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Sgt. Davenport Wednesday, March 19th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Spyder Sonix
Derlin ACS Bolt
C.A.M.D. E-Trigger
Lappco Feed Neck
Smartparts 14" Teardrop
Proto 14" Chrome
Dead-on Drop forward with on / off dial
Pyro Aim Regulator ( macro line)
New Designs Top performance Turbo Valve
12 Volt Revy & 12 Volt Revy Max
Pure Energy 20 ounce Co2
MadDog spring kit


Spyder VS1
MadDog Feed Neck
BT APEX ajustable barrel
16" J&J Ceramic Barrel
12 Volt Revy Max
Pure Energy 20 ounce Co2
New Designz Thread Saver

Spyder RS Stock
Recommended
Paintballs:
Nelson
but any medium-sized borepaint will do
Strengths: Distance
Adjustable
Accuracy
Weaknesses: None
Review:
BT paintball designs have done a great job with the Apex barrel system. It gives everyone else out there who doesn't own a Tippmann a fighting chance. Did I say fighting chance? It does more than that it gives everyone out there the ability to outshoot the flat line in accuracy and distance. I coupled this barrel with my Spyder VS1. At 20 balls per second I am creating flanking opportunities like never before. As I lay down the paint keeping heads down my men are flaking to either side getting kills like never before. And my lifespan has improved per game just due to the distance I now have. Suppression from a far you have to love it. The Apex barrel system is the next step in scenario play. The guys with Tippmenns used to always brag about their flatline barrels how they were so untouchable. Well guys not anymore.
Conclusion: It's a great product. I recommend it for any scenario woodsball player. Not too expensive at around 50 bucks. A great piece of equipment for any paintball arsenal.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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