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Graham Hill33 Monday, April 28th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months9 of 12 people found this review helpful.

1 year
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I once had a Spyder Compact Deluxe Java Edition for a year. Then the handle broke. It was a very affordable marker. The handle was made from composite material plastic junk. What ever you do don't get a plastic gun handle it will be the first thing to break. If by chance your handle is plastic tighten it with your fingers on the stubby part of the allen wrench so it won't crack. Now if your entire gun is made from plastic and it is called Brass Eagle then you suck.
Marker Setup: Kingman Spyder Electra L.E.D. with 20oz CO2, 32 Degrees Nightstick barrel, and Empire Reloader electronic loader.
ACI 4 or 6 Stage Expansion chamber or 32 degrees Expansion chamber to save air and better regulate the flight trajectory of your paint
Strengths: *Aluminum handle *Stock barrel as accurate as $40.00 Nightstick *8,000 shots one charge
Weaknesses: *Most all screws need checking after each game except for safety screws
Review: I like this gun better than the Flash. The only thing better the flash has is a shot counter and a game timer. The Electra's handle is easy to read. The Flash is to colorful. I also would have this over the Electra DX and get an x-chamber. All the add on's the DX has is a guage and a regulator. A reg would'nt do anything if you had a x-chamber. You don't need a gauge either. Just pick up your tank it either needs filling or it does'nt. The parts on a Spyder are very reliable. If anything ever breaks the part's are very easy to replace. And unlike a Tippmann it's easy to take apart and clean. The Electra has semi, 3 shot, 6 shot, and full auto with an adjustable rate of fire between 5 and 13 balls per second.
Conclusion: This is a gun for a person any age and any experience. I think this gun is a great gun at a great price. It is just as easy to work on as any spyder. I give it a 9.9
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, May 18th, 2003 at 7:22 pm PST

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