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bob the great Monday, December 1st, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Kingman Spyder MR-3
Marker Setup: X7, flatline barrel, remote line, hpa tank, e-grip
definitely flatline, probably remote line, e-grip for sure
Strengths: Egrip, Flatline has great distance and isn't paint picky, reliable, durable
Weaknesses: Hard to turn on and off (requires allen wrench)
More expensive as a beginning marker
Review: I sold my mr3 to a friend and got this gun and all of the extra stuff listed in my marker set-up for around $550. I think that it was worth it, because the flatline for this gun is better than the one for the A5, the egrip works really well (the only problem is that it lets you shoot way too much paint) and I have fallen on this gun numerous times, without it showing any wear. The gun is easy to maintain, and, as I said before, is very reliable and durable. If you want a military looking gun that can scare anyone on the field, this is the gun for you.
Conclusion: This is a great marker for someone who is willing to upgrade it. It is still a great marker for anyone, though
10 out of 10

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