5 Best MagFed Paintball Guns (2024) – Guide & Reviews

There are numerous ways to play paintball. And so are the guns, specifically designed to play certain types of games.

If you are an old school player, just like me, who prefers quality over quantity and wants to play a strategic game, you might be looking for the best magfed paintball marker, as they also look like a realistic gun.

Or you might be looking for a gun to practice your aim. Mag fed paintball guns are the best solution if you want to polish your targeting skills. A limited number of rounds in your gun makes you extra cautious while you are taking aim. Every shot counts, and so does your effort to take aim.

There are many magfed markers available in the market but not each of them can be good for you.

But that definitely does not mean that others are “bad”, they are just offering different specifications than what you require.

Below we have given a buying guide so you know what to see before you choose a gun for you and make a purchase.

Comparison of 5 Top Rated MagFed Paintball Guns

If you are in a hurry then below we have compared our top picks of Mag-fed paintball guns that players also rated very high. These are also reviewed in the latter section below.

Select any two Paintball Guns from the dropdown list below in the table to compare.

Best Magfed Paintball GunsVS
1. Tippmann TipX Paintball Gun2. Tippmann TMC Paintball Gun3. Valken M 17 Paintball Gun4. Planet Eclipse EMEK EMF 100 Paintball Gun5. Tippmann Stormer Elite Paintball Gun
ColorBlackBlack, TanBlackBlackBlack
MaterialAluminum and PlasticAluminum and PlasticMetal and PlasticMetal and PlasticPlastic
Magazines Included22112
Rounds in Magazine718 to 2018 to 201018 to 20
Compatible GasCO2CO2HPAHPACO2
First Strike CompatibilityNot Compatible But Can be UpgradedNot Compatible But Can be UpgradedYesYesNo
Hopper CompatibilityNoYesNoYesYes
Best ForCustomizationSwitching Between Hopper and MagHome DefenseAccuracyLow Budget
Not ForHopper FedHPACO2 TanksLow BudgetFirst Strikes
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Buying Guide to Choose a Good Magfed Paintball Gun

There are a few things that you need to check in every gun you buy. No matter if it is a hopper fed or magfed, quality can never be compromised. For example, there is no use of a gun that does not fire accurately.

The other specifications are unique to magfed guns. We will talk about all those things you need to check in your gun before you decide to buy it.

Paintball Gun With Magazine


The first thing you need to check in a gun is how long it will stay with you. There is no use spending your hard earned money on a gun that is not worth it. Good paintball markers can continue to work flawlessly for years, only if you know how to maintain them.


There is no point in having a gun in your hand that does not fire accurately. It will only cause you to lose your paintballs and, eventually, your game. You should buy one with better accuracy than one with a lower price.


There are two main types of paintball markers.

  • A standard paintball gun that shoots with .68 caliber.
  • A low impact paintball gun that shoots with a .50 caliber.

You need to decide which type of game you intend to play before you go to buy one.

If you want to know more about low impact paintball you can read our article here.

Gas Type

Paintball markers need the energy to shoot paintballs. This energy is provided by gas and paintball guns work with two types of guns. 

  • CO2
  • HPA

Some guns work either with CO2 or with HPA and that limits you to one resource of energy. 

Fortunately, there are guns available that are compatible with both types of gas and they are certainly the best. If you can find this option in your preferred style gun, you must go with it.


Paintball markers require maintenance regularly. Some need it more than others. Choose the one that is easy to open and clean up for an easy life.

Number of Balls That Fit in the Magazine

The number of balls that you can fit in the magazine of your gun is going to affect your game to a great extent. No one wants to run out of balls after every couple of minutes and waste their time changing it. 

A magazine can hold anywhere from 5 to 20 balls at a time. Buy the one you find suitable for you.

Compatibility with a Hopper

In case you are looking for a magfed gun today, you might want to change it into a hopper fed gun one day. Many guns allow you to switch between a hopper and a magazine and choosing a gun with this option is the wisest thing you can do.

Related: Gravity Fed Vs. Electronic Paintball Hoppers


Of course, you cannot buy more than what you can afford. But you can get a mag fed gun anywhere in the range of $175 to $600. Yes, you got that right, magfed guns are not coming cheap.

5 Best Magfed Paintball Markers (Reviews)

Here is our list of the best magfed paintball guns or markers, that you can buy today and start enjoying your time in the fields with your very own gun.

