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J-Stringer Wednesday, May 21st, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
I also have a Spyder MR1
I have also used a spyder Piranha
Marker Setup: 16 inch RAP rifled Barrel
Evlution III hopper
BSA red dot sight
20oz Co2 tank ( WIll upgrade to compressed air soon.)
First off you need to get a longer barrel, especially if you play woodball. I got a RAP Rifled Barrel because it is one of the few ones that will fit under the rings at front of gun.
Electronic hopper that can keep up with the gun.
Strengths: Electronic
Sight Rails
Can use compressed air
VERY VERY Durrable
Weaknesses: No Burst settings
Electronics can be a little exposed
Review: I originally bought the MR1 for just fooling around. But when I got serious I got the Mr3. This gun is great for intermediate to advenaced players. Perfect for woodballing, not that great for something like speedball.
The one thing that I don't get about the design of the gun is the front of the gun. There are three rings that the barrel must go through in order to screw in. You must find a thinner barrel to fit. RAP Has barrel specifiaclly desinged for this.
Conclusion: Over all i would buy this gun if you play alot of woodball and scenario games. I would be it over the tippmann A-5 any day.
9 out of 10

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