stock spyder EMR1
14 inch smart parts linear barrel
gravity feed hopper
9 oz CO2
VERY sensitive trigger
Get a force feed hopper, I haven't gotten one yet but once I do I am hoping to walk it and use auto more than I do
better barrel-The stock barrel is very noisy, and not the best in the line of accuracy compared to my upgrade one
break occasional balls
feed neck breaks
Let me put this out there before I jump into my big speech: this gun is made for bushball/woodsball/scenario. Unless you get a force feed hopper, this gun cannot keep up with the BPS without breaking balls in speedball. Ok, so yesterday I took this gun to the first really big game of the year that I have been in, and it performed better than some of the higher end guns there. For 120 dollars, I'd buy it any day.
D-Day game- During this game, there was lots of paint bing fired to keep the "Germans" bunkered so we could move up the field. I don't think I have ever gotten a paintball gun up to that high of a rate of fire and still be shooting at my target before. This thing, with an upgraded barrel, was working as good as the BTs and Tippmanns with flatlines. As this game was only 45 minutes long, the people on both teams were firing lots of paint to keep either the allies at bay, or the germans bunkered. So as I am behind a wallI am in a fire fight when all of a sudden I hear BBBBBUUUUUUUUUURRRRRAAPP. I ran out of CO2 after about 400 shots. Yeah, pig right?
So, as I learned, this gun is accurate at long range, even with pretty crappy wal-mart paint.
I would recommend it to any person who likes to play woods ball scenario ball. Just upgrade it a bit, and it could make a great sniper or grunt gun for anybody other than speedballers. Enjoy, i hope it was helpful, just dont go above about 8 BPS and you should be good...unless you have a force feed, than go higher that 8.