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lybster Thursday, September 11th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
To many to list, more than 30 that I can remember.
Marker Setup: Spyder TS (Tactical Sniper)
16" JJ Ceramic
FASTA hopper (9 volt)
Trinity T-Lock clamping feed neck
RAP Pro medium velocity spring
20oz CO2 tank
Spyder VS
Strengths: Round, uniform size, no visible seams.
Weaknesses: None other than I can not find them locally.
Review: I have played through two cases with no breaks. When long balling they fly straight and accurate with no drift out of my Kingman Spyder TS with a VS barrel. The first day I played with the TS using Red Label I hit a player at the opposite side of the field, running behind hay bunkers, in the neck with a single shot. When snap shooting these balls go where they are aimed, no drift at maximum range. I had to stop using them because I could not find them in either my local pro shops or mass merchandisers, so I'm back to Visible Impact by Pro Caps until I can talk someone into stocking them.
Conclusion: If you are playing with a high pressure marker these are the best. I have to give them top marks for quality and consistency. I just wish they were more available, so ask your local retailer to order them for you.
10 out of 10

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