spyder tl-r with nyte stikk, c.a.m.d. electronic trigger, and halo b
electronic trigger new barrel and electronic hopper
The spyder tl-r is like the spyder tl-x except better. when i went paintblalling it was raining and muddy but the gun still worked fine. Its been stepped on and is still good its really durable. This gun has really good accuracy. From 150'away i was hitting a 1'x1' target 8 out of 10 times. It has good distance and shoots straight most of the time.
I would recommend the spyder tl-r for begginners and even intermediate players. Im giving this gun a 10 out of 10.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 25th, 2004 at 6:35 pm PST
thehalo you need to fix your review i belive good distance makes no sense all guns have the same unless they are equiped with a flatline. mabye you should change it to good accuracy because this gun is fairly accurate w8 nvm you said that already and comon theres a few more strengths than one (distance doesnt count / /)
Is there anywhere else to get this gun because I really don't want to spend $200 on a package of equipment I already have and mine is probably better anyway. If not I'm gonna get a TL-X or something for a backup gun.
o yea, and uhh, sorry, but hardly anyone uses a semi after they get decent, unless its a impulse or similar. if ur gonna get another spyder, go wit the mr1 for semi and a electra w/ eyes if u can afford it for auto
Electronic trigger is a must for this gun, and with that comes the elctronic hopper, vuloader evulution is recomended, the one that looks like the egg, and an acs bolt will be needed for the trigger, cause it breaks balls like thier goin outta style without the bolt. Fortunataly i have the C.A.M.D and the rate of fire is adjustable, but if you don't gotta have an acs bolt.
quote:Originally posted by PbBob thehalo you need to fix your review i belive good distance makes no sense all guns have the same unless they are equiped with a flatline. mabye you should change it to good accuracy because this gun is fairly accurate w8 nvm you said that already and comon theres a few more strengths than one (distance doesnt count / /)
Actually higher end, lower pressure markers seem to have better accuracy and they cycle more smoothly. Just had to point that out.
Last edited on Thursday, September 21st, 2006 at 5:27 pm PST
Now take it easy on me guys I have only been doing this for a few months, I not a paintball gooroo like you all. I have a Spider Sniper TL-R I got at Dicks (By the way I paid $125.00 for the marker,12oz. tank, mask, & hopper). I love this marker. I play every sunday all day and it has never chopped a ball. If I use tork balls it will fire strait and true and like the other guy said, they can take a beating. What I want to know is where can I get an electronic trigger for it. In the heat of combat I average about 7 to 10 balls a sec. manually and would like to improve that, but not looking for an automatic.