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£300 budget, what could it buy

BDswarveP

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you could pick up some decent 2nd hand empire stuff for a sensible price.

axe £200 ish
halo £30ish
0.8 steely £30ish
pack £20
event/eflex £20-£50

axes are good markers for the money, quiet, efficient, uk techs, shoot as good as high end markers if you add a decent barrel. and most importantly very easy to maintain poppit marker, protos and dyes are spoolies and require a bit more maintenance if you dont know what your doing, but on the plus side there are millions of tutorials for every marker on youtube.
 
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Cauliflower Ears

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you could pick up some decent 2nd hand empire stuff for a sensible price.

axe £200 ish
halo £30ish
0.8 steely £30ish
pack £20
event/eflex £20-£50

axes are good markers for the money, quiet, efficient, uk techs, shoot as good as high end markers if you add a decent barrel. and most importantly very easy to maintain poppit marker, protos and dyes are spoolies and require a bit more maintenance if you dont know what your doing, but on the plus side there are millions of tutorials for every marker on youtube.
Ok thanks, nearly ready to purchase and finally commit. I sell and fit orings and do greasing jobs for a living, so won't have any problems there, what other things go wrong with the axe?
 

Mr.Vanguard

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I dont know if its too late now but i shot an Smart Parts Ion yesterday i was really really impresssed very quiet, pretty smooth and very cheap but you will want some upgrades on it like an clamping feed neck and perhaps the ASA as i had trouble getting my 45/4500 tank onto it the gauge would just not get past the grip but that can be fixed by either getting a larger regulator on your tank or getting a different asa overall great marker