1. Tippmann TipX Magfed Paintball Pistol

Tippmann Tipx Magfed Paintball Pistol Review

The first product on our list is by Tippmann and Tippmann is a brand that does not need an introduction in the world of paintball. All we can say is “if it is by Timmpann, you can trust it!”.

MaterialMetal and Plastic
Number of Magazines Included2
Number of Rounds7
Gas TypeCO2
Semi/ Full AutoSemi Auto
Pistol/ RiflePistol

What’s in the Box?

This paintball marker comes in a pretty sturdy plastic box that you can use to keep your gun safe and use it for transportation as well. The inside of the box is foamed from each side, and you will get your gun lying safely in a padded case.

Inside the box, you will get your pistol, a magazine, and one extra. There are a few Allen keys, some O rings, a barrel blocking device, a little case of lubricant, and a very elaborate manual. 

Pro Tip: Make sure to give that manual a quick read before you start using your gun because that will certainly make a difference in how you are going to get along with your gun.


As we are talking about magazine fed guns, let us talk about its magazine as our first priority.

The gun comes with a push button on its side that releases the magazine so you can fill it with balls. At the side of the magazine, you will find a spring push button that you need to bring down and then fill the magazine up with your rounds. It will take 7 rounds in total.

Once it is filled, you can insert it back into the gun where it will sit easily and smoothly.

One more good point here, this gun has three tiny windows on it where the magazine goes. That allows you to see the rounds inside so you know it is just about time to refill your magazine. This is an amazing feature so you can see how many rounds you are left with and look for a place to hide and change your magazine, or just refill it.

Gas Type

This marker originally comes with a 12 gram CO2 canister that can shoot 20 to 25 rounds at a time. The best thing about this is that you do not have to puncture the CO2 cartridge to get it running. You simply put the cartridge in, shoot the gun and it will puncture the CO2 cartridge.

Beware that the first time you pull the trigger after inserting a new CO2 cartridge, the gun is NOT going to shoot a paintball round. The first trigger pull is just puncturing the CO2, the ball will shoot out of the gun on the second trigger pull.

We find that the 12 gram CO2 cartridge is not even close to being enough if you are using this gun as your main gun. But, fortunately, you can add an extra source of air to the gun. You can attach an adapter to the back of this gun and run it on literally any kind of tank you have. It will work on CO2 and HPA as well.

Make sure that you have an empty 12 gram CO2 cartridge inside the gun if you are trying to switch to an external tank. The gun will not shoot until it has that cartridge in it.

Pro Tip: This gun can be widely customized. You can change it into almost anything you want.

Durability and Maintenance

This is one of the most durable products in the world of paintball. This gun can stay with you for years without getting any notable damage.

Coming to the maintenance,  it hardly needs any except for regular cleaning and a few changes of O rings here and there with some lubrication from time to time.

Velocity and Accuracy

This is a standard .68 caliber gun and the velocity can be adjusted according to your preferences and the field laws.

You can change the barrel to make it even better in accuracy but the barrel it comes with is not bad at all. We tested this gun with the stock barrel and it worked surprisingly well.

Pro Tip: This gun does not shoot first strikes as it comes, but you can upgrade it for that. You will have to change the barrel for the purpose and in addition to that, you need to install a gun head that you can easily find in the market. The gun head will change the shape of the breech so you can fit the elongated first strikers into it.


  • Super Durable
  • Easy Customization
  • Best Accuracy
  • Easy to Maintain
  • Works with CO2 as well as HPA


  • The 12 gram gas cartridge this gun comes with is the only con I can find. And that too is easily replaceable. 

Ratings and Reports of the Players

This is one of the best selling guns in the entire history of paintball. The players are happy with its performance, its accuracy, and the customization they can do with it. Apart from the paintball players, people are using it as a gun for self-defense too and they are pretty satisfied with how it works.

There are a few complaints about people getting it faulty right out of the box, but that can happen for literally anything you buy. Just hope you do not get yours in a faulty shape as ours just came out perfect.

This gun is rated 4.3 out of 5 by thousands of players who used it.

Our Verdict

We find this gun not only a good option among magfed guns, but this is also one of the best paintball guns overall.

The gun in its original form works extraordinarily well and yet there are scores of possibilities that you can do with this gun. It works great with a tank, an aftermarket barrel that can fit more rounds, a barrel, and so on. 

