98 custom reg/pro
pm6 (The others don't compare)
vs2 black ricochet appache 68/4500 dxs black vantage linear barrel 07 proto gear redz 4+3 envy harnes
barrel kit/ good .689 barrel if your cheap
Comes with good reg / on/off , easy use board, clean , awsome trigger
Eyes not available in 3-round burst
This is not $250 I payed $180 for it in october. I you payed more than $190 at most for the base kingman version you got jipped.
I was able to rip easily on this marker after adjusting the trigger to my preferance. When my apache's batteries died I used a grav feed to test the eyesand they were perfect.
Feel smore balanced than my bro ion . It is not lighter thanthe ion I have changed my opinion butit is barely noticable when fully loaded up. This is a great buy.
The standard barrel was pretty accurate for a stock one but anyone could use a kit
eyes not available in 3-round burst it says this in the manual but the light switch to eyes when I tried to but I didn't test if it shot like that cuz I had no air
edit the eyes are not available in 3 round
also if your vs2 is not shooting make sure you didn't put the trigger to far out
on/off works fine
edit when the power is low It is almost too late when the lights start blinking expect like at most 50 shots more
That other guy says his egg double feeds but when I used my bro I didn't have that problem. He should send it in thats what the warranty is for, if something on your marker is of inferior quality kingman replaces it. The trigger might feel fragile but it is not it's solid
Edit The front grip can be replaced trinity has released a new front block for the vs and their own custom vs. Also More companies are working on board for the vs
Also for vs versus ion the vs is faster stock in semi auto but the ion does have things like ramping and full auto youmay want to consider. Although the vs has a better stock trigger and is much easier to service because it's a blowback. The vs also can be oiled (don't oil the delrin bolt just things like the striker orings) with cheaper 3 in1 oils like gold cup as opposed to the ion in which one should use dow33 to protect the electronics. My bro ion is running at 170 with no internal upgrades while my vs is running at180 stock. If you plan on upgrading a lot get the ion because it has a well established base but if you can wait get the vs2.
You'll know and see for your self
10 for price when it has so much stock
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, January 15th, 2007 at 2:42 pm PST
the VS markers do come with a built in mini reg. the board on the VS2 shoots 25bps and it has semi and it does have 3rd burst but thats it. you can download the whole manual off of kingmans website. it actually seems to be alot like every other spyder of course. by the internals. however the balanced valve, reg, and lightened striker are good buys. i still this this gun is worth it to get. especially for the price, and i think it is already giving the ion a run for its money. :-) yay.
quote:Originally posted by drummerboy1864 the VS markers do come with a built in mini reg. the board on the VS2 shoots 25bps and it has semi and it does have 3rd burst but thats it. you can download the whole manual off of kingmans website. it actually seems to be alot like every other spyder of course. by the internals. however the balanced valve, reg, and lightened striker are good buys. i still this this gun is worth it to get. especially for the price, and i think it is already giving the ion a run for its money. :-) yay.
Don't forget the reg is on a dovetail and is also part of the stock on/off. From what i've heard, aftermarket companies are already working on upgrades for the VS series.
If someone makes a new board, i'm sure we'll see more options.
Could you compare it to the ion more, seeing as you have one, and I know alot of people would like to hear how it compares. Because we all know that the VS series looks cooler and come stock with more features.
well i was looking through a add of action pursuit games for the spyder vs3 and it said can be used with both co2 and HPA, so im not sure. it'd be nice if it ran with co2 though
I am sure it would not hurt the marker to be used with co2, probably a good idea to consider using antisiphoned co2 though so it is not as heavy and rough on the internals but i dont see why it would be bad.
quote:Originally posted by Ryancoll7 I was looking at the trigger on the vs2 and it doesn't look like it would shoot real fast. I was wondering if anyone could tell me the bps this gun can shoot. Thanks a lot.
How can this marker receive a 10 out of 10 if the eyes don't work in 3 round burst (most ridiculous thing ever invented) and the on/off is weird?Let's be honest here... I wasn't too impressed by this gun...I mean...it's a big step up for Spyders, but it's a long way from being a 10 of 10.