Best Mechanical Paintball Gun 2021-[Affordable & Light Weight]

Every paintball dye hard wants to get the best mechanical paintball Gun with impressive comfortability, durability, and efficiency.

Problems like low FPS, heavyweight frame, slippery grips, and inaccuracy will ruin your excitement during the field. We have carefully made a list of top-rated mechanical paintball guns that works for you rather than works against you.

Each marker on our list is tested in different fields to provide you most reliable mechanical markers currently present in the market.

Our list of the best mechanical paintball gun contains highly efficient paintball markers currently available in the market.

Without further wasting time let’s checkout our top picks;

OUR PICKS
BUDGET FRIENDLY

Tippmann Cronus 

Tippmann Cronus 

  • Customizable
  • Milsim Look
  • Durable & easy to maintain

 

EDITOR’S CHOICE

★★

Planet Eclipse MG100

 Planet Eclipse M170R Mechanical Paintball Marker

  • Comes with a two-piece 14.5 inches barrel
  • Quick-release bolt mechanism
  • 3 point adjustable trigger

 

DURABLE ONE

EMEK 100 mechanical

EMEK 100 mechanical

  • Durable
  • Easy to maintain
  • Accurate Shooting

 

Best Mechanical Paintball Guns 2021

The best mechanical paintball marker is the one that can be easy to handle even in harshest conditions with supper accuracy and durability.

If you are going to select a mechanical marker please don’t compromise these things.

  • Comfortability handling with supper soft grips.
  • Accurate barrel with sufficient FPS.
  • Durable Body and other parts of the marker.
  • No extra wiring.
  • Easy to maintain within a few minutes.

Let’s explore our list the get your desired one with the above features

List Of Best Top -Rated Mechanical Paintball Markers 2021

 Paintball GunOur Rating Price
Planet Eclipse M170R Mechanical⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Planet Eclipse EMEK 100⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Tippmann Cronus ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Tippmann Stormer Tactical⭐⭐⭐⭐
Planet Eclipse MG100⭐⭐⭐⭐
Tippmann TMC MAGFED⭐⭐⭐⭐
Spyder Victor Semi-Auto⭐⭐⭐⭐
GOG Enemy Pro⭐⭐⭐⭐

 1.  Planet Eclipse M170R Mechanical Review

Planet Eclipse M170R Mechanical Review

 

 

KEY FEATURES
  • Comes with two piece 14.5 inches barrel
  • POP ASA
  • Playing free playing
  • Quick release bolt mechanism
  • 3 point adjustable trigger
  • Accurate, smooth, and quiet shots
  • Ultra-reliable in any condition
  • Fantastic ergonomics
SPECIFICATION
  • 135 psi low-pressure operation
  • Aluminum construction
  • Hoseless design
  • Low rise clamping feed neck
  • Latest Gamma core bolt
  • Spool valve operation

GTEK 170r was a huge success. The successor of 160r came with 80 pipes, it is lightweight and durable, and shooting is crazy accurate and smooth, the ergonomics are next level, reliability is bulletproof, and that all new gamma core drivetrain makes it one of the most air efficient markers in the business.

Planet Eclipse GTEK 170r is an elite beginner to intermediate level paintball marker, and the latest GTEK M170r is not different.

M in GTEK M170r stands for mechanical. The classical type of paintball gun is back in full effect.

It has that same feel and incredible performance of electronic 170r with some modifications.

Why Choose GTEK M170r Paintball Marker:

