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bigjohnson32 Sunday, September 28th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Marker Setup: Kingman Spyder Compact Deluxe, Smart Parts 14" Tear Drop Barrel, Java expansion chamber kit, 2 12oz. Co2 Tank, eVLution 2, shocktech superfly bolt-short, and ESP 3.0 e-frame
Strengths: Improves your guns consistancy and is an essential for markers without exp. chamber
Weaknesses: Price (was too lazy to search around but i wont factor that into my rating)
Review: I bought this kit from a local store for $60, its a lot of money but I also didn't shop around cause i waited till the last minute, but i advise you get it if you have a spyder and if your a beginner or don't feel like ordering a bottom line with a spyder offset, 2 elbow's a hose, and an expansion chamber, then assembling it. because the spyder has an angled offset for where your bottom line attaches, it's simple to put together, just unscrew 2 screws on your grip frame, slide in the nuts, screw them back on, screw your expansion chamber in, then screw the bottom line on, and your done.
Conclusion: Only get this kit if you have a Spyder, otherwise look for something else, im not sure what it did, because i wasn't paying much attention when i played without it, but its an essential for any Spyders without bottomlines or expansion chambers, I get 1100+ balls on my 1 12oz. CO2 tank, in 60-70º weather
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, December 23rd, 2003 at 7:27 pm PST

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