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spyder x2.0 Tuesday, June 19th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
2 years
Products Used:
Tippmann 98 Custom
Tippmann custom Pro
Piranha E-Force GTI
Spyder Pilot ACS
Marker Setup: Spyder Pilot ACS
Evolution 2
Pure Energy 48ci 3000psi
Dye Rhino Cover
New Designs band clamp feedneck
bottomline w/ mini drop and macroline
New feedneck
barrel(if you play woodsball)
Strengths: Solid
comfortable feel
looks good
bps(for a semi)
easy to clean and maintain
Weaknesses: A little to shiny for woodsball
kinda on the heavy side
Review: Well,one day my friends and I decided to go play out in the woods even though I didn't have a gun because mine was being repaired. So when my one friend had gotten tired he offered me to use his gun for a few rounds. The gun shot great and I didn't have any problems at all!! There we're a few snowflakes that started comming out of the barrel at the end of the game,because it was a 40 degree day and i was using co2 and cheap paint.
Conclusion: This is an awesome gun for beginners or someone looking into buying their first paintball gun. I highly reccomend you look into this gun if your in the market for a beginner level gun.
10 out of 10

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