We give this pistol a 9.5 out of 10 on our scale. 

In case you want to buy it with an extra mag, which means three magazines in total, and a hostler, you can also consider buying this kit that includes these things. 

Tippmann TipX Deluxe Paintball Pistol Kit

2. Tippmann TMC Magfed Sniper Paintball Gun

Tippmann Tmc Magfed Sniper Paintball Gun

Here is another magfed gun by Timmpann because we could not resist adding one more by the same brand. It has got the same durability and quality that is unique to Tippmann guns but with some different features than TipX.

So let us get into the details.

ColorBlack, Tan
Hopper CompatibilityYes
Number of Magazines Included2
No.f Rounds that fit in the Magazine18 to 20
Gas TypeCO2
Semi/ Full AutomaticSemi Automatic

What’s in the Box?

Unlike TipX, this gun comes in a cardboard box because this stuff is coming at a price much lower than TipX. But you must not doubt the quality, it is just as durable as any other gun by Tippmann. 

Inside the box, we got a manual, two magazines, one dummy magazine (we will talk about that later), a packet with a few Allen keys and O rings, one barrel with its shroud, and a hopper neck.


One of the best things about this gun is its huge magazines. The magazine drops out of the gun with a push button. In order to fill it with paintballs you need to rotate a wheel at the side of the magazine. It pushes down the spring so you can fill the mag with balls.

 You can fit 18 to 20 balls in its magazine, depending on how hard you squeeze them. And you got two of them. That means a lot of balls before you run out of them and start finding a place to ambush and refill.

In addition to magazines, this gun is also compatible with a hopper. So in case you ever want to play a speedy game with a hopper, this gun is gonna come with you. And this is where the dummy mag, which we mentioned earlier, comes into play. You cannot run a hopper on this gun without inserting the dummy mag in or your gun is not shooting paintballs.


The first thing that we can say about the design of this gun is it is super comfortable. It has a rubberized grip with grooves where you can fit your fingers in. And, it is extremely lightweight. You can have this thing on your shoulder and can play all day without getting tired under its weight. 

At the back of the gun, you have a stock that is easily adjustable so you can have it according to your body length and comfort level. 

Gas Type

This marker is compatible with CO2. You can shoot around 1200 to 1500 paintballs with the help of a 12 ounces CO2 tank attached to it. 

Durability and Maintenance

As we said earlier, you cannot question the durability of this gun. It is a Timmpann gun, made with the best quality material and mechanism. 

And it is one of the easy going guns in regard to its maintenance. It comes with the basic tools you are going to need to open it up and give it a nice cleaning treatment. 

Velocity and Accuracy

It is a traditional paintball marker that shoots .68 caliber rounds. You can set it to a velocity of 155 to 275 fps. As far as the accuracy is concerned, this gun shoots pretty accurately to 40 feet with the stock barrel. But certainly, you can improve the accuracy by upgrading the barrel.


  • 18 Balls Magazines
  • Compatible With Hopper
  • Super Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Good Accuracy


  • Quite Huge in Size

Ratings and Reports of Players

This paintball marker is relatively new in the market and yet it has won the hearts of hundreds of players. Players are happy with the comfort it offers while holding it. They like the accuracy and the big magazines that can fit up to 18 rounds at a time.

Some people did face some problems with gas leakage, but these complaints are few and far between.

Overall, it has got 4.7 out 5 star ratings from its Users.

Our Verdict

This marker has some amazing features to offer and works perfectly. Especially for new or young players, this is one of the best paintball markers out there as it is lightweight and easy to use. 

If you are a young player who is just starting as a paintballer, we cannot recommend this gun more. It is just the right thing for you as it comes at a budget friendly price. And yet if you want to upgrade it any time later, the possibilities are countless.

We give it an 8.5 out of 10 on our scale.

In case you are looking for a complete package with this gun, you can also get the complete kit for a few extra dollars.

Here is the link to the complete kit.

3. Valken M17 Mag Fed Paintball Gun

Valken M17 Mag Fed Paintball Gun Review

Valken M 17 is also one of the most popular paintball guns. It is not only used for playing paintball, but for self defense too. And it has got just the right features to be on our list of best magfed paintball markers.

MaterialMetal and Plastic
Magazines Included in the Box1
Number of Rounds that fit in the Magazine18 to 20
Hopper CompatibilityNo
Gas TypeHPA
Semi/ Full AutomaticFull Automatic

What’s in the Box?

