Halo B w/victory board
Pepper Stick Barrel Kit
Freak Barrel Kit
2 Crossfire 91/4500
Ease Of Use
The fact it is a kingman
Jams at high ROF
When I first used the product I thought it would be a vlocity killer, but it jamed when i drop tested it. It clocked out at about 25-28 BPS. I think it was only my paint that made it slow.
At semi mode capped at 20 bps it was really smooth and somewhat quieter than my halo.
but at ramping mode (uncapped ROF) it jammed more times than fat kid squeezing thru a window half his size. i could do 24 bps.
Stay away from this if you play speedball or x-ball. if your a noob this is perfect.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, December 21st, 2006 at 2:49 pm PST
First off scince when does a noob able walk the trigger at 25 bps or even 10bps, but i would have to agree this is a good loader for scenario, and for some people playing speedball, not good for somebody needing a lot of proformance. This loader is very simular to my ricochet apache loader except for speed, and jaming. The jaming is probley caused by the speed, agitating loaders can at a max of 22bps or else they jam to much, in my opinion spyder is trying to take away a market that is tooken up by the halo b and the reloader.
Condemning Kingman when they did nothing wrong? Kingman makes entry level markers meant to be just that, entry level. Jut because a Spyder can't keep up with a high end electro doesn't mean that they are terrible.