That depends on how much you are willing to spend and whether or not you want instant full auto or nxl full auto. Autococker Trilogies are good guns and they use the NXL auto, while if I was going to get a new gun right now I would get the Tippmann X7 Phenom it is semi or instant full auto.
Two excelent markers in this category are the Azodin Blitz and the Smart Parts Vibe.
Both are compact speed ball style markers, with regulators, eyes, adjustable double triggers and ramping full auto.
The Blitz is $170 a blow-back poppet marker that:
Can shoot faster
has a simpler design
is more durable
Can run on straight Co2
The Vibe is a $150 Spool valve marker that:
Will shoot smoother
has upgradeable board
"best" is a matter of opinion but my personal picks are either the spyder fenix or azodin blitz both at around $150 and have everything you would want in an entry level e-marker.
Smart Parts Vibe
tippmann army projet salvo is a very nice marker and it is 150
There is no such thing as the "best" paintball marker. Anything over $700 is mainly preference. If you don't want to spend that much on a paintball marker, markers such as the Dangerous Power G3, Proto SLG, or Azodin Blitz are all great for the price. Also keep these two things in mind: Nowadays lower end markers ($200-$350) can compete with the ultra high- end ones ($1000-$1500+) fine. Also, the marker does not make the player. No matter how much money you put into your marker, it will not make you a better player.
Its simply the 98 with a shroud and stock. For a beginner marker it is very durable marker. but compared to most $200 and $300 dollar guns it is not "good"
Pressure in a paintball marker is usually referring to the tank, or the gun itself. Only HPA tanks come in variable pressures (3000-4500-5000 psi). The other pressure is controlled by a regulator, which is the operating pressure (150~200 psi) which is the pressure kept needed to fire and re-cock the gun.
There is no paintball gun that runs on only 200 psi.
An Ion is short for the marker, the smart parts "ION." It is an electro-pneumatic marker with impulse barrel threads, ion feedneck threads, and reverse threaded regulator threads. The classic ion cost about $200, where the new ION XE costs about $220.
Most paintball guns use an above hopper instead of magazines or clips like firearms. The standard hopper holds 200 rounds. Most magazines for paintball sim-markers are 30 rounds. No paintball guns use clips.
The Whistler XTR-550 has received excellent ratings in the under $200 range.
A paintball gun is several magnitudes stronger then a Nerf gun. A paintball travels at around 200 mph, where a Nerf gun is around 10.
Singer is the standard in sewing machines, and make several good ones under $200.
The Canon PowerShot is the best camera under $200. It has 12.1 megapixels, 4 x optical zoom, and optical image stabilization.
The DirecTV DVR's are under $200 and can even do HDTV programming, which makes them a great choice for a DVR on a budget.