Tippmann 98 Custom - Fairly nice, I'm not too fond of them though.
M3 Black Dragun Compact - A nice marker, but does not compare to the Imagine.
Arrow Precision Inferno - Chopped a lot of paint, does not compare to the Imagine.
Equation Bizerk Classic 10"
CP Spyder Flame Drop
16oz Co2 (HPA soon)
Check It 15* Assault Block
Aluminum Vertical Feed Adapter
Camo Tank Cover
Other Upgrades And Mods
Ease Of Use
Vertical Feed Requires Elbow
The Spyder Imagine is a great marker. It's very easy to use, the IPI (Intelligent Push Button) system works very well and you can cycle modes and rates of fire quickly. It's fairly aesthetically pleasing and with a few mods can achieve autococker status. Speaking of mods, upgrading is very easy. Spyder threaded barrels are everywhere and most aftermarket parts can fit on this gun (from bolts to regulators to drop forwards). Without an electronic hopper you may experience breaking after semi-auto mode.
The Spyder Imagine is utterly a great marker. It is easily modified and is tournament legal. This marker is great for anybody, newbies and pros alike. And for those people complaining about the clear grips, I admit they are pretty bad but if you tape an image in behind it, it gives a great effect. Buy this marker!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 11th, 2003 at 10:43 am PST
I have an electric hopper, evil paint, dye barrel, and evil smokestack and my imagine still chops paint. Imagines have a bad tendency to blow CO2 up into the feed tube after every shot, holding the paint from feeding properly.
If you bought you're gun from walmart like I did, open up the light-side cover on the grip and look for the two wires that are orange and yellow, then keep looking down next to the battery and there should be two metal prongs sticking out and thats where you put the jumper and it works perfect. And you can get a jumper from a junk computer or radio shack for a few cents.
P.S. You don't need to buy any kind of tournament chip so don't waste youre money.
Last edited on Wednesday, May 19th, 2004 at 12:01 am PST
no drop forward is a weakness? what a newb. honestly take a look at the most high end guns and do you see a fkn drop forward making their setup two times as big? do you see any tourney players using goofy ass drops? drop forwards are for newbs and the only people that should be using them are ethier midgets that cant reach the trigger or a 9 year old girl. its sad to see all the user pics have huge drops. LOL