  • Planet eclipse doesn’t skip on Allen keys. They always provide a nice little Allen key package to use on the gun.
  • They also include a complete rebuild kit. I mean multiples of everything.
  • GTEK M170r comes with a safety button for the trigger. It is important for a mechanical marker.
  • It comes with a 14.5 inches long shaft barrel. The accuracy increases exponentially if the barrel is 14 – 14.5 inches long. It is a .689 standard stock bore.
  • The porting at the end of the barrel dissipates the air to stable the shot. The paintball doesn’t wobble at the end and travels in a straight line. Clearly, smart thinking when they engineered the barrel.
  • The front grip slides off. Customize it if you want. There are no batteries in the front grip.
  • Completely toolless. Extremely easy to access and clean the ball detents.
  • GTEK MI170r has one of the best clamping feed necks on the market. The thumbwheel is bulky in size and easy to grip. You can use any hopper you want on this gun. The clamping locking the feed neck and the thumbwheel will make it tight.
  • SL6 inline regulator has been battle-tested. It goes right up through the grip and into the marker.
  • It has one of the lowest operating pressure. 135 – 140 PSI. The shots are accurate, stable, and it doesn’t use much air to fire each shot.
 The proven Gamma Core Drive Train: 

Planet Eclipse has been using these gamma core engines in all of their quality markers.

The mechanical version of the GTEK is using an advanced version of the gamma core that is super quiet and high-air efficient.

The basic purpose of the gamma core bolt is to release the perfect amount of air for each shot so that very little air dissipates at the end of the air, and the paint travels in a straight trajectory.

It saves a lot of compressed air and the shooting is flawless with virtually zero kick-back.

Now you don’t need to worry about adjusting the engine from time to time and the quality of paintballs. It will shoot bad quality paint as well.

 The latest Pivot trigger: 

The trigger is the main selling point of this mechanical version of GTEK. There is a total of three set screws. The trigger spring sensitivity set screw is at the top, the middle one is the activation point set screw, and the last one is a post-travel screw.

You can adjust this trigger to your personal preference. Once the trigger activates, how far the trigger goes back forward determined by the post-travel set screw.

If you want snappy quick shots or longer pulls, adjust it however you want. Fully customizable.

 Performance on the field: 

Just like its electronic brother, GTEK MI170r is lightweight and easy to move around with better ergonomics. The gun is spacious, the rubber grips are comfortable, and it feels good to hold and carry around.

The shots were more than 90% accurate, stable, and smooth. We didn’t need to change the barrel because the stock barrel was a quality one.

The all-new trigger felt awesome. I like a snappier trigger to adjust to it be a bit snappier. I absolutely loved to pull the trigger.

After 40 minutes, I noticed that it wasn’t chopping the balls and was providing a stable, fast, and accurate shooting rate in a 40 degree Celsius heat. So GTEK MI170r doesn’t depend on the weather. That is good.

One of my friends dropped it a couple of times, the marker was completely fine. I didn’t notice scratches or anything like that.

PROS
  • All-aluminum body
  • Adjustable trigger
  • Super air-efficient
  • Fantastic ergonomics
  • Spacious
  • Comfortable grips
  • Accurate and stable shooting
  • Great performance on the field
  • One of the best clamping feed necks
  • For beginner to intermediate level players
  • Affordable
CONS
  • Couldn’t find any significant cons.

The mechanical version of the GTEK is an absolute beast. It is durable, provides multiple trigger adjustments, accurate and stable shots, is air-efficient, affordable, reliable, and most importantly, it is old-school mechanical.

We have tested GTEK MI170r for days on the fields and we compared it with shockers, CS2 pros, and DYE m2. Surprisingly, it was holding its against most high-end markers.

Paint chopping and inconsistent shots in a serious game are frustrating. GTEK MI170r did not chop any paint during the field test. Maybe the marker is still new that is why, but I can tell by the look of it that this marker is seriously good.

RATINGS FROM OUR SIDE: 9.8/10 I am a huge mechanical fan. I don’t like wirings and stuff that much.

 2.  Planet Eclipse EMEK 100 Mechanical Paintball Marker – Black Review

Planet Eclipse EMEK 100 Mechanical Paintball Gun Review

 

 

KEY FEATURES
  • 12 inches upgradable barrel.
  • Gamma core bolt system.
  • The internal gas line system
  • Soft over-molded grips.
  • Easy to access the inner mechanism.
  • Can shoot 10 PBS.
  • Built from aircraft-grade aluminum.
SPECIFICATION
  • Weight: 1.87 Pounds
  • Dimensions: 17.2 x 8.5 x 1.53 inches
  • Firing rate: 10 BPS
  • Barrel length: 12 inches
  • Material: Aircraft-grade aluminum

Emek 100 is solely build to get ultra-durability so that it can be utilized for rental purposes, as you might know, that rental equipment is being used roughly. Emek manufacturer claimed that they have utilized the aircraft-grade aluminum to get more durability. As per our tests, this is the most durable paintball marker currently available in the market.

