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The Gladiator Friday, June 16th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
2 years7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
2004 evo- ok, but i can shoot my fenix faster
tippman a-5- decent
tippman 98- i'd rather not talk about it
smart parts shoker w/ vision- pure sweetness(if dynasty uses them how bad can they be???)
Marker Setup: Spyder fenix
AKA 2.0 liter regulator
halo b with rip drive
stiffi carbon fiber barrel
macdev 45/4500 hpa tank
dye micro drop forward
dye sticky grips
Recommended
Upgrades:
BARREL!!!!
grips
BARREL!!!
stock reg is sub par at best
oh, and did i mention a new barrel?
Strengths: Highly durable
Good starting electro for new players
Can be customized
Loud
Weaknesses: Loud
Lack of colors
Regulator
Review: I've had my fenix for about a ear and a half to 2 years now, and it is a good gun for the money. i bought it when it first came out, so i have the two finger trigger. i like the straight ones better.
so lets cut the crap and get to the meat and potatoes......
Accuracy-
i dont like to dog things, but the stock barrel breaks more balls than my last girlfriend. i recomend the dye ultralite, or a stiffi. both barrles are worth the money. i havefound if you fire the gun without the barrel makes it sound way cool. lol
volume-
this gun is pretty loud. my stiffi dampens it down pretty nicely though. This gun is intimidating in speedball,(sort of) but it gives you away in woodsball.
weight- this is one of the heaviest guns i've shot, but it is very durable, and the body is strong aluminum i think. now that i shoot a shocker, this gun seems as heavy as my last girlfriend.
Regualtor-
the reg is a little off. like my last girlfriend. but it too, like my girlfriend, served it purpose.
people find this hard to belive, but the last time i played speedball it was shooting in crazy intervals like 159 275 220 then it jumped to 444. WTF IS THAT???? but i think it was because i set my pressure to low. all i did was turn it up, and it worked like a charm
Conclusion: This is a nice gun. epecially for begginers. people dog it sometimes b/c its a spyder, but im a good speedball player, and the gun worked great for me. this is my backup gun. im not saying in any way that this gun is as good as angels or egos, or dm5's, but in speedball all it takes is for one paintball to break on your opponent, and as long as you have a gun that can throw paint at your opponent, what can stop you?
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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