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It is kind of its own kind, not too many guns like it.
I have a green 02 Bushmaster BKO,
With a 68 4500 fiber nitro tank,
12 inch dye boomstick,
WGP flame drop forward,
green dye sticky grips,
and a black egg2.
A new barrel and an electronic hopper.
-has a ridiculously low price (a few months ago paintball gear was selling them for $125)
-short trigger pull
-has modes (which are kind of of pointless because you can't really use them any were, but hey, there free.)
-With all the spyder guns i have shotten i would say this one is probably the best spyder there is. (screw the amg and crap. those are in the $500 and if you are gonna spend $500 bucks on a gun it better be for an impulse, bushy, or a cocker.)
-From my experience it seems to chop alot of balls. (and i don't think it is because of the hopper not feeding to fast.)
-It is probably the loudest grip frame i have ever heard, because it doesn't have a solenoid. It has like an electronic sear or something like that so it makes aloud ticking noise. ( but that doesn't matter because the loudness of a spyder covers that noise.)
-has an O.K. drop.
-breaks very easily.
-feels unbalanced when your holding it with everything hooked up.
Overall this is a great beginner gun. If you are looking for an electronic gun that is quiet, fast, reliable, and has great efficiency i would go with an impulse or a bushmaster. But it is mostly personal preference, like this gun is like any other of the 100 spyder models or so they have but with a new trigger frame. I would strongly recommend it as a first gun.