Completly Electro pneumatic
Can easily do 30BPS
Looks TIGHT...VERY sleek
This is an AMAZING piece of work!!!!! Once you buy this and set it up you will be welcomed to the world of "HIGH END" markers. This will turn you into a completly electro pneumatic marker. It's EXACTLY the same as an intimidator. The only thing different about how it works is it just uses one spring to return the ram/bolt rather than air like a Timmy. So this uses a little less air than a Timmy even. I was amazed when I set it up and fired it the 1st time. It is SO amazingly quiet. There is no more worry about your Spyder sounding like a FU*IN CANON! This is INSANLY quiet. The Speed on this is CRAZY!! Absolutly insane!
I used to get embarassed when my Spyder would "burp" on the field because of the noise. Sence the marker is ALWAYS cocked even when there is no air in it , it doesn't burp. The bolt just wiggles a little bit and it quietly goes pssst. The only time it will do this is when you run out of air. You prolly will have to mod the VA that it comes with because it get caught up on the top tube. Its an easy fix just take 150grit sand paper to the top of it.
You dont have to have a marker with TONS of moving parts in it now! No striker, no spring, no buffer none of that nonsence. Just a ram and a little spring. YES thats it! Yup, thats less weight too!
This is also nice because it comes with its own regulator which is ok. I wouldnt reccomend using the drop because its pretty small and for somepeople (including me) it cross threads your tanks threads which isn't cool at all.
It has a LED screen which is easy to read and has tons of modes and dwell settings and everything.
WOW is all I can say. I got this for $170. I would have payed $600 for it thats how worth it is.
Now when people say what marker you have you can say its a Timmy. Its not a Spyder its just a Spyder body!!!
Plastic tigger frame (durrable though)
Have to mod the VA
other than that NOTHING
heavy trig. pull (easy fix w/ a switch mod take about 10 min)
This is an AMAZING piece of work! LOVE IT!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, August 18th, 2004 at 11:15 am PST