Azodin Blitz Evo Review: Great Beginner Gun

The Azodin Blitz Evo sells for just under $200 and offers fantastic performance for its price level. While it isn’t flawless, it is quite serviceable thanks to Azodin’s willingness to please its customers. Most of the marker’s new features and functions are the result of carefully listening and responding to customer feedback. While the Blitz… Continue reading Azodin Blitz Evo Review: Great Beginner Gun

Review: Planet Eclipse Etha

The Planet Eclipse Etha runs about $349 at most retailers. It is somewhat similar to the Geo marker but its design and functionality are unique. If you’ve seen or used Planet Eclipse’s E-tek marker, you’ll find that the Etha is fairly similar. Let’s take a look at what the Etha is all about. View Full… Continue reading Review: Planet Eclipse Etha

Review: D3FY D3S

If you are looking for a new paintball gun, the D3fy D3s is worth your consideration. It sells for around $249 at most retailers and most who’ve fired the marker agree that this is a decent deal. The marker shoots nicely but it has some flaws. Let’s take a look at all the D3fy D3s… Continue reading Review: D3FY D3S

Valken Proton Review

The Valken Proton paintball gun is built in the image of the uber popular Mokal Aura. While many consider the Valken Proton to be an entry level marker, it is extremely accurate, sturdily built and easy to hold. It sells for around $325 (see lowest price), a fairly low cost for a high quality paintball… Continue reading Valken Proton Review

Azodin Kaos Paintball Gun Review

The Azodin Kaos paintball gun is built with the latest technology on the market. The product comes equipped with a few of the features that are typically reserved for top of the line paintball markers. It’s a semi-automatic marker used by an array of players. Usually, its target demographic is entry level paintballers. It retails for… Continue reading Azodin Kaos Paintball Gun Review

Tippmann A5 Review

The Tippmann A5 is a rapid fire marker that makes use of a patented Cyclone Feed System. This system connects the air system to the feeder sprocket, empowering the A5 to rattle off shots faster than most markers. It’s perfect for both casual beginners and intermediate players who are looking for a leg up on… Continue reading Tippmann A5 Review

Empire Invert Mini Review

While the Empire Invert Mini is quite small, it overcomes its diminutive size with excellent shooting performance. This munchkin of a marker weighs slightly under two pounds when fully assembled. Despite this, it shoots with the authority and accuracy of a regular sized marker. It has a middle of the road price (around $300). Moreover,… Continue reading Empire Invert Mini Review