The Azodin KD-II is an improvement on the Kaos-D. It uses a stacked tube blowback system and a revamped Zero-D low pressure system to increase efficiency and be gentler on paint.
Check out our most recent video review of the Azodin KD-II below.
We’re fans of the KD-II.
It’s relatively inexpensive—less than $200—and extremely reliable.
Additionally, the KD-II is easy to disassemble. We actually had a competition—check out the video—and compared the disassembly process to a Tippmann 98.
Based on our field testing, it’s not likely that taking the marker apart in the field will even be necessary. It was easy on paint in a variety of situations. We did have some breakage, but it was likely due to paint storage conditions rather than marker trouble.
Every shot was also consistent.
We definitely think that the Axodin KD II is one of the best paintball markers you can get for under $200. It’s the perfect upgrade to the Kaos-D and if you are looking for your first marker or a reliable “backup” you really can’t go wrong.