We got this gun very well packaged in a cardboard box. The gun, the magazine, and the stock were tied to the box with cable ties and everything was covered with bubble wrap to make it all safe and secure. 

Just like the other guns we discussed above, this one too came with a manual, a packet containing a few O rings, a barrel cover, and a bottle of lube. But, unlike the other two, there is only one magazine included in the box. 


As mentioned before, this magfed paintball marker comes with one magazine only, but that single magazine is capable of doing wonders. It is huge and can contain 18 to 20 rounds, depending on which type of rounds you are using and how you are inserting them. 

And yet the best part is about to come your way!

You can use this gun and the very magazine to shoot first strikes too. You do not need to make any replacements and upgrades for this reason as this gun comes ready to shoot first strikes. 

In order to fill the magazine with ammo, you need to spin the wheel at the side of the magazine. Once it reaches its end, you can insert the paintballs and put the magazine back in its place.

Unfortunately, this gun does not work with a hopper as yet.


Coming to the design of this gun, this beautiful marker has some pretty interesting things to unfold. 

At the side of the marker, you will find a switch that you can take from “safety” to “semi auto” and from there to “full auto”. 

Yes! You read that right!

This mechanical gun works without any batteries but you can use it as a fully automatic gun. 

In case you are wondering what is the difference between semi and full auto, let us make that clear. 

A semi automatic gun shoots one round at a single trigger pull. You need to pull the trigger every time you want to shoot. Whereas, a fully automatic gun keeps shooting as long as you keep pressure on its trigger. 

Gas Type

This marker works with HPA. A 3000 PSI tank works perfectly if you want to keep the tank inside the stock. Or you can simply remove the stock and use a larger tank.

In case you are buying this gun for self and home defense purposes, you must buy a gas valve that will work as a switch between the gun and the gas tank or you might have the tank leaked within 24 hours.

Durability and Maintenance

Like most mechanical guns, this one too is super durable. There are hardly any chances of getting this thing broken. 

And you can easily open it up by removing a few screws so you can change the O rings and lubricate them. 

Velocity and Accuracy

You can change the velocity of this gun easily. Underneath the barrel, you will see a spinner next to the grip. It says “FPS” and you can spin it to increase or decrease the velocity. 

Pro Tip: Do not try to spin the entire wheel for the purpose, as it will not do the job. Use an Allen key instead and spin it from the center.

This gun is quite accurate for shooting paintballs and amazing for shooting first strikes. But if you want results still better, then upgrade the barrel and get ready to rock.


  • Super Durable
  • Semi and Full Automatic
  • First Strikes Compatibility
  • Easy to Maintain


  • Does Not Work With CO2

Ratings and Reports of Players

This magfed gun is super reliable and that is why it has the trust of thousands of players who have used it. Players are super satisfied with how it shoots the first strikes. They are loving its capability to switch between semi and fully automatic modes and that too without any batteries.

People are also using it as a self defense tool but there are few complaints about gas leakage, though the problem can be easily solved with a switch between the tank and the gun.

Overall, this gun has been rated 4.4 out of 5 stars by its users.

Our Verdict

We find this gun to be super reliable and durable. And the features it has to offer are quite unique in mechanical guns. You can not only change the FPS of this gun but you can also take it to full automatic mode with a simple switch. And yet it is not fragile like electro pneumatic guns or requires batteries. 

We give it a 9 out of 10 on our scale.

4. Planet Eclipse EMEK EMF 100 Paintball Gun

Planet Eclipse Emek Emf 100 Magfed Paintball Gun
Editor’s Rating:

If you are looking for a paintball marker that makes you stand out from the rest of the players and everyone turns their heads towards you when you enter the field, here is the thing for you. It is one of the high end magfed paintball markers that is guaranteed to win your heart.

So let us dive deep to see what makes it so special.

MaterialMetal and Plastic
Number of Magazines Included1
Number of rounds that fit in the Magazine10
Hopper CompatibilityYes 
Caliber .68
First Strikes CompatibilityYes
Gas TypeHPA
Semi/ Full AutomaticSemi Automatic

What’s in the Box?

As awkward as it may sound, this marker starts to impress you right from its packaging. You receive it in a beautiful cardboard box that asks you to “Say Hello to Your New EMEK”, and you obey it because you cannot resist!

