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

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  1. Kyle Ellis Member

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    Nice nice thanks for the info, off subject what air tank would you use for them thinking a
    Empire 68cu 4500psi Carbon Air System?
     
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    Buy Secondhand off here if you can, as they cost a fair few £`s New, average price between £60 - £80, however, I could ask how big are you?
    if you are a small guy, you could get away with 45/50 (small bottle) it keeps things a bit tighter for you !! They are not anything cheaper, so think to what size you want, If you go onto Supplier > " Just Paintball " web site or call = 01325 365690 they have a whole load of EVERYTHING you may want, including second hand stuff, > Bloody Good !!
     
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    6ft 2 so definitely not small forgot the site name bz I think had brand new ones with a good date on, safe at £100 is that a good price?
     
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    Just to say, you dont need need a different barrel, much less a carbon one. Only upgrade a carbon barrel will give you is its a bit lighter than an aluminium one. It wont make your gun noticeably quieter, nor will it make it more accurate. Its not a necessary upgrade, but if you have spare money, and you see one that looks nice, then sure.

    Welcome to the forum by the way (y)
     
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    I heard bad things about the stock barrel, I can't say as I don't no I can only listen to other people, thanks for the welcome most probably see what the stock barrel is like and swap see if there is a improvement....
     
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    If the paint is breaking in the stock barrel, then its either really sh*t paint, or the wrong size for the barrel (i.e balls too big) which I doubt as the stock barrel is going to be a larger bore.

    Its a shiny tube. All barrels are shiny tubes. What is different from one shiny tube to the next if they are the same bore size?
     
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    The better option is a kit then sounds like with few different bore sizes..
     
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    A kit is more useful, but the stock barrel will be fine mate. Try it out before you go spend £100 on a barrel kit. The axe might be £130 or so. Buy the best paint you can afford.
     
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    I don't plan on buying a kit yet wanna get use to the maker 1st or it all be to much thanks for your input.. what fire mode do people use on walk on?
     
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    depends on the walk on rules for that site i imagine
     

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