Also, emek 100 comes with an accurate 12 inches barrel out of the box; 12 inches barrel is perfect for beginners to get impressive accuracy and stability. Still, if you are a pro and want to get more accuracy you can upgrade it as well.

Furthermore, it can shoot 10PB/S which is sufficient to perform well in a woodsball tournament, still, it cant shoot like an electronic marker. Though the trigger is super soft you can’t shoot more than 10PB/S

Emek 100 comes with Non-slippery grips to perform well even in harshest conditions; your grips will never lose even in moist conditions. Moreover, its premium texture will provide you constant control on shooting.

Other than that the gamma core bolt is added to enhance the air efficiency by decreasing the chopping of paintballs, Also, the gamma core can be dissembled easily during maintenance.

Emek 100 Comes with an inline bolt system that is made of highly durable material and perfectly hides in the mechanism so that it can last for years. you can do movements, dives, etc without fear of breaking.

PROS
  • Lightweight.
  • Durable
  • Easy to maintain
  • Air efficient.
  • Negligible chopping of paintballs.
  • Upgradable and super accurate.
  • Comfortable grips.
  • Comfortable to handle.
CONS
  • Small barrel.

Emek 100 is the best mechanical paintball gun currently available in the market with lots of modern features like impressive firing rate, gamma core bolt system, internal gas line system, etc.

Since this marker is solely built for renal use, you can get impressive durability and comfortability as well. One of our players compares its durability with Tippmann markers and surprisingly Emek performs more than expectations.

RATINGS FROM OUR SIDE: 9.6/10

 3.  Tippmann Cronus Tactical Marker Review

Tippmann Cronus tactical paintball marker gun Review

 

KEY FEATURES
  • A5 9 inches barrel.
  • Milsim Body.
  • Collapsible Stock.
  • Multiple pica tinny rails.
  • Front and rear sights.
  • Mock silencer.
  • Shoot 10-15 PBS (paintballs per second)
  • Soft over-molded grips.
  • Durable internal gas line system.
SPECIFICATION
  • Weight: 3.7 pounds
  • Material: Nylon body
  • Barrel length: 9 inches

Tippmann always comes with a unique and sturdy marker that can last for years without losing the texture and efficiency. Cronus is the most famous and top-rated marker of Tippmann, even pro players still use this marker because of its tactical look and sturdy body without compromising comfort.

Tippmann utilizes their expertise to make both fronts and carries handle ultra-comfortable with sufficient distance so that a player can handle the marker more comfortably even in harsh conditions. Furthermore, they have utilized non-slippery over-molded rubber to make the grips more comfortable with a non-slippery texture.

Other than that an upgradable barrel is added with sufficient accuracy, you can mark with it but if you are pro you have to upgrade the barrel. Also, you will get a mock silencer, adjustable sights, and collapsible stock out of the box that can be utilized to support your stealth technique.

Moreover, Cronus is highly upgradable with lots of Picatinny rails to add several modes, like grips, sights, lasers, and most importantly you can upgrade barrel, stock, grips, etc. as well. Also, a collapsible stock is added to get more military vibes, however, you can remove or adjust I on several positions to get comfortable handling.

PROS
  • Ultra-durable.
  • Mid-range price tag.
  • Lightweight.
  • Customizable.
  • Easy to maintain.
  • Comfortable to handle.
  • Military appearance.
  • Comfortable grips.
  • No extra wirings.
CONS
  • The barrel should be upgraded.
  • Slow firing rate.

This is the best beginner’s mechanical paintball marker currently available in the market with a sturdy body, supper accuracy, and other modern features. Besides its durability, you can customize it with the help of multiple pica tinny rails.

