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Unregistered User Friday, December 28th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyder bottom line, Spyder TL Plus, Generation-X Autococker, Automag RT Pro, Bob Long Intimidator.
Marker Setup: Upgrades include: Palmer's Pursuit male stabilizer nickle plated with gauge, 20 oz. CO2 bottle with CMI CO-2000 on bottle CO2 regulator with anti-siphon tube and gauge, drop forward cradle with on\off, Taso turbo valve, custom made aluminum striker bolt, Cyclone bolt with center removed, spring kit with valve and main springs, Smart Parts Freak barrel system with stainless steel back and All American black front, Ricochet 2K loader, and Center Flag Hyper Frame.
Cosmetics include: black body, chrome lpc, chrome trigger shoes, nickel plated reg, and chrome drop forward.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Whatever you want and can afford!!!
Strengths: Vertical feed, stylish body, ball stop, factory upgrades are high quality like the grip, expansion chamber, and barrel.
Weaknesses: Factory trigger pull is too long and stiff, but can be fixed with trigger job.
Conclusion: First off, Kingman is hard to upgrade. They don't use standard parts and they work better without. After spending about $400 on upgrades and parts needed to do the upgrades on my TL Plus, I found it shot worse. That is when I bought a Bob Long Millenium. All the upgrades went right on no problem. Second, it shots very well right out of the box. I wanted a low pressure Spyder and this takes the cake. It runs between 280-320 PSI and velocity never drops off. I highly recommend this marker to any one. Whether a rookie or a Pro this marker is the best.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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