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Rickdaddy Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Spyder Fenix, Spyder Rodeo, and E99
Marker Setup: Spyder vs2, Halo B with rip drive, empire barrel
Get rid of CO2 and also get new barrel
Strengths: The eyes and the speed it has for a Spyder
Weaknesses: Just the barrel
Review: Im so glad that Kingman came up with a marker that doesn't really need much upgrading. When i first shot it i was really impressed. I love how light the marker really is, it really reminds me of an Ion. I played at a friends house with the vs2 and didn't chop paint all day and it was so accurate for it being a stock barrel. One of my friends was looking for a new marker and almost picked up a Ion until he tested my vs2 and is ordering one with a blue body kit. Overall the vs2 is great marker to play speed-ball and is capable of shooting like higher end markers. Its a really great marker if you really want speed and satisfaction.
Conclusion: I say if your looking for a great marker to keep up with a high end one, then get a Spyder vs2. It's worth for how cheap they are and give you what you need in a Paintball gun.
10 out of 10

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