Best Speedball Guns
Ease of Use
A good speedball marker should be user-friendly and simple to operate. These types of paintball gun are more stripped-back in their design when compared to other models. You should be looking for markers that are easy to operate and fire, every time. An ergonomic grip will also ensure you handle your marker effectively at all times.
Should your marker require on-the-spot maintenance, you want a speedball gun that can be disassembled quickly. Look for models that require no tools to break down, allowing you to get to the root of any problem in seconds. The last thing you want when playing speedball is to be caught short by enemy fire as you work to clear out a clog.
The Dangerous Power G5 Spec-R is an ideal choice of marker for those looking to keep light on their feet during speedball sessions. This frame of the marker is incredibly sleek and lightweight, ensuring it will not weigh you down during long gameplay sessions. The 14-inch barrel is a particularly impressive addition, with the two-pieced construction and micro-honed construction providing you with more precise firing action. Combined, the barrel and frame come in at just over 1.7 pounds, making this marker a very lightweight option that does not skimp on essential function.
Another standout feature of this marker is the Ogled Profiler board, which includes a fully programmable Parker set point. A hose-free inline regulator provides consistent firing performance, while the trigger frame itself has been rebalanced for precision. The milled finish of the trigger also makes this a very user-friendly option, while also enhancing overall firing precision. The full metal construction and polished finish makes the G5 Spec-R a very attractive addition to your paintballing arsenal.
The Gunslinger Mini GS from Empire is one of the newest additions to the market in this list. You can expect superb performance at all times with this marker, thanks to the inclusion of a pressure controlled poppet engine. By utilising high pressure air to fire, you dispense with the need for bulkier air tanks which might impede your speedball performance. This marker also boasts integrated break-beam anti-chop eyes, while the front grip supports Redline OLED boards. The micro-honed barrel is made from aluminium, providing you with superior firing performance and high levels of accuracy, with none of the excess weight which might slow you down.
This marker utilises through-grip air transfer, eliminating the need for external air hoses. Empire have gone to great lengths to eliminate excess weight here, providing you with core firing functionality and easy handling one neat package. The general build quality of this speedball marker is exceptional, ensuring it will hold up well after repeated use. The eye-catching colourway will also impress, with the polished red coordinating very nicely with the polished aluminium of the barrel and black of the grips.
If you have enjoyed success at speedball with the Dye DSR and M3 series, you should definitely consider giving the M3+ a try. This is a premium choice of marker with a price tag to match, but if you have the budget to play with, this is definitely something you should consider investing in. The Dye M3+ has been designed with ease of use in mind, combining simple operation with impressive levels of performance that even the most expensive speedball marker swill struggle to match. The M3+ utilises a FL-21 bolt system, allowing for smooth and reliable operation. This bolt system also reduces overall firing noise, making the marker a good option for those looking for a stealthy choice of paintball weapon. The eye pipe has been redesigned for enhanced durability, while the ASA has also been refined.
As with most markers from Dye, the M3+ is a very user-friendly choice that boasts some seriously impressive ergonomics. The lightweight nature of this marker and its comfortable grips will allow you to manoeuvre around at speed in any environment, while superb balance makes taking aim for precise firing a breeze.
Keep light on your feet without compromising on firepower and performance with the Maddog Spyder Fenix electronic paintball gun. This marker has been designed with speedball in mind, with a sleek frame design and lightweight build that will ensure you are not bogged down by unnecessary bulk. A patented and air efficient Eko Valve System means you can carry less compressed air in your tank without sacrificing too much when it comes to firing potential. The integral anti-chop eye system is also functional across all firing modes. This marker includes a LEAP II circuit board, which boasts a rear-facing colour access mode display for ease of use.
This efficient marker can be powered by CO2 and compressed air alike, ensuring no issues when it comes to refilling your tanks at the field. An adjustable inline regulator also allows you to fine-tune this marker to your liking and playing preferences. This reliable marker will also appeal to those who put a high value on aesthetics. The dark grey and metallic red housing is a stylish combination, ensuring this marker will instantly elevate your speedball arsenal.
