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~xChronusx~ Friday, August 6th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Any Electronic Frame for spyder/clones
Higher Ended airRams such as Matrix/Timmy
Marker Setup: Custom Body - 6160 Aluminum (Milled and Powdercoated Black to Yellow Fade)
The One Kit
DYE 12" Titanium Barrel Back with 4 interchangeable tips
Shocktech Drop with 32* OnOff
Shocktech SupaFly Delrin Bolt (Top Cock version)
MacDev Gladiator Inline Reg
Steel Braided Hose with Brass fittings (nickle plated)
Eye to be installed soon with custom eye cover
Diablo Hellfire has been shot through this marker only.
Strengths: No longer a open-bolt blowback
AirRam pnuematics
Achievable 16 BPS
Weaknesses: slight drop off under long duration of firei
Small leaks
Mildly uncomfortable sized frame,
Review: Overall this is nothing but my toy marker, the one I carry for others to use if there marker goes down. It started as a project just for the s*** and giggles aspect of building something that no one else had locally. I was impressed with the gang when I met them at MGO 2004, and felt the time they spent with me as a player and as a tech was very honest and sincere.not just trying to blow smoke. The gun works very nicely and I have occasions where it is my choice for practice for the day, but I still spend most of my time shooting my 2 angels. I do like the "cocker" style of shooting that I get from the One kit on the spyder clone.and it handles very different to someone who is used to lobbing paint from an angel/mag style of play.

Conclusion: If you have the money and you dont want to invest at least $550 for a new gun, this is a fantastic choice to go with.

Hope this was helpful, and if you have any Qs or me directly.
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, August 6th, 2004 at 11:17 pm PST

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