20 bps Cap
Good Battery life
Uses All Spyder Parts (Except Drops)
Out of box it has a low velocity. Won't go above 240 fps.
First Impressions: It comes in a very well made hard case, great for carrying and keeping safe. I prefer soft inside, rather then the molded plastic in this one, but it's still a good case. The barrel is extremely nice, better then many stock spyder barrels, very smooth inside and great porting and comes at a good length, 12 inches. Overall seemed like a good gun.
First Time shooting: Wow, I was amazed by how straight this gun shoots with the stock barrel. Also is pretty consistent with Co2 + / - 9 fps. With HPA it gets + / - 4 fps. Very easy to shoot ropes with, even stock. But getting a new trigger does wonders.
Reliability: I have never had two problems over 1 year. One the velocity wouldn't go above 240 fps so my range sucked, but thats nothing a $10 spring kit won't fix. Second was I had re-cocking problems, again an easy fix, all I had to do it oil it and I was good to go.
Features: This gun comes equipped with many nice features. First of all the cap on the board is 20 balls per second. Which is higher then it's spyder competitors. Has an auto turn off feature witch turns the board off after 20 minutes of no use. Has Multi up to 10 balls, Semi, Automatic up to 20 balls per second, and Nitro which is when you shoot over 3 bps it goes into auto. It has a game timer which will make your gun go into safety after a set number of minutes. It comes with a regulator stock, which is a decent one. Also there is no need to use an elbow.
Overall this is a great gun, I would recommend it to anyone.