Originally Posted by f8al
I shot one my shop got in today. I was very impressed having owned both a 2.1 and an 11. People seem to forget it's an entry level gun and it needs to be judged as such. That being said, it show smoothly and was decently quiet. The trigger was very easy to shoot IMO.
why do people call these guns "entry level'?
I can't believe anyone still buys 1k$ markers anymore when guns like the etha and axe perform just as well. Sure a geo is quieter and an ounce or two lighter, but is it worth another 600$? No no it isn't. Fact is their all around 2 lbs, shoot near a case a paint on a 68/4500 and with a proper bore size they are just as accurate. It should really be called a "all you really need to mow faces, level marker" spend the extra cash on quality paint and stuff, LCD screens aren't usefull while playing, so why have one? To save 30 sec when programing? Still not worth an extra few hundred $$$, metal vs fiberglass? Guess what the "plastic" is stronger. So in
the end, if you buy a geo over a etha you spent 600$ for a screen, an ounce less of weight, and a weaker body construction.
Sounds like a rip off to me...I'll buy an etha.