Moreover, you will get a milsim tactical appearance to get real-time military vibes, even the manufacturer adds a mock silencer and collapsible stock to get a more realistic feel.

This marker deserves 2nd place on our list, you will hardly found a marker like this in the market within the mid-range price tag.

RATINGS FROM OUR SIDE: 9.7/10

 4.  Tippmann Stormer Tactical .68 Caliber Paintball Marker Review

Tippmann Stormer Tactical .68 Caliber Paintball Marker review

 

 

KEY FEATURES
  • Comfortable adjustable grips.
  • Adjustable sights.
  • Multiple accessory rails.
  • Collapsible stock with 6 adjustments.
  • 98 threaded upgradable barrel.
  • Internal gas line system.
SPECIFICATION
  • Weight: 6.5 pounds
  • Barrel length: 12 inches

Stormer tactical comes with an incredible tactical look with shroud cover, sights, stock, and dark grips, if this marker doesn’t have a hopper you may not find the difference between this and a real military gun.

Its Comfortable grips have a premium texture to hold them without a pair of gloves, I can use this marker even in moist conditions. Also, its front grip can move forward or backward, you can fix it according to comfort.

Additionally, a tactical shroud cover is added with multiple rails to add several modes like the latest sights, flashlights, lasers, etc. Also, its grips, front and rear sights, and 98 thread barrel can be upgraded as well, If you are a beginner you don’t need to upgrade the barrel but a pro-player must-have upgrade it to get more accuracy.

Stromer tactical comes with premium sights and collapsible stock that can help you to mark your opponents comfortably. Also, you have the option to flip down the sights or adjust the stock. Also, you can remove them if you want.

when it comes to durability, this marker is built from high-grade plastic, its inner gasline and components are durable enough to sustain in worst conditions. Also, its durable feed neck can hold the hopper tightly so that it can’t fall during the match.

PROS
  • Lightweight.
  • Durable and comfortable.
  • Adjustable non-slippery grips.
  • Easy to handle.
  • Upgradable.
  • Built-in sights.
  • Easy to integrate loader.
  • Tactical look.
CONS
  • Offset feed adopter.
  • Trigger jamming issue.
  • Not easy to maintain.

Stormer comes with three variants, stormer, stormer tactical, and stormer elite, out of them we have selected this variant because of price and features difference. You will only get the mag-fed option in the elite variants by paying 30 to 40 bucks more.

All the essential features like collapsible stock, front and rear sights, tactical shroud, etc. are available in this variant.

RATINGS FROM OUR SIDE: 9.5/10

 5.  Planet Eclipse MG100 PAL Mechanical Paintball Marker Review

Planet Eclipse MG100 PAL Mechanical Paintball Marker Review

 

 

KEY FEATURES
  • 14.5 inches barrel.
  • Dual feed option.
  • Compatible with dye magazines.
  • Multiple Picatinny rails.
  • Shroud covers.
  • PAL enabled.
  • Spool valve technology.
  • Gamma core system.
  • Internal gas line system.
  • Rail to add stock
SPECIFICATION
  • Weight: 3.3 Pounds
  • Dimensions:  17.2 x 10.7 x 1.53
  • Barrel Size: 14.5 Inches.

This is the mag-fed version of Emek 100 with several changes like its, the barrel is 14.5 inches which will surely help you to mark targets more accurately. I will not upgrade the barrel because 14.5 inches is super accurate for me.

Other than that, This beast comes with both functionalities to feed paintballs from magazines and loaders as well. You can get exposure of both with tremendous accuracy and a premium tactical look. However, during testing, I found that its magazine can hold up 10 paintballs and after shooting 5 paintballs we have to flip the magazine to shoot another 5 paintballs this is not good for me.

but the Good News is;

MG100 is compatible with the latest dye magazines that can hold 15-20 paintballs and can shoot the whole magazine without flipping.

Moreover, Its tactical two pieces shroud comes with multiple rails to add multiple mods, like flashlights, stocks, lasers, and sights to enhance your excitement. Also, you can remove two pieces of the shroud to get a more modern look.

