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s67cobra Wednesday, February 7th, 2001
Strengths: Good accuracy, full auto, got rid of the icky spyder trigger pull.

Seems solidly built, not fragile
Weaknesses: $600 for a spyder is a little much.
Accuracy and range still leaves something to be desired.
Full auto is a cop-out
Design leaves you not feeling apart of the gun. Balance is off and the position of the hands makes me feel disconnected with the gun.
Conclusion: A $600 spyder I have a problem with.
Only real reason I see to buy this gun is that it is full auto. This really takes away from the game. Nothing is less fun than a day of paintball where there is a bunch of full autos which keep everyone from moving.

I suggest instead to get a good mag or cocker for this money, and spend a little upgrading it. Accuracy, range, and feel of the gun is overall superior.

Please dont cop-out and get this cuz its fully auto. Build up some skill and see how much fun a good rush can be!
7 out of 10

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