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masse190 Friday, November 28th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Better than ego's 07 and 08 and ions
A simular product is the spyder e99
Marker Setup: New Spyder VS2 Marker
VS Infinity Trigger
PMI/Java 48ci Nitro Tank
Extreme Rage Overdrive Sonic DB
Strengths: Laser Eyes
No Kick
Nice Design
Shoots Great and fast
25 bps

Weaknesses: More body colors .
Review: This is better than my egos ions. This the best spyder yet. The eyes a famnominal
trough the barrel is a green or red laser clarley visable.
I got this gun on with a niro tank, best hopper, and the gun for 179.99
GREAT DEAL . The gun a great woodsball, speedball, and x ball gun. I would rater have this gun before a tippman a5, 98 custom with rip clip. I dont care. This is the best spider gun yet........
Break Beam EYE
Semi or 3 Shot Burst
Mini C/A Reg with On/Off Dial
Vertical Adapter with Low Pressure Gauge
12" Micro Ported Barrel
Low Rise Adjustable Feed Neck
High Pressure Macro Line
Delrin Bolt with Lock Cocking Knob
Shoots Up To 25BPS with Infiniti Trigger
Conclusion: Get it its the best
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, November 28th, 2008 at 7:20 am PST

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