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applesauceisdum Tuesday, January 1st, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month11 of 11 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Spyder Victor, Sonix, and Imagine, Tippmann 98,
Marker Setup: spyder E-mr1
14" J&J ceramic barrel
VL force loader
Electric hopper, barrel, expansion chamber,
Strengths: Decent electronics,
shoots up to 15 bps for only $130
delrin bolt
very rugged
Weaknesses: Poor eye relief with stock on
sight rail is too small
Review: The Emr-1 is pretty much like any other spyder electro, and it works basicly the same way. Shoots like its supposed to, The E-trigger is nice when your in a sticky situation, but the grip panel on the left side sticks out, exposing the electronics to the elements. I fixed this by wrapping a rubber band around the grip and putting blach hockey tape over the remaining gaps.

Being able to see down the barrel, due to the offset hopper, is nice compared to my other spyders. If you use the stock though, I'd recomend getting some form of raised sight, as your goggles will get in the way of you aiming properly.

An electric hopper is also a must, or you will chop.
Conclusion: Compared to the other markers in the MR series, the E-mr1 can hold ts own. Though the MR 2 and 3 have at least +10 more BPS, so if shooting fast is your thing, I would save up for one of those. Other wise, the E-MR 1 won't disappoint.
9 out of 10

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