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Top 15 Best Paintball Guns in the World

Paintball is more than some game teenagers play on the weekend to exert some of that frustration piled up during the week. It’s a huge sport that’s growing for both recreational and professional players. From indoors to outdoors, players are offered a wide variety of locations to play in each with their own unique strategies on how to go about things successfully. Mind you, this game isn’t for the weak of heart or flesh. Those paintballs come at you pretty damn fast and they leave a slightly noticeable mark. It’s just like getting shot except you don’t die. The pain just lingers on.

While that might all sound very scary and off putting, you do get used to getting pelted with dastardly little balls of compressed paint over time. Or you learn to anyway. While most players will spend their paintball careers renting guns from their neighborhood paintball facility, enthusiasts would most probably prefer getting a gun of their own to match their skill. Just like with most things that require a certain amount of ability, paintball requires practice in order to get better. The intermediate or professional player will certainly look to find a gun more suited for their style rather than just stick with the default. But things can get expensive and some people can waste a lot of money on the wrong gun.

This is easily avoidable if people know what to look for when choosing their paintball gun. There are different types of guns for all kinds of players and those wishing to purchase their own should do so with what kind of people they’ll be playing with, the frequency in which they will be playing and the location. It’d be a very big waste of money to spend over four figures on a gun that you’re only going to use once in a blue moon. Woodsball, Mil-sim and Speedball are all different styles of paintball open to players. Different styles means different guns best suited for each one. It’s best to do your research and choose a gun that you can enjoy for the style you play. Otherwise you’re going to have a bad time.

Here are the 15 best paintball guns out there.

15 Spyder Victor

via jpbshop.com

14 Tippmann 98

via amazon.com

13 GOG eNMEy

via amazon.com

12 Tippmann X7 Phenom

via tippmann.com

11 Dangerous Power G5

via harahaphobby.com

10 Dye Proto Rail

via shop.dyepaintball.com

9 Empire Sniper

via harahaphobby.com

8 Empire Axe

via paintballrevolution.com

7 Tiberius Arms T9.1 Elite

via tiberiusarms.com

6 Planet Eclipse Ego 11

via reddotpaintball.com

5 Planet Eclipse Geo 3.5

via paintball-land.de

4 DLX Luxe 2.0

via reddotpaintball.com

3 Dye DAM

via dyetactical.com

2 Dye DM14

via wickedsportz.com

1 Empire Vanquish

via pbnation.com

This is one of the most expensive guns you can buy and it’s worth it. Empire tried their hand at a high end tournament paintball gun and it worked out perfectly. The Vanquish comes complete with temperature settings allowing players to adjust on the fly, as well as the ability to connect it to external devices in order to receive updates and setting changes. An accuracy issue at this level would be disturbing. Luckily the Vanquish has great accuracy along with a cool design and comfortable handling ensuring players can take on any challenge that awaits them on the battlefield with relative ease.

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