The Empire Paintball Mini GS might be stripped-back in appearance, but it scores top marks for reliability and performance. This marker has a pressure controlled poppet engine, delivering first-rate performance at all times. If you are looking for consistent firing performance with minimal chance of blockages, the Mini GS will definitely appeal. This marker also features integrated break-break anti-chop eyes as standard. The fore grip is another nice touch, keeping the trigger and internal components of your marker protected from the elements, while also ensuring a firmer grip on the weapon itself.
This compact marker is lightweight enough that it will not impede your performance while playing speedball. It is also a very user-friendly option when it comes to maintenance. You only need two hex wrenches to hand to remove all screws throughout the body of this marker. On-the-spot maintenance can therefore be carried out quickly and easily, even in the middle of gameplay. More in-depth repairs and upgrades are equally straightforward. The finish of the Mini GS will also entice, with the stripped-back aesthetics and choice of colourways giving this marker a broad appeal.
There is plenty to get excited about with the Dye Rize CZR. This reliable marker is an ideal choice for speedball, with a slate of exciting features that make this particularly robust and reliable when it comes to firing performance. This marker is one of the more affordable options in this list and designed with the entry-level market in mind, but it does not skimp on functionality and features. This marker has an anti-chop break beam eye system which, combined with an integrated LED circuit board, sets this speedball gun apart from comparable models on the market.
This speedball marker also offers four distinct tournament firing modes, each with adjustable rates of fire. This allows you to fine-tune the firing performance of your marker to accommodate playing preferences. It also ensures this marker is suitable for most tournament games and keeps in line of rules and regulation. The new and improved Fuzio bolt kit operates at a lower PSI than previous models from the manufacturer, providing you with smoother and quieter operation. It also improves upon air efficiency.
If you can afford to shell out a little more for a speedball marker, the Planet Eclipse GTEK 170R is worth considering. This speedball marker utilises the innovative Gamma Core drivetrain found in other models from the manufacturer, providing you with a speedball gun that goes above and beyond when it comes to reliable firing and performance. All the essentials for a quality speedball marker can be expected here. The low-profile design and lightweight build ensures you remain mobile and quick on your feet during speedball sessions, while the rugged construction ensures it will hold up well to intensive gameplay scenarios. This marker operates at a relatively low PSI, ensuring smooth function and quieter operation. This makes it particularly useful when you wish to deploy stealth during gameplay.
The hoseless air transfer system also eliminates surplus weight from the overall design, while the fore grip protects the trigger and internal components of the market from external moisture. The GTEK 170R might not be the cheapest speedball marker around, but it is a very versatile model that will suit the needs of the beginner and more experienced player alike.
The Etha 2 from Planet Eclipse is a budget-friendly option for those looking to gain the edge at speedball. As with other standout designs from Planet Eclipse, the Etha 2 utilises the iconic Gamma Core drivetrain, while the overall build quality makes it an ideal option for those looking to play in a wide variety of environments. This robust marker will handle frozen temperatures and scorching summer days alike with ease. The durable composite housing makes the marker a particularly lightweight choice, while the internal components are made from aircraft-grade aluminium. This superior form of aluminium is particularly welcome as it both durable and incredibly lightweight.
When it comes to speedball play itself, the Etha 2 will perform well, every time. The spaced-out grip design makes it easy to handle for a wide variety of players, while the lighter carrying weight eliminates the chance of fatigue during day-long sessions. The natural balance of this marker also makes it very easy to manoeuvre with, while precise aiming ensures you will hit your target with relative ease.
The Axe 2.0 paintball gun from Empire makes an ideal addition to your arsenal if you are looking to gain the edge at speedball. The Axe 2.0 builds upon the success of the previous model from Empire, but goes even further to reduce carrying weight. Compared to the previous generation of Axe paintball markers, the Axe 2.0 is ten percent lighter. If you have previously enjoyed the benefits of Empire’s lightweight speedball markers, you can look forward to even better results in agility with the Axe 2.0.
This marker utilises a Shockwave board that allows to quickly adjust firing modes. There are four distinct firing modes on offer here, including semi-automatic, full automatic firing, ramp firing and burst firing modes. With such variety on offer, this marker is just the ticket for all speedball gameplay scenarios. This marker is also a good choice for those looking to worry less about maintenance and repairs and concentrate on the game at hand. A push button bolt removal system allows you to access the internal elements of your speedball gun in moments, without the need for complex tools and time-consuming adjustments.