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Its2TriCKy4u Wednesday, January 31st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Kingsman Spyder , Brass Eagle , Tippman 98 , Pirahna
Marker Setup: Kingsman Spyder Sonix Pro and no acessories yet until i get into paintballing team or something
Longer Barrel 12" or more
Strengths: Great Price
Very Powerful
Light Weight
Shoots up to 1200 paintballs with 12ounce co2
Weaknesses: Accuracy - Only Accurate up to 20 yards

Expansion Chamber keeps Leaking
Review: When i first saw this Spyder Sonix Pro Package first thing i thought was CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP !!! it was only 100 bucks for the paintball gun , 12 ounce co2 , mask , loader , and fixin tools.

The Bad thing about this gun is that its only accurate up to 20 yards so i reccomend getting a longer barrel. Also when i first tried out this gun the co2 leaked out of the expansion chamber so i had to exchange it and the new one i just got the co2 leaked out on that one too so i had to fix it with wrapping around some strings over n over again until the air way was blocked

But the Bright side to this gun is that its cheap also its pretty powerful i get some recoil back when i shoot. Getting a 14" inch barrel would be great for this gun would be really accurate probaly up to 40 yards
Conclusion: If your a begginer you should defnitely get this gun cuz of its great price, light weight , durability , and its very powerful But if your looking for a gun to just play right when you get it with only 1 upgrade this is a gun ur looking for
9 out of 10

Review Comments
marmot Wednesday, January 31st, 2007 | 9:45 pm PST
It has been proven (WebDogRadio, Warpig et al) that the maximum range of any paintball gun (without a drop compensating barrel, like a flatline) firing straight is 125 feet, or a little over 41 yards. This is the range at which the ball finally hits the floor. Relatively flat tradjectory only occurs over between a third and two thirds of that range, or between 13 and 26 yards.

Absolute maximum range is obtained by pointing the gun upwards at a 45 degree angle, whereupon you get upto 250 ft, or a about 83 yards, but at that range, you're only going to get about 5% shots on target (Web Dog et al).

Are you talking yards or are you really talking feet? I suspect the latter.

ALEJANDRO Thursday, March 1st, 2007 | 9:17 pm PST
Dame you sound smart only in paintball talk thou

marmot Tuesday, March 13th, 2007 | 7:56 pm PST

Prid92 Thursday, July 12th, 2007 | 10:47 pm PST
I do not believe he is mistakenly referring to yards instead of feet. I own a spyder sonix pro and it is accurate way beyond the range of a mere 20 feet. 20 yards is understandable. I apologize that I do not have references to cite my data from except for personal experience

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