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10 Best Woodsball Paintball Guns in 2020

Best Woodsball Paintball Gun

When you want to get the very best out of your paintball game, you need to have a Woodsball paintball gun. These guns are always a pleasure to use and they can make a real difference to the game. The trouble is that it’s not always easy finding the best woodsball paintball gun for you.

This is because there are so many on the market right now that it can be hard to separate the good from the bad. However, this article will help you as it reviews the best woodsball paintball guns out there, meaning you can easily find the right one for you.

1. Tippmann A-5 .68 Caliber Paintball Marker

Tippmann A-5 .68 Caliber Paintball Marker

The Tippmann A-5 .68 Caliber Paintball Marker is a good looking paintball gun that has a smooth and modern black finish. Ideal for woodsball or even scenario play, this marker has the ability to fire 15 paintballs per second.

This is thanks to the cyclone feed system that operates without batteries. This means you’re much more likely to rain paintballs down on your opponents, and you could be in with a better chance of winning.

This particular paintball marker can be stripped in less than 60 seconds which means it’s ideal to have with you on the field. In addition to this, the two-position external selector switch allows you to change from firing mode to safe and back again with ease.

Designed to ensure the front grip is longer, there’s an overall lighter body weight compared to other Tippmann guns, this marker looks like it means business.

Customers who have already purchased and used this marker have said that it’s very easy to clean and you don’t have to use tools to take it apart. Others have mentioned that it is very durable and reliable.

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2. Empire Paintball Mini GS Marker

Empire Paintball Mini GS Marker

The Empire Paintball Mini GS Marker has quite a slimline finish and it comes in 8 different colors, meaning you have much more choice. Complete with a poppet engine, the Empire is thought to offer great performance each time you play.

The wrap-around fore grip ensures that you have a much better grip, which means you’re a lot less likely to drop your new marker. Complete with a venting ASA regulator that has an on and off lever, this is a marker that’s easy to use.

Complete with a new design, the Empire Mini GS has a very high price which means it’s out of reach to those on a budget. However, it does have a hose-less design, and a clamping feedneck.

In addition to this, you have the option to add a Redline OLED board without having to make any changes to the foregrip. This makes this particular paintball marker so much easier to use.

Customers who have played paintball with this marker have said that it’s a great marker and weighs less than 2 pounds. Others have mentioned that it shoots at 260fps right out of the box.

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3. Tippmann Cronus Tactical Marker

Tippmann Cronus Tactical Semi-Automatic 68 Caliber Olive Paintball Marker

The Tippmann Cronus Tactical Marker comes complete with a vertical grip, and great durability. With a rugged finish, this is a marker that looks like it will do some damage when you’re on the field.

Sold for quite a low price, if you’re new to paintball or you don’t want to spend too much money, this could be the marker you need. Available in 2 different colors, this tactical marker has a high-impact composite body and a trigger which is easy to operate.

Customers who have purchased and used the Tippmann Cronus Tactical Marker have mentioned that it is quite accurate and has a good range. Others have mentioned that this marker has a 20 inch barrel which is impressive

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4. Spyder MR100 PRO Semi-Auto Paintball Marker

Spyder MR100 PRO Semi-Auto Paintball Marker (Diamond/Black)

The Spyder MR100 PRO Semi-Auto Paintball Marker is a military-style marker that comes with an air efficient EKO valve system and has the ability to shoot up to 1,500 paintballs from the tank.

Complete with a high-impact polymer clamping feedneck, this marker has an aluminum trigger frame which helps to protect the trigger while you play. The one-piece velocity adjuster and the ability to operate using compressed air or CO2 make this marker one to consider.

When it comes to the price, the Spyder MR100 PRO Semi-Auto Paintball Marker is the lowest price marker we have seen so far. This means that more people can afford to buy it and enjoy all of its features and functions.

With an anodized matte finish and a picatinny rail that’s made from aluminum, this could be the starter paintball marker you need.

Customers who have used this marker have mentioned that it does not rust easily and the rails are ideal for adding lasers or lights. Some customers have said that this marker shoots very far and it has an impressive ecko valve.

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5. Tippmann X7 Phenom Electro Paintball Marker

Tippmann X7 Phenom Electro Paintball Marker

The Tippmann X7 Phenom Electro Paintball Marker has a very unique finish thanks to the Tippmann logo and the X7 Phenom logo too. Complete with a 3-position selector switch and completely customizable, this marker also has a Hall-effect electronic trigger which is nothing short of impressive.

The trigger has 5 firing modes which make it even more of a pleasure to use, and the cyclone feed system has the ability to fire 15 balls every second. Complete with 300PSI thanks to the FlexValve technology, this could well be the paintball marker that you need.

