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MyCh3mRomance Saturday, August 30th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
2 years1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Tippman 98 Spider Compact 2000
Marker Setup: -2002 Cocker
-DYE Swing Trigger
-Air America Reg
-Sticky Grips
-32* Drop on/off
-12" Teardrop
-68/3000 tank
-12v Hopper
-AKALMP Lightening Bolt
Barrel, velocity adjuster, drop forward, grips
Strengths: Cheap, Once broken in can do damage on the field, nice color selection
Weaknesses: loud, shoots 2 balls at once, chops balls, too shiny
Review: Good For beginners more experienced players will easily be able to out shoot it. It has that notorious metallic clang w/ every shot. Does shoot 2 balls at once. Does chop balls rather often. HORRIBLE VELOCITY ADJUSTER!!!!!!! I can hardly ever get it over 180 fps. Cant compete with higher end markers. Not very good for woodsball because it reflects light esp. with the stock chrome barrel. grips arent very comfortable.
Conclusion: Good for beginners. Nothing really spectacular. terrible barrel and velocity adjuster very stiff .45 grip - very uncomfortable
5 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, September 4th, 2003 at 12:33 pm PST

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