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5 Best Mag Fed Paintball Guns in 2021

Paintballing is one of the best sports on the planet. It’s a high energy, fierce sport that challenges the player and makes them think on their feet.

When you need to play at your very best you need a mag fed paintball gun, however, they can be hard to find. What’s more, is there are so many different guns on the market right now that it can be hard to know which one you should buy, however, this article will help you choose the best mag fed paintball gun out there.

1. Tippmann TMC MAGFED Paintball Marker

Tippmann TMC MAGFED Paintball Marker, Black/Tan

The Tippmann TMC MAGFED Paintball Market has a very smart black and tan finish that makes it look quite fierce. Complete with a full pneumatic marker, you know this paintball marker means business.

The high-performing in-line bolt system comes as standard and the dual feed option allows you to ensure the paintball marker is magazine or hopper-fed. With the ability to fully accessorize the paintball marker, you have more options for your tactical games.

Complete with two 20 round spring-driven magazines, you can start playing paintball as soon as you’re ready. With a very authentic look and feel of a real gun, this paintball marker is ideal for those who want their market to look good and perform well.

With a fully functional charging handle along with an over-molded rubber grip, you should have no problems using this marker. The aluminum receiver which is made to be very durable ensures you can keep battling on no matter what happens.

The front and rear adjustable sights ensure you can see the enemy from many different angles, and the integrated sling mounts let you keep the Tippmann close to you at all times.

When it comes to the price of this particular paintball gun you’ll find that it is a good price. I would have appreciated a low-price paintball gun last year when I did not have a lot of money.
Customers who have previously purchased this product have stated that they’re pleased the paintball gun comes with a feed neck blocking plate. Others have stated that it looks really good and the gun is flawless in terms of function.

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2. Spyder MR6 Paintball Gun Black

Kingman Spyder MR6 Paintball Gun Black

The Spyder MR6 Paintball Gun Black is a very tough-looking paintball gun that also comes with an adjustable CAR style stock and a patented dual loading system. The Mil-slim semi-automatic paintball market makes it a joy to use on the battle ground and the smooth black finish shows that it means business.

Complete with an additional 9-round magazine, you can start to play a round of paintball as soon as you wish. The 14 inch barrel that comes complete with a muzzle break makes this particular paintball gun even better to use.

The dual loading system has a special patent-pending design which allows you to interchange the loading system very easily. With a turn of the Spyder’s barrel, you can switch between a magazine-fed system and a top-loading hopper.

This would have been the best gun for me while I was in battle with a group of friends. I would have liked to switch between a top-loading hopper and a magazine-fed system as it would have made things a little easier.

Regarding the price of the Spyder MR6 paintball gun, it’s quite a bit cheaper than the previous model we have seen. This great-looking paintball gun can, therefore, be purchased by those who wish to spend a little less on their paintball equipment but are still looking for quality.

People who have purchased this particular gun in the past have said that it is an excellent gun. Others have also stated that this is the ideal paintball gun for beginners. It’s easy to clean and is ideal for the ‘Magazine-only’ paintball events.

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3. GI Sportz Tippmann TCR Magfed Tactical CQB Paintball Gun

GI Sportz Tippmann TCR Magfed Tactical CQB Paintball Gun - Black

The GI Sportz Tippmann TCR Magfed Tactical CQB Paintball Gun has a very modern-looking black finish and it comes with the Tippmann logo emblazoned along the side of the gun. Dual feed capable and with flip top sights, this is a paintball gun that really does look and feel like it means serious business.

The collapsible stock that comes with an additional mag carrier is nothing short of useful and the hideaway remote adapter means this paintball gun is ideal for a range of sessions. This tactical compact rifle mugged marker gives a greater sense of realism to the game and with 2 magazines you’re good to go.

When I was looking for a paintball gun for my cousin I wish I had found this one. We had to purchase the magazines separately which made the gift even more expensive.

The dual feed capacity means play is as flexible as you’d like it to be. The price of this particular gun is a lot higher than the other paintball guns that we looked at, which could put people off buying it.

