The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

Post by AndreK » Wed, 28 Apr 1999 04:00:00


Hey everybody,
A friend of mine is considering getting a Rainmaker 99.  Is this a wise
decision?  If not, why not?  Thanks for your time.
AndreKid
 
 
 

The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

Post by Alan Mollic » Thu, 29 Apr 1999 04:00:00

ditto!
Quote:

> well, personally, if I were thinking about buying a gun like the rainmaker,
> I would save up the extra money and get a mag or something...



> > Hey everybody,
> > A friend of mine is considering getting a Rainmaker 99.  Is this a wise
> > decision?  If not, why not?  Thanks for your time.
> > AndreKid


 
 
 

The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

Post by Duy Nguye » Thu, 29 Apr 1999 04:00:00

 To those of you who own a 99 Rainmaker, how does it compare to other guns
in its price range?  cocker, mag?
Quote:

>ditto!


>> well, personally, if I were thinking about buying a gun like the
rainmaker,
>> I would save up the extra money and get a mag or something...



>> > Hey everybody,
>> > A friend of mine is considering getting a Rainmaker 99.  Is this a wise
>> > decision?  If not, why not?  Thanks for your time.
>> > AndreKid


 
 
 

The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

Post by Michael Geronim » Thu, 29 Apr 1999 04:00:00

Howdy all-
I purchased my 99 Rainmaker a little over a month ago and I don't regret it a
bit. I comparisson with price, it's about the same as a mag or a***er, but in
comparisson with performance, many compare it to the Shocker.  I personally
would take the Rainmaker over a mag or a***er, but that is ONLY personally
preferance. My decision was made after shooting a 98 Rainmaker. The new one has
select fire, a new ported barrel and 9 volt conversion. I have been very pleased
at the accuracy and the speed of the trigger. I have also recieved multiple
compliments on the performance by***er, Shocker and Angel owners. Don't get me
wrong, though- I love***ers. One thing to consider with a mag- If it get's
anywhere near cold where you play, you will probably have to get nitro because
it tends to suck on CO2. Later
Mike Geronime
99 Rainmaker #3366
President UMD Paintball Club
 
 
 

The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

Post by Andrew Hubbart » Thu, 29 Apr 1999 04:00:00

so are you gonna be able to field a full team for the next MICT? or will
you be needing help again?
Andy
Quote:

> Howdy all-
> I purchased my 99 Rainmaker a little over a month ago and I don't regret it a
> bit. I comparisson with price, it's about the same as a mag or a***er, but in
> comparisson with performance, many compare it to the Shocker.  I personally
> would take the Rainmaker over a mag or a***er, but that is ONLY personally
> preferance. My decision was made after shooting a 98 Rainmaker. The new one has
> select fire, a new ported barrel and 9 volt conversion. I have been very pleased
> at the accuracy and the speed of the trigger. I have also recieved multiple
> compliments on the performance by***er, Shocker and Angel owners. Don't get me
> wrong, though- I love***ers. One thing to consider with a mag- If it get's
> anywhere near cold where you play, you will probably have to get nitro because
> it tends to suck on CO2. Later
> Mike Geronime
> 99 Rainmaker #3366
> President UMD Paintball Club

 
 
 

The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

Post by Michael Geronim » Fri, 30 Apr 1999 04:00:00

Sup Andy!!!
Actually, I won't be able to make it next year- I'll be over in England all year...So
are you going to play next year?
 
 
 

The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

Post by Andrew Hubbart » Fri, 30 Apr 1999 04:00:00

i hope to.  hopefully i'll be good enough to make the team so i won't have
to help out a newbie team, not that i minded... ;)

Quote:

> Sup Andy!!!
> Actually, I won't be able to make it next year- I'll be over in England all year...So
> are you going to play next year?

 
 
 

The Rainmaker 99: A good gun?

Post by Todd Anderso » Mon, 24 May 1999 04:00:00

You have never used a rainmaker then.
Try one out befor you knock it  and I mean shoot one with paint ball in the
hopper at a game.  dry fire in your local store dont count.

Quote:
> well, personally, if I were thinking about buying a gun like the
rainmaker,
> I would save up the extra money and get a mag or something...



> > Hey everybody,
> > A friend of mine is considering getting a Rainmaker 99.  Is this a wise
> > decision?  If not, why not?  Thanks for your time.
> > AndreKid