Spyder Imagine- better because it's got an Etrigger
Spyder TL-X- not as good as the Sonix Pro b/c its kinda heavy
Tippman 98 Custom- not nearly as good as the Sonix Pro, but i do like the foregrip
12 in. Stock Barrel
Stock Locking Feedneck
DXS 68ci 4500psi
New (and smaller) Feed Neck
Bigger CO2 tank
90 degree trigger frame
Dark Color for woods play
Hopper sits high on gun
This is a great gun!!! Its lightweight, compact and really cheap (i got the entire kit for $100). Although it's cheap, its very durable as long as you take good care of it. I mean, i have dove into piles of dirt and then stood up and the gun was still shooting fine. All I really do to clean it is wipe off the dirt and tighten all the screws and bolts. Although, one time my entire trigger frame did come loose in the middle of the game, but thats when i decided to tighten all the screws after each time i play. I play with friends who have tippmans and spyder and the Sonix Pro is probably the lightest out of all of them. It may not be the most accurate gun, but it is good once u get a new barrel. It also chops the least balls. I've never choped a ball while using this gun while some off my friends chop like 3 balls a game. This gun is also pretty small compared to all the other spyders i've seen. Its a great gun for beginners (like myself) and it is overall a great gun.
This gun is light, durable, small and reliable and is excellent for its price although it is kinda loud.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 5th, 2008 at 10:28 am PST