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paintballcac Friday, December 30th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
tippmann A-5
Spyder Xtra
View loader Orion
view loader prodigy
Marker Setup: Piranha R6
32* 6 stage x-chamber
PMI vertical adapter
14" smart parts progressive barrel
32* low pressure chamber
Piranha venturi bolt
macro line kit
custom cherry grips
as above plus on/off and drop forward
Strengths: Durable, simple, easy to clean/maintian
accurate and reliable
Weaknesses: Looks wise, my gun is black and came with this really ugly silver body kit.
Review: It's a great gun, my friends and I all bought markers at the same time, from Wallmart, Canadian Tire, E-Bay, Amazom and paintball-online. We all bought entry level mechanical markers. With my upgrades I own these guys on the field and I'm no better of a player than any of them. My gun has never broken down and in a case of balls I break maybe 4 or 5 balls. And because this gun is a spyder clone upgrades are everywhere
Conclusion: It's a great gun, I'd gladly go up against anyone elses mechanical marker. the smartparts barrel was the best money I spent. 9/10 nothings perfect
9 out of 10

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