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bravo052492 Monday, May 21st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
Tested Spyder Xtra.
Marker Setup: Eggy 3, Apex barrel.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel, bolt, regulator.
Strengths: Durable, versatile, fast, has eyes, efficient.
Weaknesses: Weight, size.
Review: Well, I got this gun off of Actionvillage, and shot it right away. You can really adjust the trigger to fire how you want. Me, an amateur paintballer, can easily get 12 bps out of this trigger, which is saying a lot considering its pull. I have only chopped three balls after four days with this gun: Three times when I left my hopper off (newbie mistake :/) and once with a dud paintball. On the dud, however, I had to stick a screw driver into the gun to get that paintball out (I was too lazy to take it apart). It is very easy to take apart, you can get to the bolt by removing a pin and two screws. It is also very air efficient. It can shoot more paint per pound of air pressure than my friend's PMR. As for durable, I dropped it off the table and the only thing that broke was my elbow joint that I had on it. My eye cover, however, broke last game, but it had been cracked since I got it. As for not chopping? 12 bps semi-auto all day on no eyes, and not one ball was hit by that bolt wrong.
Conclusion: If you want a good, powerful, scenario marker, but want something a little quicker and more versatile than the, let's say, A-5, get it. If you want a good starter gun, and you have the money, get it, but I'd really recommend the MR-2 or MR-1 to start out, for they are cheaper. It's markers like these that make me love Spyder's bargains.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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