Planet Eclipse Manic Paintball G.I Milsim Tipmann BZ Paintball DYE Paintball

£300 budget, what could it buy

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  1. Cauliflower Ears New Member

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    Thanks for the tip. Going to look at some markers this week so will give it a look
     
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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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    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?
     
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    Hi did you get trousers sorted??
     
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    Sorry too big, I come in at a medium/large
     
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    Ok no problem...they do have velcro and belt loops so are really adjustable and they are like brand new?
     
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    I like the idea but don't want to end up like mc hammer!
     
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    What size of waist are you?
     
  9. phil-boy UK Redskins

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    When you are ready I can probably do a package for gun, loader, pants & jersey (subject to size) and maybe some goggles as well.

    Hit me up when your ready.
     
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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
     

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