Those who have previously purchased the Gi Sports Tippmann TCR Magfed Tactical CQB Paintball gun say that it’s a great gun and is the marker they have been looking for. They have said that it can be used without any issues and that it does the job it’s made to do.

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4. First Strike T15 Paintball Marker

First Strike T15 Paintball Marker/Rifle - Black

The First Strike T15 Paintball Marker/Rifle – Black is a very sophisticated paintball market that looks as though it’s more than up to the job. With a functional charging handle and a magazine and hopper feed, you’re good to go.

The 13ci 3,000 psi aluminum tank means business and the removable fixed sights are ideal if you need to make extra sure that you hit the target. Offering .68 caliber 1 to 1 AR platform, the aluminum cast body is quite rugged and allows you to get on with the job at hand.

This paintball marker would have been perfect for me yesterday when I was in the midst of a battle. I dropped my marker and when I picked it up I saw that it had a huge dent in it.

Unfortunately for me, I could no longer use my marker as it would no longer shoot paintballs. My next paintball gun will be a much tougher one.

With a dual feed system, you can use a standard hopper or a magazine if you wish, the choice is yours. Ideal for use in those easier games or those games that throw you into the harshest conditions, the First Strike T15 is the ideal paintball gun if you’ve been playing for some time.

When it comes to the price of this paintball gun it is very expensive. While the price of this gun does reflect its quality and capabilities it can put people off buying it.

Those who have already purchased the First Strike T15 say that it runs very smoothly and it’s a bit of a beast that’s easy to handle. Ideal for heavy play, this gun has been known to have problems with its upper receiver, more specifically the rear eye hole as it can snap off.

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5. Dye DAM Paintball Marker

Dye Dam Paintball Marker Black

The Dye DAM Paintball Marker has a very smooth black finish and comes with a magazine fed system that can be switched to a loader fed system as and when it’s needed. With full auto firing modes, semi-automatic, and three round burst, it seems this paintball marker can do it all.

The quick-release bolt system is good to go and the clamping feedneck along with the competition-style trigger frame makes this particular paintball marker even more of a pleasure to use. The 2+ feet of picatinny rails mean you can add grips, optics or other attachments to the marker.

This would have been an ideal paintball marker for my brother who needed some optics on his marker. He could only have either an optic or a grip as his rail was not that long.

Ideal for left or right-handed users, reloading is easy and the DYE magazines ensure you can deliver a shot that’s a lot like a real gun. The 2 x 10 round magazines that come with the Dye Dam as standard makes this paintball marker even better.

Customers have said that the Dye Dam is incredible and that it’s the best mag fed shooter. Others have said that this marker may be a bit too powerful for some. Price-wise this is a very expensive marker that is more than twice the price of some we have seen.

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Buyer’s Guide

How to choose a mag fed paintball gun?

When you’re considering buying a mag fed paintball gun you need to think about the following factors:

Your budget – Your budget is perhaps one of the most important factors. You will need to get the best paintball gun for your money. However, if you do not have a lot of cash or you don’t want to spend too much you may not come away with the best paintball gun out there.

Your experience – If you’ve never played paintball before you should opt for a gun that is ideal for beginners. Sure, some of the guns made for more experienced people can look good but they may be a little too powerful for you just now.

How often you’ll play paintball – If you’re likely to play paintball every week then it makes sense to buy a good quality mag fed paintball gun. However, if you’re only going to be playing it occasionally then you won’t need to spend too much money on one.

What the mag fed paintball gun offers – Some mag fed paintball guns offer a lot of different features, whereas others have a few less. If you’re a beginner you won’t need a gun that comes with a lot of features, however, if you’re very experienced then you can opt for one that has picatinny rails, and is very powerful.


When it comes to choosing a winner of this roundup it’s clear that the GI Sports Tippmann TCR Magfed Tactical CQB Paintball gun is the winner. With dual feed capacity, flip top sights and good price, this is a gun that means business.

The GI Sports Tippmann, could, therefore, be the best mag fed paintball gun around.