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Azodin Kaos Semi-Auto Paintball Marker Gun is the best gun under $100. The Azodin Kaos comes with a double detent housing that makes any hopper fit, whether electronic or gravity, fit fantastically well. The two finger trigger is very robust, with very little side to side play. To get more options you can see on PaintballGunDoc.

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