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camopaint0707 Thursday, March 26th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder Imagine
Spyder MR-1
Spyder Flash
Marker Setup: Car stock
Cyclone with squishy paddles
X7 hopper
Polished internals
Ported and milling
Response trigger
Starfire bolt
Wooden grip
Vertical tank setup
14 ceramic barrel
Rap 4 M203 grenade launcher with .43 paintballs
4x20 scope
Tactical foregrip with flashlight and laser sighting
Stock, cyclone, flatline, electronic or response trigger,
Strengths: Very customizable like a honda civic
Weaknesses: None that i've found
Review: Great gun, worked great stock and then performed amazingly well after all the upgrades, I can shoot ropes of paint with no problem. The best upgrade would have to be a cyclone feed. It is pretty hard to chop balls so long as you are using decent paint. I got the squishy paddles just cause I pretty much wanted to mod everything. I have a lot of accessories on this gun and its got the weight of an actual M-16 now.
Conclusion: Very good reliable gun.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
cdnduck Monday, March 30th, 2009 | 12:45 pm PST
i just bought one.Is it good enough so that i will never have to buy another paintball gun again?

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