-smart parts tacticaL barrel (kingman thread)
-Spyder fasta hopper
everthing else is stock
Barrel of choice
A decent hopper, or obviously it will chop
Any other upgrades are not necessary at the begining
2. Doesn't chop if you have a suitable hopper
3. Reliable & Durable
2. Above average use of co2
The Spyder E-MR1 is ready to go right out of the box, however,I had to cut the striker spring to get it to shoot at 250 fps, even with the velocity turned down. This gun can take a beating, and is great for woods ball. With an upgrade of a decent barrel this gun is very accurate. I have only chopped one ball with the gun which was when my electronic hopper borke so i had to use a gravity hopper for the rest of the day; but, with a good hopper it won't chop.
It's very loud, I actually scared a team mate when I shot it. also, it uses up co2 quicker than other guns. The only real problem I face with it was the elbow pice as my hopper fell out a few times, on the other hand some others with that elbow didn't have the same problem that I faced.
This gun is great for woodsball and scenario games. It is also extremely durable and reliable. A recomend this gun for intermidate players like my self who play lots of paintball in the woods. Also, it looks really good. Not the fastest gun but can definetly keep up with some of the $500. overall a good gun.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, October 19th, 2008 at 10:40 pm PST
Stock is nice, decent BPS, double trigger, sturdy, 3 ModesofFire
A little heavy, trigger debounce un-adjustible, requires elbow
When I first saw it, I was like: That looks awesome I want that. I got it, loved it, and started modyfying it. I adjusted the trigger as close as I could to the firing mechanism so I could walk faster. Then I started noticing inconsistencies with the ROF. When I would fire the gun at a steady rate, it would do this pop pop pop popop pop popop.
I later learned that the trigger debounce was messed up. And, it turns out the Board that it comes with doesnt allow you to adjust it. Now I dont remember if the gun was always like this or not. But you need to watch out for that.
I do however like that it comes with the stock thats very nice. The rechargable battery is good and lasts for a while.
Also the requirement of an Elbow is kind of dissapointing, it makes the gun way to big.
Good that is comes with a stock, double trigger, and 3 modes of fire, and a rechargable battery. Dissapointing that it requires an elbow and that you cant adjust the Trigger De-Bounce.