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Weapons Master Thursday, November 9th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 years2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
spyder Xtra, brass eagle raider
Marker Setup: Spyder TL-R with folding stock and electronic trigger i use the stock afterburner as a backup.
New barrel, new spring kit.
Strengths: Very CO2 efficient, dosn't break balls much, easy field striping. lightweight, strong, durable, cheap.
Weaknesses: Long trigger pull, slow shooting, inaccurate, can be weak, have to oil a lot.
Review: I once went to play paintball with my friends for about 4 hours and i used about 16oz of CO2 . It is a very strong durable gun made mostly of steel (except trigger). the stock barrel can be very inaccurate highly recommend a new one. it never really shot very hard with me. i then got a spyder spring kit and it worked fine after that. i bought it for about $100 and it came with a 9oz co2 tank, mask, and squeegee. its very reliable.
Conclusion: Its good for how much you pay for it. Recommend for beginners and a little for intermediate players. Good long lasting gun. Not rated that good because it seems to be a primitive gun now that i own an electronic gun.
6 out of 10

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