduce your sound signature but it is still loud.
- There is no On/Off ASA, so you run the risk of damaging tank threads and blowing o-rings each time you take on and off your tank. You can buy and install an ASA yourself, but between a macro line kit and an on/off ASA you are looking at it costing $45 to $65.
- The screw feed neck is a pain if you play frequently and take apart your marker each time. I highly suggest getting a clamping feed neck. A high profile feed neck will cost you in the range of $15 to $20. A low profile one will cost you $30 to $40.
- The seal the handgrip covers provide to the board is terrible. I end up having to clean paint out of there every week. How paint gets in there I am not really sure.
- They failed to put any/much thread lock on a trigger screw. Shortly after making adjustments to my trigger the marker wasn't firing. If you make any trigger adjustments I highly suggest checking all the screws to ensure enough thread lock is present. The attached picture is the adjustment screw I had issues with.
That said, if you are looking at an inexpensive entry electro marker for some casual play, consider getting the Blitz EVO instead; I know I should have. It is marginally more expensive, but it comes with a clamping feed neck and an on/off ASA. Since I already own the marker and have been using it so long I just upgraded the marker by adding those two things. However, if you think you will really, really, really enjoy paintballing, could see yourself playing every weekend, and can afford to spend a bit more money, get a different marker. Personally, I plan on getting a different marker for next season and will use this as a backup/loaner or sell it.
Every happy with my new paintball gun... Would be ordering again
The marker came right on time. Today was The first time I used it. The marker worked great. Amazing even. I'd give a few tips to people who are new. Clean and grease your marker. Clean the eyes. That way you don't chop paint. Not just once but every time after you play. Most of the problems I read in the feedback can all be fixed easily. This gun is not loud as some would say. Also I would recommend getting an electronic hopper. But this will definitely give you an edge over the renters and definitely let you stand with the higher end guns. I am really happy with it.
Let me start this off by saying, I absolutely loved this gun at first, it functioned great, ran smooth, and performed about as good as any paintball gun in this price range, but a couple games into playing, the bolt dropped forward while the gun was completely off, and would not lock back. I tried to cock the gun, and that is when the problem occurred. While I was attempting to cock it, it went absolutely insane and just about took my finger off, thankfully I somehow got it out of the way of the charging handle/retaining pin for the bolt, because it took off at a rate that would amount to (a rough estimate, but it was very, VERY fast) probably somewhere around 8,000 rounds per minute, with everyone throughout the entire paintball place relating it to a chainsaw at full throttle. It did not stop this until I took the air tank off, cutting off its supply. The gun absolutely destroyed itself in doing this as you can see in the pictures, the retaining pin in the bolt is bent and dented on the bottom somehow, the frame of the gun is was hammered so hard that the groove for the pin to connect the internals is about 2mm longer, and has protruded both upward and downward so far that the lower components cannot be removed, and the bolt will not go back into the gun completely, the retaining pin is stuck in the bolt (before this it is made to move in and out quite easily for maintenance purposes) and thus the gun has been rendered unusable.
In conclusion: I have NEVER witnessed this on any other paintball gun, and will not be purchasing any other Azodin products as this gun almost caused severe injury to me and absolutely destroyed itself. Though this seems like a good deal, I recommend saving money and waiting to afford something like an empire mini GS, empire Axe (that is what I will be replacing this terrible Azodin with), or even just about any Dye, Empire, or other well known brand of gun.
This gun is so much fun to shoot! Full auto mode leads to spontaneous giggling from the shooter and spectators alike.
Weight and balance are very much like the real thing.
Charging handle, safety/fire selector, are very realistic, although the forward assist is non-functional.
Did I say how much bloody fun it is to shoot this thing?
Surprisingly accurate. The attached photo is from my 1st 100 shots. The tight clusters are from 3 25-round full auto bursts. The others are from semi-auto file as I tried to use the flip-up sights. All were at 30 ft.
The flip-up sights are junk, at least for my eyes. In most lighting conditions, I found that the smooth inside surface of the cylindrical rear sight aperture was too reflective, causing enough glare to block out the front post sight entirely.
It is far too loud to be back yard friendly, if neighbors are close.
The loading tool is temperamental at best, jamming frequently. It is made of light plastic that feels like it will break at any moment. When it's functioning properly, it is a major improvement over hand-loading, but of 10 loading attempts, I only had 1 load the full 25 BBs without failure.
If you are interested in this gun at all, BUY IT NOW. Once you fire it, you will honestly wonder why you waited at all.
Screw the loading tool. Buy your BBs in the dispenser with the little tapered spout. Just hold the bb follower back with your thumb (manual says "lock it back", but that's a misprint), tip the mag so the top end is a bit downward, and pour the BBs into the feeding hole till the slot is full. Release the follower. Don't worry if you spill some, cuz you'll be spilling a lot more real soon.
