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Ebonclaw Tuesday, January 8th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: Spyder Shutter with Storm frame
14" JJ ceramic barrel
9V revvy
Crossfire 68/3000 stubby
Strengths: Well, frankly, it's got more modes than a Swiss Army Knife.....it's programmable and the shot counter and game timer are also bonus features......has a WONDERFUL trigger pull that's like clicking a mouse, but without the big "click". Comes with shims just in case you have a Rebel or non-Spyder gun.....the NORMAL ASA holes are wonderful to have on a Spyder, along with classic Spyder holes...
The only things it can't do is grate cheese and chop lettuce. I only have a 9v revvy, but shooting the balls in the elbow and feed, I can maintain a temporary 12 BPS, hindered only by the feed. Never really tried 13 or up but it could probably manage 13....just gotta have a loader that will keep up.
LOVE this grip
Weaknesses: Plastic grip panels? Come ON! Has a place for a battery charger, but I didn't really want to buy one specifically made for it, not to mention it DIDN'T COME WITH ONE. Went ahead and bought a battey charger, and two 9V NiMH batteries (one for the revvy, one for the gun). Now I have no worries about going dead on the field. Mainly, it's only downside is the plastic grip panels. Mako markets colored aluminum ones, but I'm waiting for them to start making rubber ones cuz the aluminum will be kinda slick.
Conclusion: Contrary to what many people say, I reccomend buying the frame for your existing Spyder (which is probably tricked anyway) as opposed to buying a "true" electro. It's a great buy and once I shot it, I haven't looked back. Just gotta wait for some new grip panels though....
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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