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NateMac13 Monday, May 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
2 years1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Spyder Victor -- the model 83 is made a little more cheap and there are no upgrades for the model 83. Shooting the same paint with both of these guns is roughly the same. The Victor shoots a little more accurate.
Marker Setup: 3A Invincible E Power electronic gun
Viewloader Revolution electronic feeding hopper
I don't think there are any upgrades for the Point Zero.
Strengths: I bought mine very cheap. Accurate with good paint.
Weaknesses: Loud. No upgrades. Doesn't shoot cheap paint accurate. Some are very over-priced.
Review: I bought the Point Zero Model 83 as my first paintball gun. It's lasted for 3 years, although I don't use it anymore. I think it's a good gun for a little kid to go out and play with, although there are better guns for them. It shoots accurte if you have some decent paint. If you have cheap paint, this thing will shoot them all over the place, which is partly the cheap paint's fault. I wouldn't spend more than $35-$40 on it. It's a good entry gun for a youngster if you can find a cheap one.
Conclusion: It did good for my first gun, I was pleased with it. If you're trying to find a cheap gun for a newbie, I'd recommend the Point Zero Model 83, the Spyder Victor, or a Black Maxx....they're pretty much the same quality. Although if you ever want to upgrade the gun you get....get the Spyder. There are no upgrades that I know of for the Point Zero.
7 out of 10

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