It depends on what your definition of "good" is. The vibe was designed to bring the performance of an electropneumatic down to the price and simplicity level of entry markers. It's a simple and dependable gun that performs very well. It's not as upgradeable as a BT or rough and tough as a tippmann but for entry level speed ball or rec ball its great.
The vibe is a decent marker. It is very cost effiective, easy to clean, and a good starter gun. The real appeal is the fact that it can run off of CO2 and High Pressure easily.
Yes, with proper maintenance and not too much damage the Smart Parts vibe will work very well for a long time.
a cheap good one is the smart parts vibe and for a little more the azodin blitz. the vibe shoots 11bps and costs $160 with ship. the blitz shoots 20bps for $170 with ship. i suggest the blitz though.
It is a clone of the SP vibe, and it is currently for sale.
its a good starter gun
12 and up
for woodsball yes its a good gun but not so much for speedball
The purpose of a paintball gun is to fire paintball pellets, to mark opponents in the game of paintball.
the Rs is a good reliable design.
It depends on the amount of FPS (feet per second) the gun is firing at. But a good paintball gun will leave a good scar at a point blank distance. Any further than that and it will leave a welt.
A paintball marker is a paintball gun. It is just called a marker instead of a gun.
It depends on what you are comparing it with.
No, do not expose your paintball gun to water.
No. The state of Ohio did not invent the paintball gun.