2k3 vert. autococker, tipp 98, 68 classic mag, spyder shutter
2k3 autococker stock, 16" AA freak front, and a 12v revy
def. a barrel
expansion chamber if u have the money
bolt later on
great out of box play
trigger frame is nice
trigger pull is really long
loud with stock barrel
bolt can chop sometimes
This was my 1st pb gun and it served me well. I had a 32 degrees expansion chamber on it and a 12" AA barrel and it worked great. It was really worth the money and has great accuracy. The only problem that i didnt like about it was that mine did not shoot above 250 fps. Also the range is not that far. but anyways it is a great gun for newbies and rec. players.......it is just another spyder clone......
for noobs and rec players this gun is perfect for you. Some upgrading is necessary but not immediatly.
Products Used: spyder victor, victor 2, tippmann a-5, 98 custom, 98 pro
Marker Setup: spyder victor blue, 16 inch era entity sniper barrel, v/l electronic hopper and expansion chamber
Upgrades: a toatally different gun
Product Year: Unspecified
Strengths: super cheap... my local paintball store charged $29.99 for it... thats the regular price
Weaknesses: the peice of crap looks nice, but my buddy and i took it out of the box and the first shot, it wouldnt recock and the pin broke off. the spring it comes with( stock) is very flemsy.
Review: my buddy and i pain a couple bucks for this gun, and it was a totall peice of crap... I did better with a brass eagle wal mart special pump gun... im serious... one more thing is that it isnt all that loud, but you can hear all the metal parts... it has a "PING PING" sound to it... its very annoying...
Conclusion: if your gonna play paintball once a year, go for this gun... if you are afraid to get hit, play with these guns... cuz the velocity sucks on these the highest is 230 fps. never buy a gun made by a strict paintball making company... diablo specializes in very good paintballs... not markers.