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scud2519 Sunday, October 27th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
stock kingman reg (it almost works), stock wgp reg(nicer as a grip but isn't easily adjustable) , sidewinder (nice as a reg, 2x as much)
Marker Setup: 2k1 r/f Gen X Autococker l Shocktech Hinge l Shocktech bomb 3 way l cp 2 piece barrels l Torpedo reg l Micro Rock Reg l bomb 3 way l kapp stubby cradle l 68/3000 macdev max attack l ricochet2k
Strengths: I got it mine cheap on ebay for $42 shipped
Unlike the stock wgp reg it is externally adjustable from about 0-500
works with co2 and compressed air
comfy grip
can place a gauge on it
Weaknesses: is uncomfortable with a gauge
the fitting isn't on the bottom
I may have gotten a macroline fitting stuck in it (my fault)
when using it on my spyder, it didn't have enough pressure to recock after 2 shots.
Conclusion: it does what it's suppose to very well.
May not have a high enough output pressure for all spyders.
Works great with autocockers (and timmy's)
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Unived Micindev Monday, June 21st, 2004 | 3:19 pm PST
"when using it on my spyder, it didn't have enough pressure to recock after 2 shots"
bcs torpedo is lp reg - u need lp upgrade if u want to use torpedo on spyder :D
   

©® CB Wednesday, October 6th, 2004 | 1:10 am PST
Try LP mods such as lighter bolt and striker, mod or aftermarket valve, and spring kit. Doesn't take much more than time to get a spyder to run at lower pressures. Got my friends Fenix runnin on around 375 with only about fifteen minutes invested. I'm sure if we weren't so damn lazy and played with the springs, we could easily get it runnin around 300.
   

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