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keithcleghorn Sunday, February 3rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder EM-1
Marker Setup: smart parts 16 inch linear barrel
Veiw loader /w x-board
32 degrees remote coil
longer barrel
fast hopper 20bps + (Halo B)
Strengths: Fast, durable, air efficient, and affordable
Weaknesses: The grips suck
Review: Well, up untill about last week i was a die hard tippmann fan. A buddy of mine just recently bought a spyder mr-1 and i was intruiged by how air efficient, quite, accurate, and durrable it was compared to my a-5.
Anyway, i knew i had to have one, so i went online later that night and saw the mr-2, and i bought it. This is one of the best markers i have ever bought...

Marker- The marker is extremly durable, i only found one part on the marker made of plastic and that was still tough as steel. the marker is also really fast, and the "acs" works well as long as you are using a electronic hopper. you may also want to buy new grips, the stock grips dont fully cover the electronics, wires stick out, and if any paint were to get in there you could have a problem

Barrel- it's a 12in. stock barrel, it's pretty accurate but i bought a 16in. barrel when i bought the marker. i reccomend you buy atleast a 14in barrel for this marker.

Conclusion: If you are looking for a affordable electronic woodsball marker, this is your ticket.
10 out of 10

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