Just wanted to know your guys' thoughts on the TGR2 MK2.
What do you like about it?
Are there any quirks or problems with it that turn you off?
Coming out of airsoft, I'm finding these mag fed markers to be really appealing. I'm most interested in indoor CQB games because it's too cold in the winter to play outside in Canada, but once it warms up, I'll be interested in playing some outdoor bushball.
To be honest, the number one thing that turned me away from paintball was the cost of the paint, but these mag fed guns basically force you to conserve paint and still provide an element of tactical simulation. Don't get me wrong, this would not be my only gun.
I've always wanted a Matrix, but this would be my first step into the paintball world. I'm aware
that I would be at a disadvantage, but my reasons for making this choice are my own.
I'm very impressed with the developments that have recently been made with mag fed paintball guns, particularly with the First Strike round and Lapco rifled barrel. That development alone now makes first shot accuracy possible at extreme ranges, and from what I've seen, is much more accurate than airsoft could ever be.
This seems like an ideal choice for an entry-level mag fed marker, but I'm open to input and suggestions. I say this primarily because there is a nice package deal on milsig.ca that includes 5 magazines, an air tank and a holographic sight for $650 new.