Planet eclipse added a super-soft EMEK trigger to relieve your fingers; you just need to tap to hit multiple paintballs. Also, you will get a safety lever on the top to trigger to choke the trigger.

When it comes to efficiency this marker is PAL enabled with gamma core bolt and spool valve, you will get impressive efficiency without kick baking or breaking of paintballs. You will hardly found a chopped paintball, during the maintenance, Its maintenance will take up to 10 minutes for pro and 20 minutes for a beginner.

PROS
  • Can be feed from loader and magazine as well.
  • Easy to maintain.
  • Customizable.
  • Almost chop 0 paintballs.
  • Lower kickback and noise level.
  • Accurate barrel.
  • Soft comfortable grips.
  • No extra wires.
  • Air efficient system.
CONS
  • Expensive.

This is the best mechanical mag feed paintball marker currently available in the market.

Here is why;

  • Supper accurate with two 14.5 inches barrels.
  • PAL-enabled system with spool valve technology to reduce losses kick back and noise level.
  • Easy to handle even in harshest condition because of comfortable grips and compact size.
  • Easy to customize with lots of pica tiny rails to add new things.
  • Extremely soft trigger with safety lock.
  • Emek 100 Body.

RATINGS FROM OUR SIDE: 9.5/10

 6.  Tippmann TMC MAGFED Paintball Marker Review

Tippmann TMC MAGFED Paintball Marker Review

 

KEY FEATURES
  • Adjustable velocity from 250 to 325 FPS.
  • Dual feed option.
  • 12 inches barrel.
  • Two working magazines with a dummy magazine.
  • Hopper adopter.
  • Soft grips.
  • Multiple Picatinny rails.
  • Front and rear sights.
  • Internal gas line system with bottom mounts ASA.
SPECIFICATION
  • Weight: 6.5 Pounds
  • Velocity: 250-325 FPS
  • Barrel size: 12 inches
  • Material: plastic + Aluminum
  • Manufacturer: Tippmann

TMC comes with a super attractive tactical look with a dual-feed option to enjoy both magazine and loader shooting. Moreover, its magazine can be refilled within seconds and can hold up to 20 paintballs; you will get two magazines out of the box to shoot 40 paintballs in a single round.

Also, you will get a dummy magazine and a loader adopter as well, you have to put a dummy magazine when you are going to feed on the loader.

The receiver of this marker is built from high-grade aluminum and proves to be long-lasting and lightweight. surprisingly I have found that its inner parts and bolts system is also made from high-grade material that can also be last for years.

Tippmann also has utilized the 12 inches barrel to provide sufficient accuracy to a beginner, however, a pro-player can upgrade it as well. Other than that they have added a velocity adjuster to adjust velocity between 250 to 325 FPS by simply rotating the velocity regulator.

When it comes to comfortability, TMC is super lightweight and easy to handle during the field as Tippmann has utilized super soft and comfortable grips with premium texture, you will hardly feel slippery hands.

TMC is super upgradeable as well, Its tactical shroud and receiver contain lots of rails to add new kinds of stuff like flashlights, lasers, sights, etc. however, Adjustable sight, stock, grips, and barrels also can be upgraded.

PROS
  • Durable.
  • Easy to maintain.
  • No extra wires.
  • Customizable.
  • 1-year warranty.
  • Mislim body.
  • Can be feed from mag and loader.
  • Comfortable handling.
CONS
  • The barrel should be upgraded for more accuracy.
  • Not compact and lightweight.

This is the best budget mechanical paintball marker that comes with lots of features like dual feed option, easy to maintain, lots of rails, etc.

Moreover, it comes with an ultra-durable receiver, two functional magazines, and a 12-inch barrel out of the box; you don’t need to spend more on extra accessories. This is simply a complete package for beginners within a mid-range price tag.

