12" aluminum barrel,
Regulator with gauge,
tournament velocity adjuster,
sight rail with beavertail,
2-finger double trigger,
bottom line, drop forward,
Works with Co2 or compressed air.
The Kingman Spyder Rodeo is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
I have used an Imagine, TLX, and now an ION. It is a horrible gun compared to theImagine, because the imagine is electronic, and breaks down less, TLX because it lasts longer, and an ion because it is more durable, faster, electronic, and longer lasting!
I use an ion and i have explained in the upper paragraph.
Uses air conservativaly
Loose parts easilly
Balls slice and hook
I would definately not recomend this gun for anyone, i recomend an imagine:
10 bucks more, electronic, faster shooting, lasts longer. I really dont have anything else to say except for it is a decint gun. Newbies can use it if they wont be playing every day.
Its a nice gun all in all but if you want it to last a long thim dont count on it.
Good price, Nice look, conserves air, thats all you can say about it.
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durablity, does not shoot equally everytime, JAMS, trigger
i owned this gun 4 about 6 months, and all it does is JAM, JAM, JAM, the bolt is terrible, and everyone once in a while the trigger totally messes up and you've got to strip and fix it..
this gun os exceptionally accurate when working though and can use many balls per tank
i would not buy this gun if u play pb alot, and even if its just rec ball i wood say NO. terrible gun, this was one of spyder's terrible pieces of art.