Kingman's Spyder Sport paintball marker features a 2nd generation Venturi bolt with air through the fore grip and a strong composite frame. It includes a micro-polished, ported, muzzle break barrel and a .45 grip frame with rubber grips for a secure grip in the field. The double trigger offers you fast and controlled firing.
The Kingman Spyder Sport is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
-can't upgrade to any grip because of the screw setup
i bought this gun just because it was under $100 and my friends and i play at a custom made field thats 3 min away from my house, so i can just play around and have a nice friendly game without any worries about it.
this gun is next to useless. you can't use it in the cold weather because the barrel is horrible, the internal mechanism is second-hand crap, and it can easily crack. it's not upgradable and it does not come with an expansion chamber. even if you want to put one on, it uses weak plastic treads to screw it in.
i went to skirmish yesterday and acctually used this gun. i couldnt play on the first field because balls kept breaking and the paint got into my hopper, so i had to waste a lot of paint. i only had the gun working file for 2 rounds. the last field was the pentagon and is supposed to be one of the really fun fields. i wouldn't know because i couldn't play because my gun went out on me again. basically i should have never used the spyder sport, it was a waste of time and money.
conclusion: waste of time, money, and space. even if you paid $75 for it, i'd say u got taken for about $50.
This is a good beginner gun although they don't really sell this gun anymore, I wouldn't really recommend this gun if you are starting out buy a tippman 98. This gun could use a lot of upgrades including a new trigger and a new barrel. This gun was good for me, but seeing that they don't sell them anymore it is pretty useless.
This is a very cheap gun and you get what you pay for.
OK....I have only used this stuff for two months.....and can't complain yet
well i would say tippman 98 but this gun beet that by a mile...its not the gun its he shooter
Spyder Sport stock
new 32 degrees venturi bolt
black viewloader hopper
14 oz. brass eagle tank (brass eagle doesn't make tanks its a different company that ships to brass eagle)
Umm....a newer bolt, maybe a new barrel because mine doesn't piss me of that much, its ok for what it is......
VERY easy field strip, pretty good with the air, accurate to a certain extent
the venturi bolt had broken on me
Well, this gun is pretty good considering it needs only one or two things fixed within the first itme of getting it........and the CO2 is pretty nice so, i am happy with this gun..you may wanna get a new barrel like a longer one and can add some UMPH to the thing you know.......this is my first gun and probably my last, i am planning to stick with the sport for years or until it craps out on me...........keep the paint flying
its a 10 because for this being my first gun it isn't all that hellish......once in a while it chops paint, but what gun doesn't?
- Bolt Sucks
- Plastic Gun
- It'll break within 5 mins of use
I just bought this gun, i shot it once, it worked... second shot the bolt poped out through the barrel. Don't buy this gun, spend a few more bucks and buy something better. Beginner or otherwise, this gun sucks. Do not buy this gun, you'll be wasting money, no doubt. This gun is shady, janky, etc.
Overall bad gun, don't but it. You'll be wasting money.. i'm pissed that i spent $60 on garbage.
Brass eagle talon
WGP 2002 autococker
Kingman spyder one
Indian creek designs bushmaster
J&J ceramic 14" barrell
32 degree's venturi bolt
20 oz. PMI Co2 tank with on/off valve
Strong composite frame
Barely chopped balls
Easy to use
Leaked Co2 abit through the low pressure valve
i first bought this gun off of wal-mart when it first came out it. when i got it the gun worked great until i went to play with it and it started leaking Co2 pretty bad so i lossend the low pressure valve and wrapped the threads with a ton of that white plumbers pvc tape till it sealed it perfectly. then the bolt broke on me later finding out kingman used a cheap plastic bolt instead of a normal aluminum or derlin bolt. it is a good gun you just need to upgrade it abit and then it should work great
Great gun just get a new barrel and bolt
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, September 8th, 2006 at 1:45 am PST
viper m1(no comparison to any other gun ever made)
viper m1 zap hopper, bi pod, military stock, sight rail
i reccomend uppgrading so much u might as well have bought a differant gun in the first place
Weak frame, inaccurate, waistes co2
This is the worst gun i have ever used in my entire paintball career, fairly inaccurate, cheap non abs plastic body, i dropped it once and the body literally broke in half, trigger frame broke off, just a horribly bad gun all in all, not even a good gun to start with. waists allot of co2 also
Never buy this spyder especially, i have not recomended a single spyder since this one
My spyder sport I bought from a friend all stock. The gun really sucked until I bought a reinforced to bolt and got a 16 in. terminator barrol. Using nelson hotspot or evil paintballs the most I have chopped is 3 in a game. Nelson and evils (having your velocity adjusted right) have good distance and ( with my barrol) are really accurate.
This gun is a good gun if you give it time and up grades.
rebel 02 bottomline
brass eagle avenger (sucks)
i got a tricked tippy a-5 this thing was stock except for a stock jt barrel
maybe a drop
doesnt take too much maintenance
chops (in not perfect conditions)
My friend bought this gun at sports authority "on sale" for 95$. He maintained it well until about a year ago when he got his tippmann. My gun broke one game so he let me use it. This gun was ok. When I used it the balls were horribly inaccurate or they chopped so I used my brothers stock JT barrel and it got somewhat better. The main thing I like about this gun is that it is so light and yet it can reasonably unload paint. The only time ive ever seen this gun completely and permanently break was when the bolt broke. That was an easy fix though after the replacement bolt arrived.
its ok, id recommend a 98 if you have the choice between the two
Accurate with SP Progressive
easy field strip
In my test, none, but other reviews say many.
It was accurate and consistant with a Smart Parts Progressive barrel. It was light and quick and had a very balenced feel with a 16oz stubby. I never chopped any of the Core paintballs i put through it. I was imprssed. I actually like it about the same as my friends TL+. I don't have to clean, matain, fix, or play with it, but just shooting it is pretty nice.
I liked it for what little I used it. I think it is a good gun for beginners especially.