RATINGS FROM OUR SIDE: 9.4/10

 7.  Spyder Victor Semi-Auto Paintball Marker Review

Spyder Victor Semi-Auto Paintball Marker review

 

KEY FEATURES
  • 10 inches barrel.
  • EKO valve system.
  • Composite feed neck.
  • Two-finger trigger.
  • Pull pin Delrin Bolt system.
  • Non-slippery grips.
SPECIFICATION
  • Barrel size: 10 inches

Spyder Victor Semi-Auto is one of the best-selling entry-level paintball markers with  10 inches barrel, easy to paintball, air efficient, and durable enough to sustain in harsh conditions.

Though its 10 inches ported barrel is not that accurate as compared to long barrels, still newbies can one their work with it or they can upgrade it after some time.

Spyder has utilized the EKO valve technology that utilized the compressed gas carefully without losing the velocity; you can shoot 1500 to 1600 paintballs with a 20oz CO2 or compressed air tank.

Moreover, spyder victor is pretty comfortable with a two-finger polymer crafted trigger and Non-slippery grips with grippy texture to handle this marker easily

Other than that Its feed neck and houseline are made of high-material that can last for years, forget about the fear of breaking the hose line.

The maintenance of spyder victor is just like a piece of cake you can remove the Delrin bolt and oiling it within 5 minutes.

PROS
  • Lightweight and durable.
  • Easy to handle.
  • Comfortable grips.
  • Comfortable trigger with a safety button.
  • Efficient.
  • Easy to clean.
CONS
  • Not an internal gas line.
  • Comes with less modern features.

This marker is solely made for beginners with a budget-friendly price tag and all the essential features for beginners.

You will get a sturdy compact body with easy to clean mechanism, comfortable handling and most importantly it comes with tremendous efficiency.

Note: This is not for pro-level players please don’t invest in this, if you are already familiar with modern paintball markers.

RATINGS FROM OUR SIDE: 9/10

 8.  GOG Enemy Pro Mechanical Paintball Gun Review

GOG Enemy Pro Mechanical Paintball Gun Review

 

KEY FEATURES
  • On/off ASA.
  • 14 inches freak-ready barrel with .689 insert.
  • Clamping feed neck.
  • Soft comfortable grips.
  • True pneumatic design.
  • Spool valve design.
SPECIFICATION
  • Barrel length: 14 inches.

Like spyder victor, this is also a solid option for beginners with mind-blowing durability, comfortability, and accuracy within the mid-range price tag. The new pro variant of GOG enemy comes with 14 inches freak-ready one peace barrel with .68 insert already to mark supper accurately. The manufacturer took this step to make this marker supper accurate.

Other than that, Unlike the previous model, you will get a feed neck with a lever that should be pulling down properly to hold the loader perfectly. Once you pull down the lever the loader will never fall or lose during the match.

GOG Enemy Pro also comes with comfortable grips that are made from non-slippery material with a grippy texture to get more stability, even without gloves.

When it comes to durability, I have observed that the newer version has fewer cuts on the body and is built from high-grade material so that it can last for years. still doesn’t have an internal gas line system, you have to compromise your movements, as the exposed line can break easily.

The new GOG enemy has a very easy inner mechanism even you can remove the gas wires, whole frame, etc. within a few seconds with your noncomplex tools.

PROS
  • Lightweight and compact.
  • Easy to maintain.
  • Durable enough to sustain in harsh conditions.
  • Comfortable and safe to operate.
  • Supper accurate.
  • Holds loader more strongly.
CONS
  • Not internal gas line system.

The GOG enemy pro is way better than the previous variant because it comes with 14 inches freak-ready barrel, clamping feed neck, and bottom ASA with an on/off switch to control gas flow throughout the marker.

A 14-inches barrel is sufficient enough to mark your opponents accurately; however, the clamping feed neck will help out to integrate loader within a seconds without the fear of falling.

Furthermore, this variant is easier to maintain as compared to the previous, you can simply cut off the air supply and disassemble the marker within a few minutes.

RATINGS FROM OUR SIDE: 8.8/10

Buying Guide Of The Best Mechanical Paintball Gun

Since we are talking about the best mechanical paintball marker we will cover all the essential factors that should be considered before purchasing a mechanical paintball marker.

