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Nwilson Monday, December 15th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months31 of 33 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Spyder agressor XT - Essentially same gun but non-electro and no ex chamber.
Marker Setup: Spyder Agressor XT - J&J 14" Ceramic
Spyder Imagine - J&J 14" Ceramic, revolution 12V, 20oz co2
Needs a Evolution2 hopper, the revvy wont keep up on high speed full auto and new barrel (of course).
Strengths: Reliable and cheap.
Weaknesses: Nothing to complain about.
Review: Nice mine at Academy for $119. I play woodsball almost exclusively, so for you speedballers I can't say if this gun will work for you. For what I use it for it's great. Bang for your buck, Spyders won't dissapoint. Only problem I had was that I got a 12v Revolution hopper with mine and was chopping balls like crazy on the high speed full auto setting. Found out the revolution wasn't keeping up. Tried it with an Evolution and worked like a charm - no breaks, not chops. Bottom line - VERY good gun for woodsball players on a budget.

P.S. Just wanted to add this.

There is alot of talk about the bolt scratching issue. EVERYBODY who owns spyders, including pro shop guys, will tell you that your bolt will scratch. This is COMPLETELY NORMAL ! this does NOT hinder the operation of the gun in any way and will NOT ever cause your gun to fail. I'm so tired of people complaing about the bolt scratching issue. It's like complaining that the Pope is Catholic !
Conclusion: Woodsball players that want full auto or 3 round burst capability - you can't beat his gun for the price. I Highly recommend.
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, December 15th, 2003 at 12:55 pm PST

Review Comments
eat evil paint Tuesday, February 10th, 2004 | 12:29 pm PST
you do not need an evolution2 for a spyder imagine, a 12 volt revvy or a empire reloader will keep up with it just fine, mabie your batteries were low or somthing

Superball Friday, May 14th, 2004 | 10:19 pm PST
since those two hoppers aren't force fed, they wont keep up if you are moving your gun or running while you shoot, because the balls can bounce in and out of the feed neck.

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