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Jonak Tuesday, June 24th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Less than a month
Products Used:
Spyder Imagine
Spyder 2in1 Compact
Marker Setup: Spyder Electra
12vt Revolution
Stock Barrel (Soon to be Armson Stealth 16'')
Stock Bolt (Soon to be Bandit Bolt #33)
Stock Trigger (Soon to be Check It Products Sweet Spot Trigger)
Stock Regulator (?) (Soon to be Bob Long Torpedo In Line Regulator)
Stock Feed (Soon to be Vertical Feed Adaptor)
Electric Hopper (12vt Revolution works fine)
Bandit Bolt #33
Palmer Stabilizer OR Bob Long Torpedo In-Line Regulator (For CO2)
Check It Products Sweet Spot Trigger
Vertical Feed Adapter
Strengths: Stock parts that don't need to be upgraded right away
Fun to use!
Weaknesses: They didn't make it earlier
Review: My first gun and I love it. Whenever I play with my friends, they all want to shoot it, and that's just with stock parts, AND they have autocockers and impulses. Can't wait for my upgrades, this gun is good now, I can't wait for it to be upgraded.
For new people such as myself, this gun is greet because I can put down 200 now and then spend 50 or 60 on a good mask so that I am comfortable while playing. Then when i have more money, I can get some upgrades.
I have a friend with an Imagine (who bought it when I bought my Electra) and keeps complaining after a round. He is actually bugging me to buy aftermarket parts so that I can give him my stock parts. The same is happening with a friend of mine who has a 2in1 Compact. The Electra is a greet deal, especially because upgrades can wait a little (unless you have friends who need your stock parts =P).
My only nit-pick is with the trigger frame, a little too bulky for my taste.
Still, the trigger frame being a little too bulky isn't enough to drop down the rating, after all, it's just a matter of being used to it.
Conclusion: Amazing gun for 190, appealing gun for 290. If you have 300-350 lying around, buy the electra, a good mask, a good electric hooper, and your set.
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, June 24th, 2003 at 8:28 am PST

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