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AngryLlama Sunday, September 12th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month18 of 21 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
-Spyder MR1
-BT4 Assault
-Tippman A5
Marker Setup: Its just stock so far, but i have the BT4 assault foregrip on my front rail.
Recommended
Upgrades:
really whatever you want to mount on your 3 rails.
Strengths: -Lightweight
-Accurate
-CO2 efficient
-Milsim feel
-sturdy and reliable
-INEXPENSIVE
Weaknesses: Screws tend to come loose after play time, so watch you don't lose anything.
Review: Spyder guns always tend to get a bad rap as being for begginers. i've been paintballing for quite some time now and i've found that spyders are among the most reliable guns. this quality really shines through with the MR4. This gun can take a beating and is very durable, yet it is far more lightweight than any tippman. this gun, which only cost me $200, is the best deal ive seen for a gun of this quality. The gun has 3 picatinny rails which are great for adding whatever accessory you wahnt your gun to have. it is extremely accurate, with me being able to shoot people with bursts of 3 at about 100 yards. It has a sleek milsim look and comes like that stock, so unlike a tippman, you dont have to go pouring extra money into it to make it look realistic. The next thing i have to say is about spyders new EKO valve technology. Now, im not too sure what Spyder did, but its brilliant. It claims that per 20oz. tank, you can get off 1800 shots. I however, was using a 9oz. it got me 850 shots off before i had to refill. and for me, thats more than enough shots. if you dont have a remote feed for your CO2, a great way to loose some weight is to go with a smaller Co2 tank on this gun, unless yopu plan on going trigger happy.
Conclusion: Spyder has outdone themselves on this one. if you arent willing to spend large quantities of money into a tippman then BUY THIS GUN. if you want an easy gun to disassemble and clean, then BUY THIS GUN. if you want to have a useful and amazing gun, BUY THIS GUN
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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