E-trigger from Spyder Pilot ACS (not pictured)
Alamo City Paintball "Low Flow" Delrin bolt
Shocktech spring kit
BT Apex Barrel
Rap4 (Trinity) Skeleton stock with RVA
JCS 7/8" x 7/8" Offset site rail
Leapers Red/Green dot scope
20 oz Pure Energy CO2 tank
PMI QD remote coil
Archon Gravity fed hopper (dual feed ramps, up to 11.6bps)
Oregon Scientific ATC-2K Video cam (barrel attached)
RAP4 QD sling (not pictured)
UTG 6+1 Scenario vest with hydration pack and comms
Spyder Pilot ACS with MR1 trigger frame
16" CMI Thunderpig barrel
Spyder MR1 - all stock
Spyder Sonix 2007 (3)
Covers grip frame well
Window for CAMD 2.0 display is big enough
These grips are excellent. Simple to install, and they fit snug enough to close up the gaps that the stock grips leave. Honestly, you can't even call the original plastic pieces that Kingman provides "grips". They're more like placeholders for whatever grip upgrade you decide to buy.
One thing I liked about it was the fact that nothing obstructs the CAMD 2.0 window (unlike some OTHER grip manufacturers products), so no problem seeing what firing mode I was in.
Grips were comfortable through a full day of scenario play. My hand never slipped from the grip, either. No hand fatigue at the end of the day like I've had with the stock grips for the Pilot ACS and the MR-1.
I've seen some people complain on forums that the grips impede the solenoid on their e-triggers. I've had no problems with that. Every time I pulled the trigger (whether in semi, 3 or 6 round burst, or full auto) I had appropriate response.
The only negative (in theory) that I can see is the price for these grips. Even there I lucked out as I was able to pick them up for $15 on eBay. So I can't even ding them for that.
Ten all the way for this product.
If you dislike the original equipment "grips" that Kingman provides for their spyder markers, give these grip replacements a try. You won't be disappointed.
Spyder xrta w/ 32 degrees spring set, 16" cp barrel and reg, empire reloader b, and sypder rocking triger, darkstar bolt (local shop made it), trinity grips and shocktech clamping feedneck
protects the board better than stock rocking trigger
Nothing maybe price.
I bought these mainly because i was afraid of losing my board due to getting paint in my frame because the stock grips had huge openings in it. After i had these put on i got what i mainly came for it closed and sealed holes i had and found that it matched my sett up better than the stock grips and were very comfortable.
The only problem i had is how much it cost for a peice of rubber but you do what you have to. I could have been worse i could have ending up spending over 100 dollars on a new board.
I would totally recommend you get these if you have the same problem i did. But if you don't have the same problem i would not recommend it just because of cost (in less you want it for cosmetic purposes).
I am going to give it 10 because it save me alot of money that i could have ending up spending on a board.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 7th, 2007 at 3:18 pm PST
spyder pilot '05 ACS
J&J elite barrel kit
spyder trinity feedneck
spyder virtue board
upgrade spyder volumizer (ok it might not help much but it looks awesome
trinity sticky grip
Spyder fasta 9V led hopper
trinity clamping feeder
madman spring kit
ACS delrin bolt
20oz co2 with anti syphon
smartparts .689 bore 14 in barrel
also have a spyder tlx with trigger spring, volumizer, vertical clamp upgrades, empire reloader or the BEST grav hopper ever, the tacmo arc
also have the j&j barrel kit and spare spartparts barrel for that too (its the wifes)
laser dot sight
madman spring kit - 6 piece
EXTREMLY easy to fit and incredibly comportable, nice smoke rffect
None, make me realise how rubbish my stock grip was, ill never change this grip
There's many types of grips, and a few specifically for the spyder markets. The trinty grip is sort of 2 tone (color of your choice, for the grip, but all include the soked glassy type center over th eelectronics, and a window for electronig setting display
the thing is so comfortable to use, and unlike my pilot stock grip, it doesnt stick out ait (hated the plastic grip for that, never got it flat down. As its for spyder electronic larkers, they include the led/board window so its easy to see what settings you have
I love the fact that kingman markers are so easy to upgrade, lots of 3rd party companies making upgrades like this
awesome grip, spyder electronic marker owner needs one. I dont charge my batter IN my marker,I take it out........reaon for this? I use a powerex 9v , 300mah, seems to last forever without charging. When I do chage it and take the grip off one side, it STILL fis plush to the marker, bo gap
Very easy to install into the grip and very comfortable to hold. I had it fitted into my Spyder Rocking Trigger Frame and there wasn't any problems.
At first impression, I thought the product made the frame grip too wide and thick, but it's actually at the right size. The material for the grip comprise of mostly rubber, which makes the marker more comfortable to handle compared to the stock plastic cover. During play, the grip might not be as sticky as one might expect because of the paint that splatter on the grip. A good clean wipe would solve that issue.
I would recommend this grip as an alternative to any other grip, but I'm not sure how much more different it'll be with Dye's sticky grips. Otherwise, it's an excellent product.