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Kungpoopanda 03-06-2013 07:28 PM

Best scienero marker?
 
I am looking for a good scienero marker that I can use while I am playing big games and stuff like that. Anyone have any suggestions for around $200? I can come up more if need be.

NoX13 03-06-2013 07:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Kungpoopanda (Post 2646268)
I am looking for a good scienero marker that I can use while I am playing big games and stuff like that. Anyone have any suggestions for around $200? I can come up more if need be.

Depends if you want to go mechanical or eletro..

for under 200 you can go either way as far as a reliable marker..


Tippmans can be picked up used and cheap in almost any bst ..

98s and A5s.. sometimes you get a few upgrades or add ons..

electro Id suggest a smart parts sp1 for 120 new (and shipped from ansgear.com) and you can find them used as well for bit less then 100..sometimes with upgrades..

both work well and in the rain.. (most elctros you have to worry about getting wet or using in the rain)

its always a matter of prefference and amount of money youre willing to spend..

Id say pick up one of the above two cheap and use any good amount of money on the most important thing in any style of play.. eye protection/Goggles/mask ect..

Kungpoopanda 03-06-2013 07:51 PM

[QUOTE=NoX13;2646281]Depends if you want to go mechanical or eletro..

for under 200 you can go either way as far as a reliable marker..


Tippmans can be picked up used and cheap in almost any bst ..

98s and A5s.. sometimes you get a few upgrades or add ons..

electro Id suggest a smart parts sp1 for 120 new (and shipped from ansgear.com) and you can find them used as well for bit less then 100..sometimes with upgrades..

both work well and in the rain.. (most elctros you have to worry about getting wet or using in the rain)

its always a matter of prefference and amount of money youre willing to spend..

Id say pick up one of the above two cheap and use any good amount of money on the most important thing in any style of play.. eye protection/Goggles/mask ect..[/QUOTE

Yeah I am thinking about picking up some Tippmann and putting some cool upgrades on it. I don't need to spend the money on anything other then this as I am not new to the sport and I have some nice guns as it is. I think I may even have a 98 laying around that I could upgrade.

Riddler 03-06-2013 08:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Kungpoopanda (Post 2646268)
I am looking for a good scienero marker that I can use while I am playing big games and stuff like that. Anyone have any suggestions for around $200? I can come up more if need be.

The one you like the most?

Kungpoopanda 03-06-2013 08:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Riddler (Post 2646323)
The one you like the most?

I like the Tiberius arms markers the best.

Grendal50 03-06-2013 08:47 PM

I like to go mechanical in a scenario, that way I don't have to worry about batteries.

minimag03 03-06-2013 09:09 PM

A used Mini can be had for that price. They are light (easy to lug around during a big game), fast, reliable, decent efficiency, and carries a full lifetime warranty from Kee. That means you can buy a cheap broken gun and send it to Kee to be fixed for free or they will send you the parts to fix it yourself.

If you want a simple mechanical gun, go with a classic/68 Automag. Autocockers are very nice in your price range but require some experience to really take full advantage of abilities.

NoX13 03-06-2013 09:21 PM

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Originally Posted by minimag03 (Post 2646392)
A used Mini

But hes asking scenario markers..

minimag03 03-06-2013 09:36 PM

Oh sorry, I didn't know you couldn't use a Mini in a scenario.

I got the impression that he was asking which marker has qualities that would make it a good gun to use in a scenario/big game.

Spider! 03-06-2013 09:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Kungpoopanda (Post 2646324)
I like the Tiberius arms markers the best.

:) I think Riddler was saying you can play a scenario with anything, so it just depends on what kind of scenarios you like and what you want to shoot all day.

I've always found most "tactical" setups a bit complicated or bulky, but I know lots of guys that use them well.


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