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Gunderson Thursday, January 22nd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Tippman 98
Spyder E99
Marker Setup: sp1
Remote Line
View Loader Hoppper
Paint it, the black is sooooo boring.
Barrel upgrade.
Stock if your playing in the woods.
Strengths: Select fire.
Extremely Durable.
Easy to maintain.
Weaknesses: Hopper is in the center of the gun.
Can not remove all rails.
Review: I have owned a few guns including tippmann 98, A5, Spyder E99, autococker, stingray, BT4, and now two SP1s. I believe that this is the by far the best marker I have ever owned. I have droped this marker alot, more then anyone should I think, and it keeps kicking. This marker is very easy to maintain, you remove the bolt lube it up and stick it back in, done and done. The videos on the website is what sold me on the SP1 in the first place. I recommend if you are looking for a new very reliable, durable and good marker check out the website and see for yourself. With the SP1 you can choose between semi, three round burst and full auto, that is great for anyone who dosn't really know what they are looking for in a marker cause you can keep up with anyone on the field.
Conclusion: I definitly recommend this marker to a player with experiance or somone just starting out. I would love to see more fields getting rid of the 98s as rentals and change to the SP1s.
10 out of 10

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