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SFC8907 Wednesday, December 28th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Tippmann 98 Custom - Comparable to this gun
Spider Compact - Not even close in quality to this gun

Marker Setup: GT2000, Smart Parts Progressive barrel, 20oz co2 tank, expansion chamber (brand unknown) (now my backup gun)
Stock WGP Trilogy Competition Autococker w/a 20 oz co2 tank (my main marker)
A new barrel to increase accuracy and to reduce the noise this marker makes. A good expansion chamber is a good idea because it not only gives you an extra grip, but also reduces shoot down, increases accuracy, and allows you to play in cooler weather without your gun freezing up.
Strengths: Quality materials/make
Simple design
Original verticle feed gun (thats a fact)
Weaknesses: A little heavy
No longer made
Review: My dad bought this gun because after buying me a paintball gun for Christmas and playing paintball at a field with me and some of his friends, decided that he wanted a marker of his own. He saw this one in a magazine ad and did his homework on it, finding that it got good reviews, sold with a "players kit" for fairly cheap, and liked the fact that the guy who built this took into account some problems plagueing other markers and eliminated them when he built the GT 2000. He ordered the gun from National Paintball Supply, and upon arrival couldn't wait to test it out. Seeing how well it performed I wanted one of my own, but lacking the funding had to wait. Eventually my dad gave me his GT because he just didn't use it enough and I played quite a bit. I have played numerous games of woodsball with this gun over the course of 5 or 6 years, and it has only failed me a few times and because of my own error I might add. Anytime I had any problems with this gun I would simply disassemble it (the design is so easy and simple to dissassemble/reassemble/figure out its not even funny), clean all the internal parts, replace the O-rings, give it a few drops of oil, and presto! The gun would be fixed and ready for some more a$$ kicking.
Conclusion: I would recomend this product to anyone who wants a good, reliable, semi-automatic marker for rec, or woods play. Its reliable, simple in design and operation, fairly cheap, and just an all-around good quality marker.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
QC MAD KID Saturday, June 16th, 2007 | 2:45 pm PST
what is the barrel thread

your_dog Saturday, October 18th, 2008 | 9:33 am PST
its got spyder thread

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