Inside the box, you get your gorgeous gun in a fully assembled form. Yes! You get it in one piece, instead of many parts lying here and there in the box. 

And with that gun, there is a smaller box that says “accessories kit” on it. In that box, you will have pretty much everything that you are going to need to take care of your gorgeous gun. There is a manual, two barrel covers, a magazine, a hopper adapter, a pal loader adapter, two stock adapters, a spring for your magazine, a few O rings, and some grease. 


It is a beautifully designed gun that can be modified in numerous ways. The mere look of it speaks bundles of its amazing craftsmanship. There are all those places to put on your accessories over the barrel or sides of it. 

You can use it either with a magazine or a hopper if you want to, and it comes with a hopper adapter in the package. 

Overall, the gun is super light in weight for easy carrying around the fields. 

Planet Eclipse Emek Emf 100 Paintball Gun Review


The gun originally comes with a dummy magazine attached to it. That works only to block the way of the paintballs to the magazine if you want to run a hopper on it. For the magfed users, there is a magazine included in the package that can fit 10 rounds in it. You can use it for .68 caliber rounds as well as your first strikes. 

It is a di magazine, which means you can insert 5 rounds on one side and 5 on the other. When you run out of one side, you can take the magazine out, flip it over and insert it in the gun to have 5 more rounds.

You can also buy some aftermarket di magazines that can fit 20 rounds in them and the gun adapts well to them too.

Another good thing about the magazine is that it is designed with cover flips. So if you are going to fill all your magazines at once and run around the field with them, you can simply cover your paintballs with those covers to prevent dirt and debris from entering them.

And when you are about to put that magazine in your gun, simply push the cover back and insert it in the gun.

Maintenance and Durability

This marker is extremely reliable and durable. It is made of super strong material that is not easy to break and yet not heavy. 

Having said that it is a mechanical gun means you are not supposed to do much to maintain it. Just clean it thoroughly after each use, take care of the O rings, and do not forget grease, and you will be using it for years to come.

Velocity and Accuracy

This is a standard .68 caliber gun. And the accuracy with which this gun shoots is matchless. We have used it to shoot paintballs as well as first strikes and this gun does not fail you for any kind of ammo. 


  • Super Durable
  • Extremely Accurate
  • Hopper Compatibility
  • First Strike Compatibility
  • Easy Customizations


  • Heavy on the Pocket

Ratings and Reports of Players

This magfed marker by EMEK has won the hearts of players at a great pace. Players are in love with the quality of this marker.

And the variety it offers to its users is amazing. Players are using telescopes, cameras, and all sorts of other accessories on this gun and it is accommodating them all in the perfect way. It has been even called “the best ever” magfed marker by many enthusiastic players.

It has been rated 4.9 out of 5 stars by its users.

Our Verdict

If you want to play an outstanding game of magfed paintball, this excellent marker is for you. It works amazing as a first striker and the possibilities to customize are endless. If you have got enough money in your pocket to afford this beauty, just stop considering the other options and grab this one.

But if you do not, pick any of the other guns on our list and it will serve you well. You can always upgrade your equipment when you have enough bucks in your pocket. 

We give it a straight 9.5 out of 10 on our scale.

Here is the link to the complete kit if you want to purchase one.

5. Tippmann Stormer Elite Paintball Gun

Tippmann Stormer Elite Magfed Paintball Gun

After the most expensive gun on our list, here we bring the most inexpensive one, the only paintball rifle on our list that you can get under 200 bucks. And still, it is one of the best in the market. 

Read on the details to know further about it.

Number of Magazines Included2
Number of Rounds that fit in the Magazine18 to 20
Hopper CompatibilityYes
First Strike Compatibility No
Gas TypeCO2

What’s in the Box?

The marker came in a compactly packed cardboard box with separate pockets for each item. Apart from the gun itself, it contained a user’s manual, two magazines, a dummy mag, a barrel with the shroud, a back stock, and a packet of a few extra O rings and lube.

Tippmann Stormer Elite Magfed Paintball Gun Review


This gun is designed following the system true to many other Tippmann guns. But there are a few things that make it budget friendly and different from the rest.

The first difference that you might find is in its body. The main gun is not made of aluminum, like that of Tippmann TMC, instead, it is mainly plastic. Though it is not cheaply made and the gun looks rubberized, there is still a difference.

