View Full Version : Need Deal: Paintball Gun
09-07-2000, 01:33 PM
Anyone know of any REALLY good deals on high end paintball guns or have used one that they are willing to sell?
09-07-2000, 07:19 PM
i think there are pretty cheap ones on ebay. at least the last time i checked it was cheap.
09-08-2000, 12:52 AM
Ive had pretty good success both buying and selling on e-bay. It really helps a lot if you know exactly what you want and really know what things are worth. oh and patience. Dont just jump on the first deal that has what you want. shop around, insist on pictures, look for the burried treasure. lots of crappy paintguns got for more than they are worth because they look fancy, and other really nice setups go for too little because people just dont know whats in them, what they are worth and dont ask questions of the seller.
I like to look for auctions that end at times when people wont be paying as much attention when they close, late at night and early in the mornings. and I search outside the regular categories. sometimes people post items in the wrong places and they dont get as much traffic, and therefor go for less. and check alternate and sometimes incorrect spellings. Ive found good deals that way too.
ps, dont belive all the hype. my backup marker is a spyder and it performs as well as many automags and doesnt have problems and require twidling like my mini-cocker. truth of the matter is, if you like whatever marker, no matter what anyone tells you, youll think it works just fine.
09-09-2000, 09:01 PM
888paintball.com gives you some of the best deals
Depends on what you are looking for Most of the higher end guns (shocker, angle, etc) donít very much on their price. Some are more, because they are signature series or come with other things. Best thing to do is pick up a copy of Action Pursuit Games and look through it. I would like to suggest something. If something goes wrong with you gun (trust me I have been playing for about 4 years it will). A lot of times your local stores will have a lifetime warranty, but if you buy it somewhere else I am sure they would love to charge you about $20-$40 an hour plus.
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