Order extra magazines! The 25 rds go so fast, you'll be glad you spent the $50 a piece, just so you can keep shooting.
Mount a Red Dot reflex optic or Laser for better point and shoot target acquisition.
This thing is a beast. It has a quick and snappy fire rate, and the realism makes this gun all the more better. You will find most of the controls in their proper places, all functioning realistically. This gun is also highly versatile. I have fitted it with a plethora of my own attachments to it, which makes it look much more tactical. The only downside is that the primary build material is plastic, but highly durable plastic. I give this behemoth a 9/10.
This was something I wanted to be "fun" and just mess around in the backyard with along with my wife. It is far from that. It can only hold about 25 BBs and the included speed-loader is anything but that.
First, it only holds about 25 BBs. That is not going to last at all in full-auto. So, reload, reload, reload.
Second, the "speed-loader" doesn't work the way I expect it was intended. Better to hold the spring and reload with one of those funnel type BB containers. To hold the spring while doing so? You'd better have a good thumbnail. Literally.
This is fun while plinking. But knowing it doesn't last before a reload... I've only shot 6 CO2 cartridges-worth. My wife thinks it's a blast (because I'm the one reloading it).
I would definitely recommend a different model and doing some research. Something that holds more and is easier to reload.
It is very nicely made. But, you probably already have a real AR-15 so this doesn't make sense for fun plinking.
the owners manual states that the magazine BB follower can be locked back to load. Wrong. It has to be held back while l,oading which is kinda a pain in the ass. other than that this gun rocks!
I didn't know it existed and once I did, I had to have it. It looks and feels like a firearm. It has AR controls. Restrictions on shooting a BB gun aren't as strict as for firearms. It does not bang. It is not lethal. Harm to self is negligible if safety glasses are worn during firing. This BB rifle can be shot indoors with cardboard or a blanket as a backstop.
There is nothing cheap looking feeling on this rifle. It is almost entirely made of glass filled plastic My assessment is it will shoot for decades with proper care to the firing components.
It fires with enough force to penetrate 2 sides of a cardboard box. I zeroed indoors at 20 feet and shot groups are about 1/2” in diameter at that range.
I did not buy this for it's full auto-capability. I bought it for it's semi-auto capability and it's AR platform design. I have a 5.56mm AR and a 9mm AR pistol. Time spent with this air rifle makes me more comfortable, familiar, proficient, and confident with the others. The blow back feature gives just enough that re-sighting must be done after every round. My cost per shot with this rifle including CO2 and BB's is about 1 cent—9mm is 20 cents and 5.56 is 35 cents. The collapsible stock means people from 8 to 80 can comfortably shoulder it.
It takes some “extra” trigger pull effort to fire. Trigger weight is over 9 pounds versus around 6.5 for my other AR guns. While not gritty, the trigger action is not smooth. I am hoping this will improve with firing. While not replicating my other triggers, I like it, because it requires a return to marksmanship trigger basics with the consistent slow squeeze.
The supplied flip up sights are adequate. If you intend to use only iron sights, I recommend you replace them with better. The sights on the gun are plastic, don't lock into place when raised, and can get bumped out of place. There is no elevation adjustment, but they are spot on for elevation at 30 feet. I installed a cheap reflex sight and zeroed my rifle to it. The flip up sights co-witnessed perfectly after some windage adjustment.
Many report problems with the magazine auto-loader. Add me to the list. Mine is prone to jamming even when not in the magazine. It is not a robust device. I cast is aside after 6 loading sessions. Attached pictures show my solution for quick and easy magazine reloading.
While I didn't buy this for the full-auto function, I'll admit the fun appeal was something I looked forward to. It delivered. It pumps out a whole magazine in less than a second. It's rate of fire is double that of the US Army M-4. The quickest trigger pull I can manage send 6 BB's down range that produce 1/2” holes on the target.
The magazine appears very well built. It is heavier than a fully loaded 30 round 5.56 magazine. Crosman didn't cheap out here it's nearly all made of metal, cast aluminum and stamped metal. The cover that is removed to install the CO2 cartridges is made of plastic and seems up to the abuse it will receive, and is held in place by a metal spring catch. Additional magazines are $50/each.
I should have bought more mags. It’s fairly accurate but it’s hard to miss anything when this thing sprays out the entire magazine in less than 2 seconds! I read some reviews on how the plastic sights are junk...and they truly are. I replaced them with a cheap red dot. This thing is almost as customizable as an AR which is awesome. Maybe I got lucky but the re-loader works great as long as I only fill it up about 3/4 full. More than that it jams up a little bit. This BB gun is heavy. With the magazine in, it weighs as much as my AR. My 9 year old loves shooting it. We've put 500+ BB’s through it with no issues. Would highly recommend this product!
