Only brass eagle I've ever used, and will be the last.
Spyder Xtra with 14" Dye Ultralite Barrel, Kingman ACS Bolt
A match and something to strike it on, because if you tried to upgrade all of the weaknesses you would end up spending about three times as much as you paid for the marker itself.
Well, the price is next to nothing; I bought it for $15.
Pretty much everything else.
This is the first gun I ever owned so the only reason I bought it was because I was looking to start cheap, and at $15 this was definitely cheap enough for me. First off, it chops about 80% of the time. A new barrel could fix this but I wouldn't waste your money if I were you because that's not the only weakness. Its noise level is comparable to that of a real gun, and I am NOT exagerrating. It isn't the lightest gun even for its size which is smaller than pretty much any other marker on the market. It leaks like a Russian racehorse. Seriously, it leaks more than a JT. Still, for the price this is a great gun to start/practice with, and that is the only thing keeping from a one out of ten, and the size, even though is not proportional to the weight, keeps it from a two.
I would not recommend this for anyone but for someone who is just getting into paintball or just looking for a cheap gun to practice with. It is also very small making it easy to carry even though it isn't too light. Those two points raise it two rating points.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 30th, 2005 at 8:55 pm PST