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blackpaint Tuesday, January 31st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested19 of 21 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
all models of spyder(semi-auto blowbacks) electronic and not
same design and flaws in blowback design
Marker Setup: 1 dm3 w/tadao board,sidewinder, stock shocktech bolt kit 3a 68/4500, empire b
1 shocktech dm3 w/ vaporworks board, sidewinder and evolve kit ,pmi 68/4500, empire b
j&j edge kit
cp 14"
j& 16" ceramic
Recommended
Upgrades:
as with any marker i recommend going to compressed air it is better for the marker in the long run not always the cheapest but definitely better and if that is the case as always i recommend a sidewinder, now i noticed in some of the reviews before that people made a comment about not being able to add a reg onto it, that is not true a cp reg will fit perfect or with a little help from a dremel in about 15 min you can have a sidewinder in there
Strengths: Fast easy to walk trigger, good appealing solid design of the body
Weaknesses: Some barrels wont fit (cp,empire twister)
Review: The electronics in the gun seemed faster than most i have tested, and for the woods player the select fire could come in handy no remembering dip settings or led colors, the trigger was easy to walk with a little adjustment, gun setup seemed very flexible to style obviously kingman had one in mind when this gun left the design table but everything is removeable stock, front foregrip so this gun might see a speedball feild with a little help but as a milsim gun it serves its purpose it is very solid well built gun put up next to the sp8 and the mx8 i choose the mr2 without looking at the tags and it is the cheapest out of all three i have seen quite a few guns roll off the assembly line at kingman over the years and this has to be one of there best
Conclusion: I would recommend this gun to any beginners or anybody who is just looking to add some looks in there game i would definitely hand them a mr2 and for that i will give it a 10 out of 10
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
infamous killa Monday, May 8th, 2006 | 6:26 pm PST
ive owned the mr 2 for about 2 months and my buddy owns a bt-4, first of all these guns are used for completely diffrent types of games, thge mr-2 is a grat speed ball gun even though it chops balls, but the bt not even being fully automatic choppes balls aswell. don't get me wrong the bt has amazing accuracy but is not compact my buddy always gets shot in the gun, the bt is mad for woodsball. i recomend the mr 2 to players who like to sneak around. the, gun is accurate but not from to far away. i recommend the bt for snipping, i guess its what ur most into thats why i choose the mr 2, plus the automatic is a bonus. and im not a one sided person the bt is definitly sick aswell. their both head to head, and about the same price. aslong as u can sneak around well enough and get inside the accuracy range it wont make a diffrence on what gun u buy, it just comes down to looks.
   

Humboldt Hitman Wednesday, May 10th, 2006 | 2:54 pm PST
yeah right dude, bt's are a joke. lol. any spyder would smoke a bt. i could smoke a bt with a brass eagle maurauder.
   

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