Spyder 2 in 1 Java and Pirana. The spider kicked arse and rivals the Bandit, the Pirana i was disappointed with.
Stock, right out of the box
BARREL! Maybe a electronic trigger, but did I mention a new barrel?
Great out of the box action.
Using Super Swirls got good accuracy for stock barrels, no breaks if the balls were not already broken.
I can get ALMOST 1,500 rounds off on a 9oz tank!!!
Not to heavy, not to light. And made out of good metal unlike the Pirana and other "plastic" pieces of crap i've bought.
The barrel needs to be upgraded (but the same goes for any gun!)
The ONLY think I think is a "flaw" is how they have the butt of the gun. Unlike the Java 2 in 1 (Spyder) that uses a GREAT and SIMPLE T pin, to hold the venturi and stuff in, they put two bolts in so it is almost impossilbe to take apart if you need to during a fight. Besides that I stripped one of the bolts out because they put it on to tight from the factory. I had to use plyers and scraped up the side of my gun.
Whoever says you can't take it on to an advanced field needs to play with someone who is good. The gun don't make the player, the player makes himself good. Auto's are for babies.
The Bruizer Bandit with 9oz. CO2 tank and extended barrel
Some sort of targeting system ( the sighting device sucks)
Trigger systems fast, works well w/ cold CO2, reliable, nice weight
out of box sighting sucks, use only high quality paintballs (fewer breaks)
All in all, I think this is a very nice gun. It is good for CQB and woodland skirmishes because of its size and design. It is perfect for ambushes because the trigger lets you pop off shots as fast as you can move your finger. It works well with cold CO2. It is fairly easy to clean although, unless you are using cheap paintballs, youreally dont need to clean it that often. The only real weaknesses are that sometimes it misfeeds and that it is hard to get used to the sighting, but what gun doesnt misfeed once in a while.
This is a very nice gun for the money and I would reccommend it to anyone, wether just starting out or an experienced player.
bruizer bandit with demon series barrel and aci barrel
not much great stock gun a differnt barrel makes it only better
This marker is awesome i can't say enough about it i haven't broke a ball in it yet. It is a good gun for woods ball excellent range and never jammed on me yet and i use it every weekend it puts my old spyder to shame. its pretty quiet too. Its a choice marker and is easy to upgrade and easy to maintain and easily upgradable anything with spyder threading works on it.
hard to field strip the screws are a pain but haven't broke any balls yet so haven't had to field strip it yetin the field i put thumb scews in place of the allen head screws an easy upgrade just order them. to bad nu line went out of bussiness but its cool that wgp picked it up. they did change names though they are boss products and are almost the same gun and i got tech support by just calling wgp and it was good tech support and friendly.
this is a great marker im very happy with it i wish i would have bought on a long time ago and all the bad things are easy to fix to.
Tippmann model 98, I think my buizer kicks the heck out of the M98, not even comparable.
Bruizer Bandit, 16" Smart parts all american barrel, 12 oz C02 tank, Daisy sight(looks basically)
new barrel, I think that's bout it
Hits hard and fast
Doesn't waste C02
It's impossible to strip down in the field
I love this gun. It is very durable. I play hard and this gun doesn't let me down. It will chop a ball from time to time under extreme shooting. I used the gun totally stock, even barrel for a year. In this time I've betten my fair share of M98 users and even an autococker or two. I like the gun it's accurate, great with C02, and very durable.
If you want a gun that will go through hell and still work try a Bandit.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, March 23rd, 2003 at 4:57 pm PST
The Bruizer Bandit with 12oz. CO2 tank with extended barrel
New barrel, new gun
Its slow, ugly, and breaks lots of balls.
This is a very crappy gun, it burps like crazy and chops lots of balls. The second time I
went out to play a game it broke. It took the guy 2 weeks even before he figuered out what was wroung with it. He didnt even want to fix it, so he gave me a brand new Tippmann 98 custom for free.
I think this gun sucks, and no one should by it. Even the company went out of busness
so that just shows how good it is.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 13th, 2003 at 10:53 am PST
14 in. teardrop barrel
ADCO Hot Shot sight on a 7/8 sight rail.
barrel. defiantly the barrel and if possible tear drop. it works so great.
Barrel(12 in. stock though)
This is a very good gun for the price that i got it for. I bought it off a friend for 80 and the original price was 150. It started out fine but their was a little oil on the pin which shot in two round bursts for a little while until I unoiled it.
after you get used to this gun you can pick off enemies from 100+ yards
if you just put camo tape on it and give it a better barrel then you will have a very good gun in my opinion.
Defiantly use this gun for any type of paintball. it is extremely accurate when upgraded and also very silent
i really love this gun
it did strip a few threads but i just ordered 500 dollars worth of parts and i expect it to be very good now
before i upgraded this gun it did chop balls sometimes
the stock barrel did get a dent in it because it fell when i was cleaning it so it always busts balls due to this i am using a stock barrel to a viewloader orion this has led me to ordering a freak
incase you are wondering i just ordered 500 dollars worht of parts to keep up with my brother since he just got an A-5 and beats me every time we play
this gun is very good and is worth the money
this gun is awesome it is really good when you customize it
this i a good gun i had it for a while looks awesome... mine was an early model with single trigger but it works great.. only when tryin to out shoot a revy the gun freezes up... also found back of bolt to have a chip in it... with the stock hopper the gun still shoots fast and only seen about a dozen ball breaks since i had it
great backup gun other then slight freezing never had a problem...
When this gun wants to, it works like a charm. You can really rip this thing for a blow back. Great marker for the summer/spring. Stay Away From Cold! This thing don't like it. All types of things happen. Use STURDY paint, it likes to break the weak balls. All in all its a decent gun. The company has changed over the years and I think they are not as good as they were.
Only get if your a starter. It seems like it has good and bad days.
Well, i started my hobby buing a Stingray2, so much for well spendt money.
Later i got a Spyder SE wich, in appearance is very similar to the Bruizer Bandit alltho the colours were not nearly the same (green/black to chrome and blue).
At first when i got the Bandit i thought it was the new version of the SE, and atleast it seems as if its an upgraded one, i have never been so happy as after the first two times i tried the bandit, paintball became even greater fun. Little ballbreak and a great accuracy in standard setup for a low price, it cant be better.
After some use it began to be more innacurate but a quick strip on the kitchen table (an easy strip at that), and a good ole whipe through the works made me think of it as even better than before :)
But, sometimes when im running, barrel down balls have a tendency to fall out of the barrel, i checked the retainer and it has not been damaged, this must be the most irritating "flaw" the gun has, this flaw is most often caused by cheap balls.
Great overall gun for rec or forest (alltho colours make you an easy spot, rag it up:)
remember to keep it clean and olied and dont buy the cheapest balls!