It all depends on if are a casual player or are you going to become a diehard player? Most paintball fields will rent you the equipment that you would need to play. I would recommend that you do that first to see what you can expect to purchase, if you want to be a paintball player. You can go to your nearest Wal-Mart store here in the USA and pick up a reasonable Marker term used for paintball guns that would meet most of your needs. You can also order on line. Talk to some of the players at the field most will freely give you what they feel is needed and why.
It's going to all come down to preference because there are many different types of paintball guns. It all depends on the type of paintball that you would be playing. If you are able to go to a field you may want to ask some people if you can try out their paintball gun to see what you like. You can also head over to the TechPB forums (http://www.techpb.com/forum/) and see what paintball players from all over have to say because many people have asked this question before.
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