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kyle_moua Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
MR1, 98 C, Sonix Pro, A5, Extra, TL-R, Pilot, etc.......
Marker Setup: Spyder MR3-stock with Evlution 3 3 Loader

Spyder Mr1 with 14 inch J&J ceramic barrel with a machine gun shroud over it, M4 stock and new internals.

Sonix pro with 12 inch J&J ceramic barrel, 32 deggres drop forward and new internals
A loader that can keep up
Strengths: See body review
Weaknesses: See body review
Review: Alright lets start with the good stuff first... well the gun truly does look like a military style marker and sounds like one too, this gun has a really nice stock compared to the mr1 and mr2. this gun has awesome looks, shoots very fast, and has a eye which is the marker won't shoot unless there is definetly a ball in the chamber. this gun has a nice plastic delrin bolt which works really nice haven't had any trouble with it yet...just don't oil it cause then it will swell and cause recocking problems, the internals are very nice and must be cleaned after every play of your gun won't shoot at optimum level. the t cocking nob is nice too so there isn't any outside movement of the bolt when firing. And yes this gun is really loud so i suggest a J&J ceramic quiet barrel if you don't like the loudness...but i do so it's all good. overall this gun is pretty sweet, shoots hard and fast right out of the box. And oh yeah don't forget to oil it when you get it out of the box because all the internal o-rings are dry as hell. My friend's mr3 really got messed up because he went full auto right out of the box and tore up the o the handle on the gun is really nice and sets of the military style look, and it has a sight in there which nice when you just looking through it with no mask on, but when you have a mask on its impossible to look through the site. and no the gun is not too heavy. compared to the mr1 it's equal in weight. maybe the same as a pilot...maybe...for the hopper...first off you need to spend at leat another hundred for a hopper that can keep up with this gun. Maybe a kingman 18v fasta, Vlecioty, Evlution 3 or a halo. i suggest a EVO 3 cause thats what i got and it only feeds 23 bps but i haven't had any chops going full auto. i did a drop test with 195 balls and the gun and hopper went through at 10 or 11 seconds, another bad thing is this gun takes a while to take apart and clean. You have to take off the drop forward to get to the valve and other internals besides the bolt and whatever. And you have to be carefull when you take off the e-trigger cause there are wires connecting the trigger to the eye and if you tear those wires then bye bye to the eye. Oh yeah there are only a limited number of barrels that will fit the mr3 because of the shroud it has.
Conclusion: but dude overall this gun will RULE ALL this marker shoots fast, loud, and has intimidating looks, i don't suggest this gun to beginners because the gun is kind of complicated. i will give this gun 10 because it gives you everything you need to be the king of the hill...get this gun and you'll see!
10 out of 10

Review Comments
JChan819 Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007 | 10:02 am PST
The marker shouldn't chop at full auto. Full auto is capped at 13 bps, I believe. The only way you'd reach the quoted 25+ is by semi.

kyle_moua Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007 | 12:19 pm PST
yeah thats what the guy at my local paintball store told me too...but i lke this have one??

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