IPI (Intelligent Push Button Indicator) 3.0 System
Backlit SPD Readout (Screen Panel Display)
Push Button Quick Release Takedown Pin
Teardrop Extended Drop Forward
See-Through Adjustable Vertical Ball Feed
Matte Finish Receiver With Graphic Engraving
Matte Finish Non-Reflecting Barrel
External Battery Charging Port
Reactive Trigger Response
Fore Grip With Expansion Chamber
High Speed/Low Speed Adjustable ROF
Rate of Fire To 14 Balls Per Second
Firing Modes Include Semi-Auto, Full-Auto and Burst Modes
Low Pressure Chamber
Steel Braided Bottom Line Air Supply
Low Battery Indicator
The Kingman Spyder E-99 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
My dad has the spyder sonix and it doesn't even compare with my gun but he is upgrading his gun and I will upgrade my gun also. We both use nitro and it helps his gun somewhat but the sonix needs another barrel and a different delrin bolt.
I got the E-99 a few days ago and this gun is awseome! Me & my dad played outside and he said that he couldn't move anywhere when I had it on 3-shot burst cuz the balls cone out so fast. and this gun is easy to carry around and isn't very heavy.
I would reccomend putting a PMI barrel on it and get the ricochet 2k so I can hold the trigger for a longer time without any dry fires. I was also thinking of getting a new expansion chamber with micro-line hosing.
The velocity is different because it hurts a lot more to get hit with the E-99 than my dad's sonix. And in semi-auto mode the balls don't curve they just go in a straight line. Also, the trigger frame doesn't come loose, which can cause the cocking knob to move towards the front when a round is fired.
In the burst modes on the E-99 you can't shoot from a far because the balls curve to much even with nitro.
I think that this is a very good gun in overall but there are a few things that could be changed on the gun, but i thought that it was accurate and could really take a beating without damaging the gun at all.
Brass Eagle Rainmaker, Spyder Flash, Spyder Flash LCD, Dark Angel LCD (if i had the money, i would of gotten that, but the E-99 can keep up with an Angel pretty well so i don't know why i'm biznatching)
When playing at the local field: Kingman Spyder E-99, 11.5 inch Aradus barrel, Ricochet 2K hopper, PMI Pure Energy 48ci tank on remote; When playing with my friends in the place we set up (good for sniping): Kingman Spyder E-99, 17 inch TASO Stone Cold 2 barrel, Ricochet 2K hopper, PMI Pure Energy 48ci tank on remote, which is on a gas through stock
Its great out of the box, but i would recommend at least a motorized hopper of some sort to avoid breaking to meaning balls
One of the first things i've noticed is how light it was in comparsion to some of the other electros i've used. Its pretty accurate with the barrels i have, and it has an INSANE rate of fire for the price that i bought it for looks pretty good too
only real things i noticed can be easily fixed. A new barrel is pretty much a must, but with most guns thats a given. It might as well be a blender if you don't get a motorized hopper. And last but certainly not least.......... a car charger............... wtf, come on now, Kingmans a smart company couldn't they come up with something better then a car charger?
Over all this gun is well worth the money that i payed for it. I was kind of set off about my order at first, because the week it got here, i was playing with a borrow Dark Angel, and i must say i was obsessed. But this gun proved me wrong the first time i played with it, took out 4 out of the 5 members of a team me and my people were playing with. Gave it a 9 cause nothings perfect
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:30 am PST