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JR422 Wednesday, July 29th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Marker Setup: E-MR1 with eggy III, HPA, and off brand 16" barrel. Alamo City pb delrin bolt. (2 o-rings)
Recommended
Upgrades:
HPA and bolt. I'm about to stick a virtue board in it
Strengths: Durable, and Fairly accurate. Very cool looking and upgradable.
Weaknesses: A little slow, only 12-15 bps. If hopper cant keep up it chops paint
Review: Im only a beginner but this gun is pretty good. of course it not the best, but i paid $190 for a whole package, ready to go. I play a lot of woodsball, and that is when speed isn't that important. I've used other markers once or twice, but i think i'll keep my spyder. its upgradeable and tough. I've dropped mine in mud, played in the rain, and dove into bunkers with it, and it still shoots like it was new. My brother has a spyder pilot with the same barrel, and i can easily tell that mine is more accurate, though not as fast.
Conclusion: If your just starting out to play some woodsball, this is a good choice, the price is low and you can make it a lot better if you want to.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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