Quick update: I have found that in cold weather (approx 40-50F) this thing performs poorly. Which is pretty standard with CO2 guns. Shot consistency goes out the window and in full auto it has a tendency to run without locking the slide back. I'm going to guess that this is from the bolt not being sent far enough back because of the lack of pressure. Heating up the CO2 cartridges restores the fun.
Do not get gun broke 3 weeks after I bought it looks great from the outside but the internals are really cheap running at Full Auto destroys your gun if you still want to buy after reading this good luck
This gun is great, I’ve only shot it from 10ft in my room which is not recommended but it’s accuracy was dead on with a quick 2 single fire shots the BBs went through the same hole in my target. Only complaint is the speed loaded I wouldn’t use it what I do is use a pen to hold the spring down I load it in like 20 seconds that way. Highly recommend this gun!
Excellent Quality, works exactly as advertised hard to believe without actually trying it. I set it up at 30 feet and found it shooting one inch groups. I sighted it in with a red dot sight in a few minutes then went to full auto. Group at 30 feet was remarkable. If I read this I wouldn’t believe it which is why I included a photo.
[[VIDEOID:e03059cd12df5fb3c8632ad6e5eec793]] All ready to pack up for Christmas for my son. Sighted in the MBUS and Eotech 512. I know.... I already had one that he didn’t know about. I lost track, but I’ve fired quite a bit and I’m only on my first two c02s. I like that. The only downside is the absolutely ridiculous buttstock that virtually nothing can be done about. The design team bombed on that one. Speed loader is a true lifesaver.
It just arrived about hour ago.... very very well built I’m amazed. Shot my first mag full auto let’s just say I can’t stop smiling
The only thing this rifle can't do is spit out used Shells.
[[VIDEOID:1053ac3f474f29125251d19ef517c6c1]] Remember when you were a kid and played with BB guns? Remember how much fun that was? Well this is that great feeling X 1,000! It’s balanced and doesn’t have a plastic feel to it at all. Stock up on co2 and bb’s because this is hours of fun.
Way to much fun! Stop thinking about it and buy this thing. I enjoy it more than my real m4s!!!. I have put 1500 rds threw mine and not one single malfunction. This thing is wourth every penny. Get extra mags!!! I have 4 so for and it helps alot the cyclic rate of fire is ridiculously fast. And it's accurate as hell I was shooting roaches of my baucony last night. I put a tac-light with pressure switch and a black spider optic red dot on it. Then I painted it will include a picture of it. I love this gun!!
Have had this a week now and put seven mags of ammo through it. Can say it's a lot of fun, but it does require responsible shooting, because it's not a child's toy. I've had no issues using the Loader to reload the included magazine and a separately purchased spare mag . The Loader is a bit delicate, so I gave it a shot of Rem Oil as one reviewer mentioned prior to using. The Crosman Copperhead BB's have performed flawlessly and are pretty accurate so far. Due to aged eyes, I installed an inexpensive CVLIFE Red/Green Dot Scope for better accuracy over the open sights. Full Auto is a blast and empties REALLY fast!
Fun- factor should have more than 5 stars! So far functions flawlessly and seems very well built. Has typical bb gun accuracy and powerful enough to destroy any pesky soda cans that manage to find their way into your line of fire!
This is one fun gun and plenty of add-on space. Mine has 3x9 scope and many add-ons see photos
I bought this package a week ago, i filled the co2 tank today for the first time and on my way home i just heard a loud hissing noise, it was the co2 tank, it wasn't hot inside the car and the tank was secured in a belt, i took it out of the car and put it on the ground because white gas was blurring my car windows.
I don't know if it got overfilled or if it was a factory malfunction, this isn't a negative review just a warning to everyone to be careful with any pressurized tanks.
The gun is great, no problem with that.
However, I'm reviewing the kit as a whole and I don't recommend it.
The hopper lid broke off the first day.
The mask looks good but is not very comfortable and it's terribly difficult to take the lens out to clean it. I've chosen to leave paint in the cracks between the lens and the mask because it's proving too hard of a time to get the lens out.
The tank is CO2 but the venue I use does not refill CO2.
The belt is awkward because it does not wrap around the waist. It messes with mobility (see photos) so I opted not to wear it. It has a space for the air tank but the kit doesn't come with the coil to connect the gun to the air tank, so what's the point.
If you really don't know what to get and you don't mind having to deal with shoddy accessories until you can replace them, then go ahead and get this. But you can do better.
Got a set of guns for my boys 12th birthday ( tactile and standard set)
Hours of fun, quality product!
Dad said was nice gun, durable, easy to use and handle.
We did a lot of research prior to making this investment - very satisfied????????????
