-Electronic firing modes: Semi (Eye On/ Off), Auto
-Shoots up to 25 balls per second
-Seamless EYE device breaks less paint
-True military style adjustable shoulder stock
-Removable raised sight rail/ handle
-Full size strength and agility
-Powered by C02 or compressed air
The Kingman Spyder MR3 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Empire hopper(to cheap to get another,don't need one anyway) A 14inch muzzle barrel and a 20oz CO2 tank
Strong, shoots well,eyes, and just about everything you want out of a gun.
No eyes on auto.
Good gun, alot of people complain about it being heavy, true heavier than most guns, but it isn't that heavy, for the weak A. Work out a little B. dont get it, sry sounds mean but what else can i say. The gun is not for beginners in my opinion, and takes a little more time to clean.
Very very good gun, owns tippmann. I suggest to get the gun with another barrel, and be a little experienced.
Fast loader, Maybe a barrel,sling if you don't use a remote line
Rate of fire
Kinda on the heavy side
No eyes on full auto.
Just used this gun in an all day scenario game here i NC.Used up 2 cases of paint with not one break using semi w/eyes on. The ROF cap for the game was 15 bps, so the triumph held its on. Went there with a remote line, but it started leaking around the quick connect, so I had to attach the tank directly to the gun, and boy was I glad I took the time to make that sling.After 6-7 hours of running, diving, jumping, etc. with this thing it can get really tiresome. But with that being said I will continue to use it, because of the afore mentioned strengths of the marker, plus I love the sleek look. Some may not, but thats for there review.FYI- I have never tried the full auto with balls, really see no need to. Like another genelmen said you can fire pretty fast walking the trigger, and have the benifit of having eyes.
I would definitly recommmend this gun to anyone, it has a few minor flaws, one of which can be easily remedied with a new pair of grips. But if wieght is an issue for you you may want to look elseware, although when the remote was working it really wasn't that bad. Buy it if you have the cash, and are looking for a decent scenerio type marker.
-Accurate, Powerful, Fast, Light trigger, Good Stock, surprisingly accurate stock barrel.
No eyes on auto?!?!? Loose grip.
This is a great gun if you can get a good price, over $250 though go for the new MR2 with EYE otherwise get this unless your heart is set on the better stock/raised sightrail, the better stock and raised sight rail are great things to have and the only break I've gotten was once when i put 500 rounds through it with a gravity feed at high speed. Eyes are amazing, nice light bolt. The stock wobbles but it allows for gun adjustments without moving it on your shoulder if you use it right. the barrel works better then any 10" I've seen before, and with a reddot, I've yet to miss my target. Can you say headshot from 75 feet with one try?
Great gun, works like a charm i would reccomend this to any experenced player, though the loose grip leaves electrons vulnerable to water if dropped in mud or other such things as the gun isn't waterproof. Still, it's a kickass gun.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 8th, 2008 at 5:52 pm PST
I also have a Spyder MR1
I have also used a spyder Piranha
16 inch RAP rifled Barrel
Evlution III hopper
BSA red dot sight
20oz Co2 tank ( WIll upgrade to compressed air soon.)
First off you need to get a longer barrel, especially if you play woodball. I got a RAP Rifled Barrel because it is one of the few ones that will fit under the rings at front of gun.
Electronic hopper that can keep up with the gun.
Can use compressed air
VERY VERY Durrable
No Burst settings
Electronics can be a little exposed
I originally bought the MR1 for just fooling around. But when I got serious I got the Mr3. This gun is great for intermediate to advenaced players. Perfect for woodballing, not that great for something like speedball.
The one thing that I don't get about the design of the gun is the front of the gun. There are three rings that the barrel must go through in order to screw in. You must find a thinner barrel to fit. RAP Has barrel specifiaclly desinged for this.
Over all i would buy this gun if you play alot of woodball and scenario games. I would be it over the tippmann A-5 any day.