No. Cybrid has a reputation for poor quality guns that do not last after many games.
No. Cybrid makes very low quality markers. You will get a better investment saving money and buying a more expensive marker.
Ok, considering the last person didn't give you a good answer, here's mine. The paintball "marker" is the proper term for the gun. It's called a marker because it "marks" what it shoots.
yes, its a fairly decent marker
No. It is below even the standard for starter marker.
There are several paintball guns that are cheap and meet basic functions, none of them are "good." tippmann 98, azodin kaos, spyder mr1, are some of these markers.
It will preform the same as the bt4 and the tippmann 98. It is a beginner marker, so compared to the entire market it is not "good" I is however an excellent starter marker.
No. It is an entry level, mechanical, semi automatic marker. You can get better reliability from a tippmann or azodin of similar price.
tippmann army projet salvo is a very nice marker and it is 150
sakworldpaintball. There are no flash builders like the opsgear a5 builder for bt products
It is a decent marker, from a neutral standpoint. The price is pretty low, and it is a pretty tough marker. The only problem is that JT doesnt really produce it often, and aftermarket upgrades are rare.
its a decent marker but a horrible value, for the money you can do much better in todays market
Ariakon (Armotech) manufactures well liked milsim paintball markers. Although I have no experience with that particular marker it is made by a good brand so most likely it is decent.
Its simply the 98 with a shroud and stock. For a beginner marker it is very durable marker. but compared to most $200 and $300 dollar guns it is not "good"
If you meant is it good well yes it's reliable also its a good begginer marker for someone new to the sport.
It depends on the grade of your paint, and how good your paintball marker is. Paintballs will almost never get ball on ball accuracy.
If you are worried about price and you havent even paid for a paintball gun yet then paintball may not be for you. Paintball is a very expensive "sport". Paintballs, C02, Gear, and much more is going to cost you money ....ANSWER---If you are going to buy a paintball marker get a tippman. You will get a gun that works really well and lasts for a long time. Buying a CHEAP gun is not going to do you any good in the paintball world.
A very reliable, good marker site is protopaintball.com they have low cost but amazing markers!
You want your gun to have as little frontal profile as possible, so you dont want a very wide or tall marker.
its a spyder and like all spyders is generally reasonably priced and great for beginners, it will not be good for tournaments but for someone just getting into the sport it is a pretty good buy
Striker with good accuracy for Shooting to the net
ansgear.com is a good paintball but for information is techpb.com
no, it is a low quality entry marker and a poor one at that. It has very basic mechanics made of fairly poor materials.
Good at what? You cant tell how good at paintball you are if you've never played.
To be a good striker you need to be confident, great control, finish touch, good reading of the game, positioning, acceleration and speed. If you can get to masrter all of these i think you could be a great striker.