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bahverd Sunday, January 12th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Various Spyders and Spyder Clones; This marker is most closely related to the Rebel E-markers.
Marker Setup: I've got a Spyder S.E with a TASO eliminator, an Omega Ti Valve, a modified stock bolt, polished internals, and a 32* E-frame.

I plan on buying either this version of the Paradox or a E-99.
I'm assuming it will take Spyder upgrades so a new valve, a barrel, a regulator, a drop, and your set.

You might also want HPA, as co2 could freeze o-rings in long bursts.
Strengths: -It is an Electro at a cheap price
-Decent looking
-Excellent trigger pull (though it is anything but impresive when compared to higher end electros or even an e-99.)
Weaknesses: -The grip frame is plastic (although the gun felt quite sturdy.)
-Only 3 firing modes... Full auto, semi auto, and bursts.
-The design; I'm tiring of the design of Spyders and Spyder clones... Color it green, slap on a cheap reg and BAM you got a new gun!
Conclusion: It felt durable yet light at the same time. The trigger pull was nice, but not as good as the E-99 I tried. It appears to take Spyder accesories, so upgrading shouldn't be a problem.

I'm considering buying this even though the markers at my proshop are overpriced. (This is $150, and the E-99 is $245 YES THESE ARE AMERICAN PRICES)
8 out of 10

Review Comments
tucker4512009 Monday, March 17th, 2008 | 5:35 pm PST
holy balls expensive shop?

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