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Best Beginner Paintball Guns

By Edited May 15, 2016 0 1

I will be letting you know the best beginner paintball guns to buy if your a beginner, from experience and research. There are many guns out there and I'm sure if your just starting out your not looking to spend $600. You also don't wanna buy the cheapest gun that won't shoot straight and will break the first time you use it. I'll show you the few cheap guns out there that will be the best for beginners, performance wise and price wise.

To start off the cheapest gun you will find that will be a decent start for you is the WPG Worr Machine RG Mechanical Paintball Marker. Very appealing to the eye, cheap, and will get you started on the right path. If paintball isn't for you, you only blew $50.00. The specifications are located below!

Worr Machine RG

$45.00

Specifications:

- Mechanical operation requires no batteries
- Inline regulator for consistent operating pressure
- Tool free field stripping
- Top cocking bolt
- Aluminum body
- Composite 90 degree gripframe
- Rubber grips
- Autococker barrel threads
- Anti double feed ball detent
- Threaded aluminum vertical feed
- Stainless steel braided airline
Note... the Worr Machine RG Paintball Marker uses Autococker barrel threads


Next up I'm gonna categorize a few guns here, they are all manufactured by Kingman. Kingman has great paintball markers for both beginners and pros. Here are a few of the better starter guns.

Kingman Spyder Victor Black (Classic Series-Semi Auto) $70.00


Spyder

Performance Features

- All Aluminum Extruded Body
- Ergonomically Designed High Impact Polymer Trigger Frame
- Reduced Overall Profile (15% Lighter and 10% Shorter)
- Pull Pin Top Cocking Delrin Bolt
- Anodized Matte Finish
- Standard CA Thread Vertical Adapter
- Tool-Free Striker Plug Design
- 10" Micro Ported Barrel
- No-Slip Rubber Grip Panel
- Two Finger Trigger
- External Velocity Adjuster
- Steel Braided Hose Line
- Inline Bottom-line ASA
- Operates on CO2 or Compressed Air



Kingman Spyder Sonix $90.00
Spyder Sonix

FEATURES


- All New Clamping Collar Feedneck
- Ergonomically Designed High Impact Polymer Trigger Frame
- Reduced Overall Profile (15% Lighter and 10% Shorter)
- Standard CA Thread Vertical Adapter with Aluminum Foregrip
- Anodized Matte Finish
- Pull Pin Top Cocking Delrin Bolt
- Tool-Free Striker Plug Design
- 10" Micro Ported Barrel
- No-Slip Rubber Grip Panel
- Two Finger Trigger
- External Velocity Adjuster
- Steel Braided Hose Line
- Inline Bottom-line ASA
- Operates on CO2 or Compressed Air


Kingman Spyder Xtra $110.00

Spyder Xtra
(AVAILABLE IN BLACK)


Features:
- Reduced overall profile - 15% lighter and 10% shorter
- 10 inch micro ported aluminum barrel
- Vertical metal clamping feedneck
- Dusted matte finish anodizing
- Pull pin top cocking knob
- Delrin bolt construction
- Quick disconnect pin
- One piece velocity adjuster / spring guide
- Ergonomically designed composite trigger frame
- Two finger trigger
- No-slip rubber grip panels
- Standard CA thread vertical adapter
- Low pressure chamber
- No-Slip rubber wrapped expansion chamber
- Mini drop forward
- Inline bottom-line ASA
- Stainless steel braided hose
- Compatible with CO2 or Compressed air


Spyder MR 1 $120.00

Spyder MR 1
(Also available in black)


Standard Features
- Military Style Semi-Auto Paintball Marker
- All Aluminum Constructed Body
- Ergonomically Designed Aluminum Trigger Frame
- Aluminum Magazine Style Fore-Grip
- Standard Picatinny Rail (for Mounting Scopes or Sights)
- Removable Composite Shoulder Stock
- Durable Matte Anodized Finish
- No-Slip Rubber Grip Panels
- Quick Strip Delrin Bolt
- 12" Muzzle Break Barrel
- Off-Set Feed Neck
- Two Finger Trigger
- Angled Bottomline with Drop Forward
- Operates on CO2 or Compressed Air

That's it for the entry level cheaper Kingman markers that I recommend.


Next I'll show you a few Tippmann markers that are a little more expensive than the ones above but are great entry level guns.

Tippmann Alpha Black Tactical Edition - Semi $130.00

Tippmann Alpha Black

Alpha Black Tactical Marker includes an M16 style six position collapsible stock and an M16 style shroud with built-in site. The marker features a realistic military appearance and comes with a high-performance 11" barrel, an integrated carry handle and a removable magazine that doubles as a tool kit. Hopper sold separately.

Features:


Alpha Black markers offer durability, reliability and realism at an affordable price and incorporate several popular features and upgrades:

-High-performance 11" barrel
-Integrated carry handle
-Removable magazine that doubles as a tool kit
-Easy-to-maintain in-line bolt system
-All aluminum die cast receiver
-Stainless steel gas line
-Quick release elbow for easy maintenance


Tippmann 98 Custom Ultra Basic Marker $100.00

98 Custom

Specification:

Caliber: 0.68
Action: Semi-automatic
Power: CO2, compressed air, nitrogen
Hopper Capacity: 200
CO2 Capacity: NA
Feed rate: 8 BPS
Firing rate: 8 BPS
Trigger: Standard
Barrel length: 8.5 inches
Length: 19.6 inches
Weight: 2.9 lbs (without tank)
Effective Range: 150+ ft

Includes:

  • Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum Series Ultra Basic (NON ACT)
  • Barrel blocking device
  • Spares pack (tools and orings)
  • Manual
  • Quick-release feeder elbow
  • Removable front grip


There are still dozens of paintball guns that are great beginner guns but are hit or miss performance wise, don't let your self get sucked into a nice paint job, and a low price tag. Do a quick Google search of the gun your looking to buy and check out some customer reviews.

























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Comments

Nov 20, 2010 6:39pm
-Nate-
Very informative article, mad props :)
I would skip out on all the kingman and tippmann markers in general, and buy an Azodin if your just starting.
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