NW 15 degree block
J&J ceramic barrel
NW drop with on/off
Dye sticky grips
SS braided hose
PMI inline regulator
polished stock bolt without venturi
Evil valvestock LPC
Nice angle, makes the marker feel a bit more comfortable, decent airflow.
The included LPC didn't work with the stock barrel shroud for the shutter.
Well, it's mostly a cosmetic/ergonomics product. It's not really meant to increase performance, and I didn't expect it to, or notice that it did. What I did notice is that I simply like the feel of my marker a bit better. It would have been nice if the matching NW LPCwasn't so big around at the base so i could use it, but oh well.
If you're looking for an alternatice to the check-it assault block, then go for it. Just remember that your barrel shroud won't work with the LPC.
Dye Sticky Grips
Everything else stock.
Good look to it
This was a very good product and works wonders when put on a Spyder gun. The regulator is awesome and the look of it is crazy! Will definitely help your gun. Not much more you can say about it except that it has to be the best. Go buy it now.
32* Whisper Barrel (14")
Dye Sticky Grips
ST Superfly Bolt
ST Inline Reg
NW 15* Front Block
Dead-on-Paintball Drop Forward, Large
32* Maddman Spring Kit
VL 9-Volt X-Board Revolution
Nitro Duck 47 3000
Threads can be stiff at first
Well, theres not much to say. It fits Spyders (NOT THE AMG OR OTHER IRREGULAR SPYDERS!!!!!) which is saying something, as Spyders are the pickiest guns with regards to upgrades. Its angled, maybe a better posture? LALALALALALA..... must write 50 words..... its a good solid metal construction, NOT going to break on you anytime soon.
If you want an aftermarket reg for your spyder go with this (b/c your front block is "special" (ie. it has different threads than your new reg)) or the trinity 15* front block. They both work, and its not like the front block can do much for performance if its done well, which it is! i give it a ten 'cause it works, and works well for spyders.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, December 31st, 2004 at 10:37 am PST