Your kid is that age when he wants to fire his way to glory. Inspired by all those action move flicks, your child wants a gun that looks and feels like something more than a toy, yet is equipped with the best of security features to ensure 100% protection and safety.
What you need is a paintball marker gun for your trigger-happy kid to play with, complete with the paraphernalia that makes it look like a real one. Here are some great options for you to choose from.
This 3Skull Mega Set of a marker gun is a complete kit, packed with everything that goes into making an excellent paintball gun. This sleek looking thing, with its shining aluminum body, has the lightweight and self-lubricating Delrin bolt for smooth operation. From a 20 oz aluminum CO2 tank with pin valve, to high-profile goggles and a loader, this paintball gun is a virtual treat.
A 6+1 harness fitted with tubes, along with gun oil ensures excellent ease of functioning. Basic maintenance of the marker is quite a child’s play, as the tool-free striker plug does not need tools for cleaning up the gun. Amazingly beautiful with its matte finish, it’s a marker that’s designed for the best kill.
- Mask with visor and anti-fog lens makes it totally safe
- Two-finger trigger with non-slip grip panel means complete protection
- Has an external velocity adjuster to control the speed
- Prone to air leakage
- Mask quality is poor and too tight
- Bolt sometimes fails to function
It fires well and that’s what really matters, doesn’t it? Barring a few quality issues here and there, the new-look Spyder Victor is extremely light, with a lovely finish that both you and your kid is simply going to love.
Despite its high-impact polymer, this gun offers complete protection, which means virtually no risk of any untoward accident while playing. It’s not going to last long but is perfect for a couple of months, which is probably how long your kid’s craze for gunning is likely to remain, or how long it’ll take him to outgrow this one.
This one comes with efficiency ingrained. Redesigned evidently with speed in mind, it’s quite the perfect paintball gun for a life-like blitz, minus of course the dangers of one. Its new high performance valve is designed for greater air efficiency and improved overall performance.
The regulator is rock steady, which is what you’d naturally want in any game. It’s quite customizable, with its Zen II Circuit Board, which is programmed with firing modes for all the major circuits, including an all-new `full-auto’ mode. The firing capability of this improved Azodin marker is smooth and flawless, thanks to the new ball-bearing sling trigger it’s equipped with.
- Great speed – up to 20 balls per second
- Easy removal of air system with new on/off ASA
- Default safety-on feature with tournament lock capabilities
- Break beam eyes to prevent ball breaks
- Bolt can flow out if care is not taken
- Prone to internal air leakage
- Sprays multiple bullets at the same time
- Poor feedback
This easy to use and lubricate gun has been described as awesome. It’s time you checked the veracity of the claim. Absolutely simple to operate and maintain, it’s been found to be dependable while being versatile in the extreme. You’re going to like the variety of modes and colors of the Azodin Blitz, which you can enhance with an electronic hopper that you can buy separately.
A fine piece that is actually much more than a gun, the JT Outkast is a complete kit that is easy to assemble. The 50-paintball package is suitable for players of all skill levels and is a sheer pleasure to operate. Lightweight and made of polymer, it’s a semi-automatic .68 caliber gun, equipped with a Guardian paintball goggle, a high-quality paintball loader and a barrel plug. The 90 gram CO2 tank comes with an adaptor that makes charging it a child’s play, virtually.
- Excellent mask for protection against fog
- Durable and solid
- Marker lacks consistency
- Cartridge loses power after 60 paintballs
- Hopper is poor quality
It’s quite a powerful gun that you can actually improve by upgrading to a bigger CO2 tank. Accuracy is assured with every shot with this gun that seems built for beginners. It’s lightweight, yet sturdy and a good buy for the price. Overall, it’s been pitched as a good starter kit by most users.
The Spyder Victor is a great choice if you want the entire kit at a decent price. With its new and improved design, it’s quite the thing for smooth operation and maintenance. The amazing part of it is that you can actually control the firing speed of this gun.
Speed and efficiency are great with the Azodin Blitz, packed with a range of electronic features that ensure great performance and a wide range of attractive colors and modes. The smooth operation of this gun is not something you’re going to forget any time soon.
If you’re looking for a complete package, the JT Outkast is another good choice. It’s solid and reliable, and ideal for players of all skill levels, though the tank’s capacity is somewhat lacking if you’re looking for something that won’t die out on you in the middle of a game.