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Stevo88 Monday, May 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
2 years
Products Used:
Spyder Imagine, Angel Speed, TL Plus
Marker Setup: EM1 with smart parts gadget gas-through grip, check it products tuctite drop forward, nitro(you have to use nitro), 16 " dye ultralite screw in,(but a 14 or 12 inch would probably work good, i like the 16" because its easier to wrap around bunkers)EvolutionII (Egg) definatly need at least an egg if you have a fast trigger
Must have a godd hopper, i chopped with a 12 volt revy with vortex, i recomend an egg, better barrel my ultralite works awsome, the bolt is fine and can keep up with at least 17balls a second
Strengths: Acurrate with better barrel, quick, quiet, good starter gun
Weaknesses: No weaknesses, a little heavy
Review: Its a great gun, what else is there to say, get this gun if you have a little cash to use and if you are pretty serious about playing paintball, if you are not that serious i suggest getting an imagine or some other electic spyder, don't settle for a semi auto not electric, or you'll find yourself covered in paint
Conclusion: If you get this gun put the upgrades i told you about and you will be very satified with its performance
10 out of 10

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