pbrml.com/scoresheets – Direct Google Docs Link
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All of the gun above I have used multiple times. For the most part, the scores ago are my opinion, aside from categories Ergonomics and Desirability.
Scale: 1 is the worst, 10 is the best.
Sound: How loud is it? When comparing sound/loudness between guns, I think about which gun I have shot that is the loudest and which gun is the quietest and then I give the gun the appropriate score.
Kick: How much does a gun kick? Kick is done pretty much the same way as to sound.
Efficiency: How many shots does the marker get?
Ergonomics: How does the gun feel in the hands? This is very much dependent on preference, but I try to take a look at how I feel and what others are saying. For example, I do not like the Shocker XLS ergonomics but still gave it 2 extra points to make it a 6 instead of the 4 I would have given it because there are other people that like it. Ergonomics and Desirability are the only two categories that I look at other people’s opinions.
Reliability: Does the gun keep on shooting?
Easy of use: How easy is it to take apart?
Features: How many features do it have and are they good?
Value: Is it worth the money?
Desirability: Do people actually want it?
Date: Date gun was released, or as close as I can find.
Weight: Gun, stock barrel, and battery
Price: Price at release, may be different now.