This gun is good for beginners and for people that are really deep into paintball, I love this gun. There were 2 problems tho,1-the gas tank is not the same as shown in the picture, and 2- that little yellow bottle u see in the picture, it didn't come with it.
Great product, but the hopper was broken when i took it out the box,not good ! I would like a replacement if possible
The gun is durable and gets the job done.
great for a first gun or easy to maintain and reliable back up.
slap on a 14" barrel with a good paint match and ur set. (You do need am electronic hopper. Let ppl use this as a loaner with a virtue spire and I rarely breaks ball, one chopped once in 7000 balls.)
Had a leak in the reg, very easy quick fix.
I bought this with the crossman destroyer pellets. I got both without checking if the pellets worked with the gun cuz it was recommended by amazon as “frequently bought together.” I thought since everyone buys that it must be the best option...wrong. This B.B. gun takes the round spherical B.B.’s and the pellets don’t work. So if your gonna buy, keep this in mind
Other than that, it’s great so far. Have not shot it yet but looks scarily realistic and actually has some weight to it. The .177 barrel is recessed a little bit from the tip of the barrel so it’s hard for someone to see. So far I am very pleased with this glock 19. I only wish they had a CO2 blowback model because CO2 is much more convenient than green gas especially on the go if your at a friends house or using it in an organized airsoft like event.
This bb gun is badass. The gun feels almost like a real firearm and is designed to replicate a Glock 19. The slide is metal and does not move and the rest of the gun is made of quality, hard, durable plastic. I recommend this to everyone, well worth the money.
I am extremely satisfied with the solid build, weight and details of this glock 19 replica. However, I was taken back after realizing the metal is fixed on this gun. I had seen videos of other reviewers who had working slides and realized there were two versions of the glock 19 made by umarex, one which is blowback and has working slide, this one being the other. I was surprised because this was not mentioned in the item description and I assumed this one has working slide. It definitely takes points off for realism, but I guess the price reflects it. Overall, other than a nonworking slide the gun is very well made and true to what real glock feels like.
So the CYA holster do fit. The only downfall is it’s extremely tight! I’ve tried it on my belt and off. It is a little easier to draw when it’s on your belt. I bought this cheap light to see if it will fits and it does. The BB gun itself is great! No issues yet. I do recommend trying it out. I’d buy another one if needed ????????...
Ps. I did loosen the tension screws and it did help a little.
Gun handles well weight and feel of it pretty identical to the real thing I own three that are actually firearms the 23 the 21 in the 19 this was very similar...But it's not blowback... a good practice gun though.... what I didn't like was as you can see in the picture I had to fabricate the back piece where you put the CO2 in... Mine came off in the holster I couldn't find it so I had to jury-rig it and then I just bought a new one when the price went down they need you work on better design of the handlethe rear piece of it that clips in doesn't hold very well
Phenomenal product. Looks and feels very much like a real gun. Ordered on friday night and got it sunday morning. I was able to get about 8-9 magazines full 125-150 rounds out of it before having to replace the co2 cartridge. You will want to get a few extra magazines as you will surely go through them quick.
I really can't add anything to review that isn't already posted except, When I researched the pistol online it was shown packaged in a Cardboard Box with "Glock 19" on it similar to what a real firearm might be sold in and worthy of keeping for storage etc. Disappointingly mine came in a cheap looking plastic vacuum formed clamshell. This is a missed opportunity for Glock / Umarex to add perceived valued and the unpackaging experience.
Great gun! Looks and feels like a real glock! Very accurate! This is the 2nd one I bought, got it $20 cheaper here on Amazon! Great deal!
Great product. Realistic weight and design. Very accurate. Only issue is finger safety. Has a long and heavy trigger pull but that is expected because it is a double action pistol. Fits great in my aftermarket holster. Excellent for training and speed shooting purposes. I do wish it was blowback though.
The A-5 is a really great gun. Never had any issues with the gun mechanically. The air cyclone feeder works geat, never had a jam.
Can also upgrade the trigger to Response Trigger or EGrip. (Who needs to use 2 fingers when you can hold down the trigger with 1 ????)
Only bad thing about the gun is the barrel but after upgrading it, it'll shoot as good as the $500+ ones.
The photo has the Empire Apex 2 Barrel and A5 Car stock (Adjustable)
Fantastic gun. Shoots smoothly like a tippmann should. The cyclone feed works great and it has never failed me during a paintball fire fight! If you are going to go tippmann, spend a little extra and grab the A-5. The reason for that would be the enhancements that the gun has like the hose for the air, it's more secure and stronger and the weapon is better put together so you will avoid less maintenance issues later on. Just my opinion. The attached picture has an Apex 2 barrel attached to the gun, sold separately!
This is a very great gun! The gun it's self is really good but when you buy upgrades like I did it becomes extremely awesome!