Hi ! It’s Jake from Impact-Proshop. Today, we’re discussing about entry level markers. There are some essential questions we have to ask ourselves when buying a new marker. Firstly, our budget is really important. Here in front of me, they are all markers cheaper than 350$CAD, which means they are relatively affordable. Next, it is also important to think about caracteristics. So, what are you looking for in a paintball marker. If you’re looking for something good looking, for performance, etc. And there is also your play style. What is the play style that you want to adopt ? Are you looking for a shorter marker for close quarter battles, or a longer marker for exterior fields or vast playing areas. So, without further delay, we’re beginning with the GoG eNMEy here in front of me ! The GoG eNMEy is a pneumatic mechanical marker with a spool valve operation system. Only one firing mode only for the GoG eNMEy, so the semi-automatic firing mode. Barrel threads are ION type. Available colors are black, red, blue and lime green. As for the current price, it is 199,95$CAD + taxes. The marker is really surprising ! It is really smooth for an entry level paintball marker. It refers a bit to speedball type paintball markers which are competition markers. It is also a really sturdy design, so you don’t have to worry to break anything. There is also a “bolt out the back” system. So all the internals come out from the back. You only have to maintain this part here. It goes right back in and you’re ready to go back on the field ! Next up is the compatriot of the GoG eNMEy, the GoG G-1M here in front of me. The G-1M marker is GoG eNMEy’s tactical version, so it works exactly the same. Semi-automatic firing mode only. As for the colors, it is only available in black. And its current price is 328,95$CAD + taxes. The major difference between both is its look. There are rails on it for optics, or flashlights, lasers, etc. It comes with a longer barrel for an increased range. And also an optional M4 style collapsible stock that you can install if you want increased support for long range shots. Next up is the Dye Rize here in front of me ! The Dye Rize is an electropneumatical marker with a spool valve operation system With 3 firing modes : semi-automatic, full-automatic and ramping, which is an hybrid between both. As for the barrel threads, they are autococker type. 4 colors available : black, lime, red, blue. The current price is 336,95$CAD. As for the marker, it is a marker that is a lot more technologically advanced than others we will present you today. It comes with eyes which can tell if there is a paintball in the breech or not which avoids paint breaking in your barrel when you’re shooting. It also comes with a trigger that you can run with 2 fingers. So it gives you an increased firing rate. It is also a very sensitive trigger. And it features also a “bolt out the back” system like the GoG eNMEy, so it is really easy to maintain. We will now talk about the Tippmann Cronus. The Tippmann Cronus is a mechanical marker with a blow-back operation system. Only one firing mode : semi-automatic. A-5 barrel threads. As for the colors, well there are two models : the basic version and the tactical version. The regular version comes in tan only and the tactical version comes in tan and in olive also. Concerning prices, the basic version costs 121,95$CAD and the tactical version costs 167,95$CAD. The Tippmann Cronus is the marker that we sell the most for beginners here at Impact-Proshop. It’s simple, it is the conventional Tippmann mechanism that you will find in practically every Tippmann branded markers, other than some exceptions. So it is really reliable, you don’t have to worry about anything, it will last for a long time. Else, it is really easy to repair because parts are common. If it breaks, anywhere that you play, there is a good chance that they will have replacement parts for it. As for the marker itself, what I’m holding here is the tactical version. It comes with rails, like the basic version also, but with bonus accessories such as a M4 style collapsible stock, a M4 style carry handle and a suppressor, which is unfortunately not functional since it’s illegal in Canada. And as for the operation of the marker, it is a marker which has more kick than the ones we talk about earlier, but it is a very reliable and effective marker nonetheless. Next one up is the Tippmann Bravo One Elite ! The Tippmann Bravo One Elite is a mechanical marker with a blow-back operation system, like the Cronus. It is semi-automatic only and its barrel threads are 98 type. It’s available in black only and has a current price of 199,95$CAD + taxes. It is a really reliable marker, just like the Cronus because like I said earlier, they are all pretty much the same internally, except some minor differences, but in general they are the same. As for the look, it ressembles the tactical Cronus a lot, but the major difference between both is that this one is made out of aluminum, so it is even more rugged than the Cronus. There is also plenty of modifications available for this marker, such as the Cyclone, a different feeding system which we will discuss about later. And there is also the electronic grip or a response trigger which are two systems allowing you to have more advanced firing modes. Next up is its counterpart, the Sierra One. The Tippmann Sierra One is a relatively similar marker to its peer, the Bravo One Elite. In mechanical terms, they’re exactly the same. As you can see on the images, it is aesthetically that they’re different. So it is completely different than the Bravo One Elite. It is also made out of aluminum. As for the available colors, it is availabe in black, but also in tan. However, at two different prices : the black costs 225,95$CAD and the tan version costs 240,95$CAD. Following , is the Tippmann A-5. The Tippmann A-5 is a mechanical marker with a blow-back operation system. The basic version only offers the semi-automatic firing mode, but other versions offering different firing modes are also available at higher costs. The barrel threads are A-5 type. It is available in two colors (black and tan) at two different prices also. The black version costs 268,95$CAD and the tan version is 304,95$CAD. As for the marker itself, it is more than likely the most popular marker on the market for equipped players because it is heavy-duty (made out of aluminum) and it also offers the Cyclone, which is a feeding system working with paddles and an air return, making the paintballs rotate and ensuring there is always one ready to fire, in opposition to gravity loaders. There are also a ton of modifications available on the market, because it is marker which has been in production for a long time. So if you want to change its look, it is extremely easy. There are many models of stocks on the market, many types of shrouds, which are basically kits that goes onto it to change its appearance, many types of foregrips also, so it is really easy to customize it the way you want. Upcoming is the Tippmann TMC. We’re concluding with the Tippmann TMC, a mechanical marker with a blow-back operation system like all its fellow Tippmann markers we presented earlier. As for the firing mode, it is semi-automatic only. Barrel threads are 98 type. There is only one color combination available : the black and tan scheme and it sells for 276,95$CAD + taxes. The model itself is a revelation of late 2016 and without a doubt, our best seller in 2017. Why ? The major reason why is because it is an hybrid marker, so it can adapt to two different play styles. If you want an increased fire power, you can use a 200 round loader on top of the marker or if you want a more realistic approach, there are 19 rounds magazines to achieve these ends. If you want more informations on the TMC, we made a 43 minutes video which explains it really in details from the beginning to the end. So we will leave it in the description below the video. That way you can watch it directly. That’s all for today. I hope that we were able to help you with this subject. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us by phone, by email or on Facebook, no problem. See you next time !