Customers who have used the Tippmann X7 Phenom Electro Paintball Marker have said that it is great value for money. Others have mentioned that the marker is very light and shoots extremely accurately.

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6. Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum Series Paintball Gun

Tippmann 98 Custom Ultra basic Platinum Series .68 Caliber Paintball Marker

The Tippmann 98 Custom Platinum Series Paintball Gun has a nice black finish with the Tippmann and 98 Custom logo emblazoned on the side. A semi-automatic marker, you will have great performance whenever you play.

The split receiver allows for easy access to the components which means you’re likely to find it easy to fix while you’re in the field. The picatinny rail allows you to add accessories, making your game play a lot more personalized.

Complete with an aluminum die cast receiver, this is a paintball gun that should last quite a long time. In addition to this, the Tippmann 98 also comes with a matte black finish which should ensure it’s even more damage-resistant.

Customers have mentioned that this paintball gun is very easy to customize and it shoots very well. Others have said it is very reliable which means you can depend on it while you play.

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7. Dye Dam Assault Matrix Paintball Marker

Dye Dam Paintball Marker - Dark Earth

The Dye Dam Assault Matrix Paintball Marker has a very rugged finish and it really looks like it could do some damage. Complete with a quick-release bolt system, this marker comes with 2 magazines and a repair kit.

When it comes to the price, it is very high which could potentially put a lot of people off. The gas-through frame is thought to work well and the competition-style trigger frame has been built to last.

Available in 4 different colors, the Dye Dam Assault Matrix Paintball Marker is semi-automatic and comes with a 3-round burst. There are also auto firing modes that make this marker even more convenient to use.

Customers who have purchased and used this particular marker have mentioned that it is very accurate and it’s easy to customize.

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8. Empire Axe 2.0 Paintball Gun

Empire Axe 2.0 Paintball Marker - Dust Black

The Empire Axe 2.0 Paintball Gun comes in 8 different colors and a smooth finish which makes it look quite modern. The relay venting comes with an on and off lever and the push-button bolt removal system ensures that you can get to the engine easily.

This particular paintball gun is lighter than many other models made by Empire. In fact, it’s thought to be 10% lighter than the other Axe models.

This makes it so much easier to carry around the field with you while you play. Thought to be very accurate, the 2.0 comes with a two-piece barrel and the Empire logo emblazoned on the handle.

Customers who have already purchased this paintball gun have mentioned that it is a great marker even though it is cheaper than many others, and is, therefore, worth every penny.

Others have mentioned that the marker leaks air a little too easily and this can spoil the game.

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9. Planet Eclipse 2012 Geo 3 Paintball Gun – Swamp 2

Planet Eclipse 2012 Geo 3 Paintball Gun - Swamp 2

The Planet Eclipse 2012 Geo 3 Paintball Gun – Swamp 2 is a very modern and nice-looking paintball gun. The dark gold finish which comes with this gun as standard makes it stand out a little.

When it comes to the cost of this particular paintball gun, it is very high. Many beginners and those who are slightly more experienced are likely to stay away from this gun due to the cost.

The firing chamber has been isolated from the gas supply so no gas is lost. This means the gas is likely to last a lot longer than it would with other paintball markers.

With an all-aluminum body, the gun has been built to last and the external adjuster ensures that you can alter the performance while you play, should you need to. Customers who have already purchased and used the Planet Eclipse 2012 Geo 3 Paintball Gun mention that it has great accuracy and fires at an impressive rate.

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10. Dye Rize MaXXed Paintball Marker

Dye Rize MaXXed Paintball Marker (Black/Red)

The Dye Rize MaXXed Paintball Marker has a unique pink and black finish and comes with a patented Fuzion Bolt System. This allows the paintballs to travel through the barrels smoothly and at a consistent rate.

Allowing the user to adjust the amount of air pressure, this is a paintball marker that offers something different. Couple this with the ability to adjust the velocity and this is a product that can be finely tuned to ensure your game is just right.

Price-wise, this is a paintball gun that’s a little cheaper than some we have seen so far. You also have the chance to fit any loader you wish without the need to use tools, which makes the Dye Rize MaXXed a handy marker to have with you.

Those who have already used this marker mention that it’s very reliable and the trigger is easy to use.

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Final Thoughts

There are many great Woodsball paintball guns out there but there can only be one winner. The winner of this roundup is, therefore, the Dye Dam Assault Matrix Paintball Marker. This is because this marker is very rugged and has been built to last.

It also comes with a 3-round burst and it’s semi-automatic which makes it easier to use. In addition to this, the paintball marker is very accurate, and even though it’s highly priced, it seems to be worth the cost. If you’re looking for one of the best woodsball paintball guns out there, this could be the one for you.