Spyder Victor (II)
Spyder Pilot ACS '05
In-between markers at the current moment.
HPA if you're using CO2
Not very upgradeable
Trigger Pull is not great
Does not work well on CO2
I have toyed with a Vibe for the last week, and here's my opinion of it.
Simplicity; It is a very simple marker, no frills. Thus very easy to maintain.
Size; Really small, and light.
B-O-B; The Bolt Out Back system makes maintaining the Vibe a breeze. Remember to use Sl33k or any Dow 33!
Price; I found this being the best part. A electro pneumatic for 140$? Pretty crazy if you ask me.
Good on Air; Tested this out, approx. 200 paint balls=1000 psi on a 48/3000 air tank. So about 600 shots overall. Pretty damn good.
Customizations; It lacks being able to be tricked out. Although I think its somewhat of a good thing, it really limits the marker.
Trigger Pull; I'm not sure if you can adjust it, but, either way, its a cheap plastic flimsy trigger. It isn't very good at all. Trinity makes another trigger.
CO2; Well, this product is advertised for use with CO2 as well, but what happened with my Vibe is that the Bolt Stop got torn (Don't ask me how!) when the Vibe was using CO2. So, in my experience, CO2=Bad idea.
Best beginner/recball marker for the price of it. I give it a perfect 10 for being that.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 9th, 2008 at 4:24 am PST