Spyder Victor II; 20oz. C02 bottle; 200rnd hopper; adapter; VL 10in. barrel, stock 8in. barrell or whatever barrell is longest that I can find
Clamping feed neck such as the New Designz Spyder Band Clamp Low Rize Feed Neck, Also I Recommend a Longer Barrell
Sturdy, Low Maintenance, Comfortablish Front Grip, Decent Semi-Auto BPS, Cheap
Loud, Need Adapter, Small Stock Barrell, Cheap, Medium Weight
This is a solid sturdy paintball marker. A good beginner's marker, it soon becomes outdated as the player aquires a need for a faster marker. The main problems I have had with this marker is that is you forget the hopper adapter you're fethed. I got this marker for Chistmas a while ago from my parents and it was about $65 with hopper, adapter, and the mask. The mask I never use because it's sides seem unsafe to me but lets not get into that now. This marker is LOUD! I dry fired it in a small area (car) and it was loud! The other guns (98c, A-5, and BT-4C) my friends and brother had were quiet compared to this. Another problem I had was it atte gas really fast. It is nothing compared to some horrible guns I have encountered such as a Talon that had 3 shots per 12 gram but is still annoying. This thing is also heavy, it weighs quite a bit with a full 20oz of C02 and full of 'balls but is this fun to play with. I once had hear of the AK-47's amazing dirt busting capability and put a few pieces of dirt in the gun (dumb yes I know) and I shot, it took 2 shots to clear out the dirt and the 3rd shot perfectly. This is my first gun and truthfully, I would take it over such guns with massive egos such as a A-5 with Flatline because in a one-on-one at 100 yards he will waste his balls trying to shoot my at 100 yards whil I move up and pop him from 20 yards.
I would strongly recommend this gun because of its strength and reliability. If you are looking for a fast gun do not get it. I give it a 9 because its last 4+ years of seriously hard play without anything going wrong. Despite a few loose screws.