I tryed a Spyder Extra in comparisonto this and the Rodeo was way better. I even let my friends use it, and they agree when I say that this gun rules!!
Kingman Spyder Rodeo, with a Smart Parts Teardrop barrel, a Veiwloader Evolution II Electronic Loader, and a Kingman Spyder Sprint Electronic Handle.
Although this gun is good right out of the box, I think that an electronic handle, electronic loader, and a new barrel would help an already awesome gun.
Accuracy, easy to clean, light trigger pull, low pressure chamber and pressure guage included.
None at all. This gun ROCKS!!!
When I needed a new gun, my friends were trying to lean me in the direction of a Spyder, which they seemed to have done successfully. They were giving me pros and cons to guns such as the Extra, the Imagine, the Shutter, and the E99. All of these guns are good, but I was looking for something that would be able to support upgrades, and have a low pressure chamber and maybe even a pressure guage. This gun is one that stuck out to me when I ordered it from the internet. When I recieved it, I put an ordinary hopper (VL200) on it , and shot some balls. This thing was very accurate. I could shoot accurately for 150 feet plus, and still hit my target. I used my gun in a game of speed ball for the first time at Bennett's All Weather Paintball, and I was very impressed. Even my friends with Autocockers agreed that I had made the right purchase choice. Another pro was that out of roughly 950 paintballs, I only chopped two, which was a huge plus for me.
I would recommend this gun to any beginner who is looking to make a step in the right direction, or an experienced player who is looking to get a gun that is reasonably priced to hold them over for a while. For anyone, this gun is great, it can shoot fast without chopping, it is accurate, and relatively quiet. It also pays to do your homework, don't just base your pinion on my review, read other player's reviews, and good luck hunting for your gun!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 15th, 2004 at 6:32 pm PST