Let’s dive in to explore the most prioritized ones;

 Accuracy: 

Accurate

Accuracy is the spinal cord of a paintball game, if you don’t have an accurate paintball marker you will never dominate the match.

Also, an inaccurate marker will ruin your excitement as well. Accuracy is dependent on various factors like grips barrel etc.

comfortable grips, accurate barrel, and easy handling will drastically improve your marking performance

 Durability: 

Durable

Everybody wants a durable marker that can last for years without losing efficiency and stability.

Choose a marker with a high composite body with a durable trigger, barrel, and feed neck, so that it can last for the long run.

Markers like Tippmann Cronus and Emek 100 are the most durable mechanical paintball markers available in the market.

 Comfortability: 

If you are not comfortable how can you dominate the match? A comfortable marker will work for you rather than work against you.

Make sure to select a marker with a lightweight body, non-slippery grips, and a super comfortable trigger.

A lightweight marker will help you to feel comfortable even in harsh conditions; however, non-slippery grips will make your grips stronger even in moist conditions.

 Easy to maintain: 

Easy-to-maintain

Maintenance of markers is a pain in the ass, you will get frustrated if your marker takes hours during the maintenance.

Make sure to select an easy-to-maintain marker so that you can maintain it within a few minutes.

 Customizable: 

Custamizable

Paintball die-hard love to customize or upgrade their markers according to their test.

A fully customizable marker with lots of Picatinny rails will help you to add several new modes like flashlights, lasers, sights, and other kinds of stuff.

If there is an option to upgrade barrel and grips this will be a plus point for you.

 Efficient: 

Lots of the latest mechanical paintball markers come with gamma core technology and PAL enabled system to minimize the use of gas, without compromising the FPS.

An efficient marker will cut off your compressed air cost by 50%, also you will never face a shortage of air during the field.

  Comparison Chart Of Mechnical Paintball Guns

IMAGE PRODUCT DETAILS BEST FOR

Planet Eclipse M170R Mechanical Paintball Marker

Planet Eclipse M170R Mechanical

  • Comes with a two-piece 14.5 inches barrel
  • Accurate, smooth, and quiet shots
  • Quick-release bolt mechanism
  • 3 point adjustable trigger
 

[Beginner & Pro]

Planet Eclipse EMEK 100

Planet Eclipse EMEK 100
  • Gamma core bolt system.
  • Easy to access the inner mechanism.
  • Can shoot 10 PBS.
 

[Beginner & Pro]

Tippmann Cronus

Tippmann Cronus 
  • Multiple pica tinny rails.
  • Front and rear sights.
  • Mock silencer.
  • Shoot 10-15 PBS
 

[Beginner to Mid-Level]

Tippmann Stormer Tactical

Tippmann Stormer Tactical
  • Adjustable sights.
  • Multiple accessory rails.
  • Collapsible stock with 6 adjustments.

[Beginner to Mid-Level]

Planet Eclipse MG100

Planet Eclipse MG100
  • 14.5 inches barrel.
  • Dual feed option.
  • Compatible with dye magazines.
  • Multiple Picatinny rails.

[Beginner & Pro]

Tippmann TMC MAGFED

Tippmann TMC MAGFED
  • 12 inches barrel.
  • Two working magazines with a dummy magazine.
  • Hopper adopter.

[Beginner to Mid-Level]

Spyder Victor Semi-Auto

Spyder Victor Semi-Auto
  • EKO valve system.
  • Composite feed neck.
  • Two-finger trigger.

[Beginner]

GOG Enemy Pro

GOG Enemy Pro

  • Clamping feed neck.
  • Soft comfortable grips.
  • True pneumatic design.
  • Spool valve design.

[Beginner]

Final Verdict

Each marker of our list is sorted according to the modern features user reviews and most importantly we have tested each product on different weather conditions to test out the sturdiness.

Emek 100 and Tippmann Cronus are the best mechanical paintball guns currently available in the market with a bunch of new features, a sturdy body, easy to handles and maintain.

We have carefully written a buyer’s guide for you, you can get some ideas about your new mechanical marker.

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