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Mat-The-Hunter Tuesday, July 22nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months11 of 13 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Spyder Extra
Marker Setup: Model 98, 2002 16" All American Barrel, 9 Oz C02 w/ Buttplate, 4x Hunting Scope, Custom Made Barrel Grips, Hyper Starr Bolt, Psycho Ballistics Double Trigger and Guard. (-Soon to come- Low Pressure Kit, Lapco Drop Forward, 3A Tank-)
-A barrel is a good idea
-A bit long so a drop forwards good, though I like the length.
Strengths: -Durability
-Good trigger pull
-Runs very efficiently off C02
Weaknesses: -Screws strip easily with given allen wrenches. Field strip with care!
Review: I've been using the gun for a short time now and I made a HUGE mistake by stripping one of the screws. DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE! BE CAREFUL!!! However the screws being stripped was my own personal negligence. he screws are very low quality as well as the allen keys. If you have access to new screws jump on it and I recommend you purchase some good allen wrench's with the gun if you are serious about the gun and your commitment.

Other than this the gun performs phenomenally. I'm a woods baller and I kind of consider myself a "sniper"/ hunter and I really like the accuracy I can achieve with my current set-up. The noise made from the gun is made mainly from the bolt and even the quietest barrel can not truly silence the gun to acceptable levels. However when 1 shot (ahem or 1 burst) is one kill it doesn't matter that much. Make sure you thoroughly clean your gun when you first purchase it as it comes with a very horrible oil job and their are some metal fragments within the clam shell occasionally. I can obtain a good range (though that often matters as I play in thick natural brush) and excellent accuracy with my set up though I believe my barrel does it all. I don't feel I have to stress even more (as other posts have done that well enough) how much you need to replace the stock barrel.
Conclusion: This was a warning about the screws! BE CAREFUL WITH THEM FOR GOODNESS SAKE!!
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, August 2nd, 2003 at 2:13 pm PST

Review Comments
Tom_D Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005 | 2:53 am PST
Hey, if you strip out your screws all you have to do is call Tippmann and ask them for some new ones. They have LEGANDARY customer support. The valve on my son's gun went bad. They UPS'ed us a new one free of charge, no questions asked. He striped out a bunch of his screws. They UPS'ed us new ones free of charge no questions asked.

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