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teamxile45 Sunday, June 21st, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Spyder vs3 (except for the board)
Marker Setup: Spyder VS2
48 ci, 3000 psi HPA tank
FASTA hopper
Clamping feedneck
Clamping feedneck
Strengths: Trigger speed, battery life, pretty light, looks cool
Weaknesses: I didnt like the feedneck that comes with it.(get a clamping feedneck)
Review: I play speedball with my team, and i have used the vs2 for about a year. I love how fast i can shoot it. its also very accurate. i dont use burst, only when i play woodsball. Its an overall awesome marker. The only upgrade i got for the marker is a clamping feedneck, because the feedneck it comes with wouldnt hold the hopper sometimes, so it would fall off, but i didnt really pay attention to putting it on. I just put it on and played. The spyder VS2 has eye on/off modes for semi, and 3 shot burst. You can always get a rocking trigger, with a tadao board, but then you would make it a VS3. Its an awesome marker, i would recommend it to any tourneyballer, or paintball player in general.
Conclusion: Buy it! the prices on it are dropping, and its very reliable.
10 out of 10

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