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TrendySlide Monday, April 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Spyder Fenix
Spyder Victor
Spyder E-99
Gameface Vexor
Tippman A-5
SmartParts ION (only fiddled around with @ paintball store)
Marker Setup: Spyder Fenix(not ACS)
14" J&J ceramic
Empire Reloader
AlamocutyPB Delrin bolt

Gameface Vexor Eye
Apex Barrel
AlamocityPB Delrin Bolt
Empire Reloader
E-hopper is a must
New barrel
Delrin Bolt
Strengths: FAST AS F***
No chops
Light weight
Weaknesses: The trigger is a sloppy, but that's a easy fix.
Review: OK, so i WAS going to buy a Spyder MR2. But my criteria for a gun was Eyes and capable of atleast 20bps. I found it in the in the Vexor Eye.

I JUST got done testing this out in my backyard. And i can tell you right now, This thing is a BLAST. And is definatly better than my Fenix and WAYYYYY better than my friend's e-99 and Tippman A-5. As you can tell by my "similair products used" i play around with A LOT of guns. Trying them out testing ect. The only gun i have NOT fired in that list would be the ION. I simply got to mess with it at the store. But never shot balls through it.

The gun is simply amazing for the cost. It's costes about $185 that is with taxes added and everything. It comes with a 2 piece barrel, nice drop, twist clamp feedneck, and eyes. All that i just mentioned would cost you $75-$100 alone. So it already is a money saver. Almost all the spyders on the market don't come with half of those and they cost about $50 more than the Vexor Eye.

So already it's good.

I gas her up, throw on my j&j and put some cheap balls in (Triax Patriot balls) my Empire Reloader and i go into my backyard and RIP. And rip some more, and rip some more. I was laughing cause i was having so much fun. You wanna talk about a nice string of paint comin at yah The vexor eye can deliver. after 500 balls i had ZERO breaks. The eyes worked great. I mean, why bother not using the eyes? That's jus silly.

This gun is by far MUCH MORE SUPERIOR than any spyder, The only Spyder that can possibly compete would be the Electra w/ Eyes, But the vexor eye can probaly shoot just as fast and it has eyes, and it costes half the price. Vexor Eye > Electra w/ Eyes

if you have any quesitons feel free to ask me in PM form or through comments. I'm more than willing to answer any questions anyone might have with this gun.

A lot of people asked if the the vexor eye 2 piece barrel was compatable with other spyder threaded barrels and it is. I threw on my apex barrel and made it a 14"-15" Apex barrel. I probaly would never use it, But i jus wanted to clarify that Spyder barrel kits WILL work.

It did not, however, allow my j&j ceramic to thread all the way on, I have ZERO idea why, but the j&j simply didn't work. But the APEX barrel worked jus dandy and i'm pretty sure most other barrels will as well.

I will edit more often with more information as i continue to mess around with and play with this gun. Until then, it's stilla 10 in my books.
Conclusion: any questons? Read the review!

More questions? Send a PM or leave a comment.

I give this gun a 10 for being, imo, the best gun under the $200 price range. and IMHO, it can easily compete with guns in the $3-400 price range.

Vexor Eye FTW
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, April 11th, 2006 at 11:40 am PST

Review Comments
Pattywhack9 Wednesday, June 28th, 2006 | 11:47 am PST
How do you fix the trigger??

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