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PnoyRx7 Thursday, March 25th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
3 years
Products Used:
Tippmann a-5 ( 8/10 )
Tippman 98 ( 3/10 )
Spyder Mr1 ( 8/10 )
Spyder E-Mr1 ( 9/10 )
Marker Setup: Spyder E-Mr1 (silver )
Kingman training Eraser ( black )
VL force with eyes ( black )
12oz Co2 ( air soon )
Mr series riser rail
custom wooden stock
2 spare mags for eraser
Spyder 2 pod carrier
barrel ( its still amazing out of the box )
riser rail for sights and what not
Compressed air
fast hopper 18bps +
Strengths: Accurate
loud ( intimidation factor )
Weaknesses: freezes up fast from Co2 on Auto
Review: Well when i bought this gun i already had a Mr1 but wanted something with a little more "power", so i looked around and bought a E-Mr1. It is a amazing gun for the price, its accurate, lightweight, loud ( i dont know why people complain about how loud it is its just intimidating). I would buy a Compressed air when you get this marker if not your going to be making snow cones on full auto. The E-Mr1 keeps up with and passes A-5's, it can hold its own against most other markers. You also dont need to spend 100's on a hopper, you only need to find one that can go faster than 15bps which i got mine for 30 bucks.
Conclusion: Although this is not a great beginer gun ( i would recomend a Mr1 semi auto mechanical first ) i would stick to the mechanical one to learn about spyders first and then move up to electro.
10 out of 10

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