Other than that, the shroud that comes with the gun is super easy to remove and simply clicks back on its place when you want to put it back so you do not need to use a screwdriver.

Pro Tip: Do not try to shoot without or with a short barrel inside the shroud because if you remove the barrel, the shroud becomes quite loose on the gun. This will hinder your path from playing a good game.


The gun comes with two big magazines that can fit 18 to 20 rounds in each. Along with them, it also comes with a dummy mag that can be used if you intend to run a hopper on it at times and that is definitely a plus at such a low price.

The magazines can be released with an easy push button at the side of the gun. And in order to fill the magazines with ammo, you need to spin the wheel at the side of the magazines. After you have spun the wheel to the end, you can fill in the paintballs.

Unfortunately, this gun does not shoot first strikes but at this price, you cannot really complain. 

Maintenance and Durability

It is a Timmpann gun so you do not need to worry about its durability in the least. It works with the same system as in Tippmann 98 and Tippmann Cronus, which means it is a tried and tested system.

As far as the maintenance is concerned, there is not much it needs for that too. You simply need to keep it clean and have a look at the O rings. As mentioned before, the shroud comes out super easy so you can do the job. And same is the case with its stock. Everything is super easy to remove and reassemble. 

Velocity and Accuracy

You can easily adjust the velocity of this gun to your choice. It is a .68 caliber gun and the accuracy is not going to disappoint you either as it can shoot accurately above 50 feet right out of the box.


  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Compatible with Hopper
  • Dual Magazine
  • Budget Friendly


  • Not Compatible with the First Strikes

Ratings and Reports of Players

This is another hot favorite gun with magfed paintball players. People are in love with the diversity it offers. They are using it not only as a paintball marker but also for home defense with pepper balls as well as jaw-breaker balls.

Players are happy with the accuracy, the craftsmanship, the hopper compatibility, and, to top it all, the price. 

It has got 4.7 out of 5 stars ratings from hundreds of players who used it. 

Our Verdict

This is a super reliable gun and that is why it is on our list. It is certainly not as strong as the other Tippmanns on our list and it does not shoot first strikes but for the price it comes at, you cannot get anything better. 

If you are on a low budget, this gun will not only assist you with magfed games, but you can also run a hopper on it and it has got you covered. We strongly recommend it. 

Overall, this one gets 8 out of 10 on our scale.

Here is the link to the complete kit.


The magfed paintball markers are quite diverse in their features and so are their prices. One thing which is common for all of them is that they are super durable. These are all mechanical guns and so there is not much that can go wrong with these guns.

Fortunately, these guns can be upgraded to many levels and you can use them for quite a few years to come. So even if you want to purchase it as a magfed marker today, it is better to buy one that offers as many features as possible, for example, their compatibility with a hopper or first strikes.

We have listed the best five we could find in the market. Each of them is a good product, you just need to select the one you like the best, or which comes under your budget.

We would recommend Tippmann TipX as the best starter package if you are on a budget, but if you want the best of the best, you can go for Planet Eclipse EMEK EMF if you are not on a tight budget.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Can I run a hopper on my magfed paintball gun?

That depends on which kind of marker you are using. Many magfed paintball guns do come with a hopper adapter, (or you can get an aftermarket adapter) and can be used with a hopper. But there are a few that are strictly magfed and are not compatible with a hopper.

Is magfed paintball better?

None of the paintball games is better than the other. It is all about personal preference. Some people prefer to play a strategic game over other types and that is why they prefer magfed paintball. 

What is magfed paintball?

Magfed paintball is a type of paintball that makes use of magfed markers only. This type of game is more strategic and low paced as there are not many paintballs to waste. You need to find a place to hide every time you run out of paint so you can change the magazine or refill it.

That makes every paintball count so you are a lot more considerate while shooting. It is also more realistic than hopper fed markers.

What are first strikes?

First Strikes are projectiles that are the same as paintballs from the inside but different from the outside. They are rounded from the front and cylindrical from the back. This cylindrical half is hollow from the inside. Their unique shape makes them capable of increasing accuracy and velocity while you shoot. 

How much does a mag fed paintball gun cost?

Magfed guns need a bit of a complex system to work and this is the reason they are not coming at a very low price like some other guns. Though the price range is quite wide and you can get one at anywhere from 150 to 600 Dollars.

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