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glnnhoffman Tuesday, May 29th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
98 custom- heavier and slower trigger speed
Autococker trilogy sport- heavier, slower trigger, and chops a lot more
Marker Setup: Spyder VS2
88/45 pure energy HPA
soon to be drop forward, feed neck, trigger, front block, and barrel tip
Feed neck
Drop forward if you use a tank bigger than 68/45
Strengths: Very fast
Good eyes
Nice stock on/off and barrel
Weaknesses: Feed neck comes loose easily
Front block and grip wobbles around
Review: I got my VS2 a few months ago, and instantly loved it. The main features that made me choose this gun over an Ion are, the nice stock upgrades(2 piece barrel, on/off, and adjustable feed neck), the intimidating looks, and the fact that a lot less people have them. I didn't like the limited modes on the board, just semi and 3 round burst, but for many players, that it fine. Also, after i had played with my VS2 a few times, the feed neck came loose, and the front grip and regulator started to move around. But those two things can be fixed with some lock tight, or a few upgrades.
Conclusion: If you want an inexpensive gun, that can rip, go with a Spyder VS2. It can easily compete with many other guns out on the field. I give it a 9 because of the lack of modes, and the feed neck coming loose.
9 out of 10

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