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SpyderBen Friday, October 11th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder, Piranha, F4, Raider, Raptor, Rebel, Joker, Inferno, Tippmanns, Cockers, Mags, Angels... just about everything
Marker Setup: My old faithful Bob Long Cocker, with some custom milling and anodizing. Freak barrel, ANS Genx reg, Shocktech 3 way and valve, recently added a WGP swing trigger, have quite a few other small things. Also have my reliable old Spyder original that I've had since the beginning of Spyders. Decked out as well of course. Then there's my Phantom...
Motorized hopper, barrel, regulator
Strengths: relatively cheap, descently upgraded entry level marker. I do think some of the improvements that have been made make a big difference. There is a drop forward instead of that rediculous drop back, made the rear cocking bolt a single piece unit, added the vertical adaptor block with low pressure chamber, finally counted the sight rail on well.
Weaknesses: Not a lot of room for upgrades, more attention needs to be made to assembling, but what can you expect from a gun from Taiwan, so tighten and oil everything up.
Conclusion: Nice improvements over the older model, definately showing signs of some thought being put into it now. Good for someone who doesn't want to spend a ton of money because they know they might only play every month or every other month. Over all not too bad of bang for the buck
8 out of 10

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