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The Best Ultimate Paintball Markers Under $100

spyderWhether you have recently discovered the sport of paintball or have just finally made the decision to purchase your own equipment instead of renting; choosing paintball markers can seem fairly confusing. Not everyone can afford expensive weaponry or they just prefer not to invest that much money into a side hobby. Elite models can cost  hundreds of dollars or more. There are a number of decent, inexpensive guns on the market that give users a chance to gain skill, develop a style of play and offer versatility, while not emptying out your wallet.

Spyder Xtra Paintball Marker Gun-Black

These lightweight paintball markers feature quality construction while offering respectable performance. Designed for ease of use, the upgraded Xtra version comes equipped with clamping collar feedback. The tool-free striker plug also makes maintenance easier. Recreational users approve of this gun for fun outdoor environments. The many features of the Spyder Xtra include:

* Hard matte finish
* Aluminum construction
* Standard thread foregrip expansion chamber and a vertical adapter
* Pull pin cocking Delrin bolt
* No-slip rubberized grip panel
* Velocity adjustment
* Steel hose line
* Uses CO2 or compressed air
* One-year warranty

 

Azodin Kaos Semi-Auto Paintball Marker Gun – Black or Red

Though priced at well under $100, the Kaos offers impressive features commonly found on paintball markers costing hundreds more, which makes the gun perfect for beginners or experienced veterans alike. The Azodin quickly transitions from single shot to semi-automatic mode. The gun provides optimal performance whether competing in speedball or tournaments. Lightweight, easy to use and decently constructed, the Kaos features:

* A low-rise twist-lock feed neck
* Non-slip rubber grips
* A self-lubricating Delrin bolt
* Double ball detents
* A one-piece 12-inch barrel

 

Tippmann Gryphon Paintball Marker Gun – Black or Red

Though smaller in size, having a mere 10-inch barrel, and extremely light in weight, this is one of the inexpensive paintball markers that delivers ultimate power. The blade trigger provides smooth pulling action. A well-designed internal gas line offers a sleeker, cleaner overall appearance. The Tippmann does not disappoint and proves versatile whether engaged in Capture the Flag or Woodsball. Appropriate for indoors or out, the Gryphon performs well and features:

* An ergonomic front grip
* An inline bolt system
* Center feed design
* Durable composite body construction
* A ported barrel that enhances accuracy while muffling sound

 

Rap4 Tornado Paintball Electric Marker Black + Tacamo Arc Hopper

The Rap4 was designed for versatility as modifying from one conversion to the next takes under a minute’s time. All of the attachments are designed as plug-and-play, making the gun easy to use, upgrade or operate. Pulling maintenance is also a snap. Fieldstrip, clean, oil and reassemble just as quickly. The Rap4′s velocity adjusts from 250fps to 350fps and provides a maximum shooting range of 300 feet. The optional electronic trigger system enables the user to shoot in semi, burst or full-auto modes. With the number of accessories and attachments that are available, the Tornado is one of the most economical paintball markers around. The gun’s many standard features include:

* Uses CO2 or N2
* A vertical feed with a closed receiver and CNC processing
* Durable, corrosion-resistant aluminum body
* External and internal Teflon finish