Best Intermediate Paintball Guns

by admin on January 2, 2012

Best Intermediate Paintball Guns Reviewed

Best Affordable Paintball Guns

Best Expensive Paintball Guns

Invert Mini

 The invert mini the perfect example of an intermediate paintball gun. It costs around 350 bucks, and performs quite well.

Some critics would suggest that it is not much of an upgrade to the tippmann a5, which costs a little bit less.

I am not a critic of this marker. I really do think it is worth every penny. But, it is not as customizable as the tippmann markers. It is a very awesome gun though.

For a more detailed look check out the review

Invert Mini Review

Invert Mini Review

Bob Long Protege

The Bob Long Protege is well worth the price of admission. Some paintball players even prefer this paintball marker to many of the expensive paintball markers out there. Like the Planet Eclipse Ego's or an Angel marker. I personally would not go that far, but for a mid level paintball gun. The Bob Long Protege blows most of the competition out of the water.

Bob Long Protege Review

Bob Long Protege Review

Smart Parts Pro SLG

The Proto is fairly cheap for an intermediate paintball marker. Pretty awesome if you're looking to save money.

The quality of Smart Parts guns are heavily debated amongst paintball players. Some paintballers love them, others absolutely hate them.

The design of them is so unique, so it's very easy to have a strong opinion either way.

You should check out this marker for yourself. It may be the gun of your dreams. That is, until you discover Planet Eclipse markers.

Smart Parts Proto SLG Review

Smart Parts Proto SLG Review


Best For Woodsball

Tippmann X7 Phenom

The Tippmann X7 Phenom is really ahead of its class for woodsball play.

Do you want… a woodsball marker that's durable?

Do you want… a gun with exceptional accuracy?

… a gun with a good fire rate

AND more customizable options than any other paintball marker out there?

If you answered yes to all questions, then you will be interested in checking out the Tippmann X7 Phenom

 

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