none not worth it to spend on money on a beginners gun
Weight size accuracy speed
This is a good gun for a beginner should be bought if starting to play . no upgrades should be put on this gun because you wil spend more money putting upgrades when you can bying a better gun. this gun is only for beginners not for any one with experience
Any beginner very easy to maintain
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 15th, 2006 at 10:00 pm PST
Like I said, a durable little guy, will stick by your side in a fight, and has endless upgrades. I know guys that have so decked out their Victors, it would make a guy with an Angel whimper. Unfortunately, it's a little loud, but that can be fixed with a better barrel.
If your a beginner looking for a good starter gun, consider this one
The spyder imagine, and spyder fenix acs. These blow the victor right out of the water because these guns are so accurate. The victor just does not match up to these because it is such a bad gun and i would only sugest it if you have no money.
I use the spyder fenix acs and the accessories i have for it is a 14inch proto barrel, and an electric hopper.
All that you can possibly get for it because this gun needs tham very bad.
Color, light weight.
Not accurate, stock barrel sucks, leaks co2 or air, cheap, chops, expensive for price.
I would not get this gun because it stinks and you will not like it because you will get out very easy at a tournament because this gun just does not cut it comparred to all of the other markers out there. I would get anything but this because this gun is just not worth the money because it is not as good people say it is on this site. Believe me it has a lot of problems so i suggest to get a different marker than this one.
Get something else than this because you simply cant rely on this gun at all because all of the problems it has so get something different than this.
Spyder Victor II, 20oz tank and a 9oz tank (both Co2). Stock Barrel.
A better barrel.
I can't seem to find any key stregths.
Ball chops and jams.
Keep in mind I used the gun in chilly weather. So obviously it preformed poorer. But yesterday I had a match in a desert like terrain with clumps of trees in it. My friend (Headshot) used the gun yesterday and had good comments for it. Headshot had very few ball shops and it didn't jam once. When I used the gun though, I found it chopped often and it spit Co2 a lot. But like I said before this was due the the coldness.
Overall it is a good gun, easy to strip and clean, shoots fine but a little inaccurate.
Do not use this product in cold weather, that goes for most guns really.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 7th, 2006 at 6:43 am PST
victor, vl revolution w/ upgrade board, jt proflex, custom 16 in. barrel
A better barrel and an e hopper/ trigger
Accurate, fast, light, double trigger
Jams a little
I like this as a mechanical gun, but compared to an ion or imagine its not nearly as good. If your just starting to play paintball, then i suggest you get this gun, to see if you like the sport. But if your tired of mechanical markers and want a better gun then get an ion with blackheart or any shocktech upgrade board.
I suggest this gun for newbies. if you already have this gun then youll know y i give it a nine out of ten
BARREL! that is probably the only investment you should then go for a new better gun dont over upgrade
Great beginers gun, cheap, dependable
Horible acuracy with stock barrel
This was my very first gun and i LOVED it. it never broke down EASY to clean and would work even after you drop it. i am glad that this was my first gun because i got introduced to the sport with good equipment. I think in my gun's lifetime it has only copped three balls but they may have been deformed. so if you are new to the sport or even just need a good cheap ( 50-60 dollars now) for back up buy this gun. experienced players dont waste your time because you will just be dissapointed.
For new players this is the best gun you can get so 10 out of 10 but experienced players it wont be up to your skill level so 7 out of 10 so the average of the two is 8.5 givin it a 8 cause of its price, dependablity, and quality but wont match up to better guns. New player this gun is a must for you
Evil Pimp- olive
Green Halo B
68/4500 Crossfire system
stiffi 12' .689 barrel
Cheap, doesnt use that much c02, maybe 1000 shots on a 20 oz.
Blowback, Mechanical, slow
Ok, i went to my friends house, and we went to academy to get a gun for the first day of paintball(for my friend) about 2-3 years ago. We picked it up, payed,left got home, opened it up and gassed her up. We shot about 1000 rounds (efficent) on a 20 oz. its kind of accurate for a spyder, 5 out of ten shots on a 5'X 5' target 100 ft. away. its accurate for a spyder, but suggest that you get a new barrel if you want Pinpoint accuracy.
The victor is a good gun for people looking to up from there BE's :] and any begginer who wants a solid spyder. Highly upgradeable:) im going to give it an 8 because the accuracy's not the best.
I own a spyder x-tra also which is so much better and soon getting a Karnivor
Spyder x-tra with teardrop barrel and a tripod revy, Spyder Victor, revy, stock.
Expansion Chamber, new trigger, new bolt, new barrel, anything not stock
Great price, small profile
Chops, Slow, needs a feedneck, high maintance
I bought this gun so when my friends came over i could play against them. Out of the box it shot pretty good, chopped some but i can stand that. About a month after i bought it, the trigger pin fell out and it is almost impossible to find another one so i had to make on out of a hanger. I also have had to replace so many o-rings is not funny. The gun is really light and small so you can really move fast with it. The gun costs around $50. Another bad thing about it is that it freezes when in the cold which kinda sucks. It ruined a whole day of paintball for my friend. He was pretty bumbed.
I would only recomend this gun for people who like to upgrade and work on guns. Its a good gun if you know what your doing but it can be a pain to newbies like i once was
good stock gun
exelent beginer gun
better than the Tippmann
Strait elbow makes hopper sit high
chops sometimes, if not cleaned balls go crazy
When i bought this marker it cost me 70$ for it and c02. It was my 1st semi marker
What i noticed about it is that in stock form it does really well
if you turn you victor slightly at an angle when u shoot it will sometimes chop (my tippman does this also) then u get what i like to call crazy balls they go every where this is not a problem once you get ballenced with this marker
it is pretty acurate but for the price this is acurate
If u are thinking of getting an e-99 or an extra dont this does just as good as those
and with the money u save u can upgrade what u want
with my 12 oz brass eagle tank i got 700 shots before in 70 degree weather
i choose this over my tipmann when i play
i bought the tippmann because my friend told me it is a better gun all around now he is crying because this put so much paint on his mask its not funny
i play at my freinds coarse he has parties usually 12 on 12 and i rocked with this gun
until a bunch of vietnamese showed up with indian creeks and boblongs and shokers
and killed us all (but there ur getting in to a hole other grade of markers)
I have had this gun eversince i started the sport i would never get rid of it
it has a special place in my heart
this is a very good gun for someone intrested in the sport that is short on cash
it can run with iny low to mid grade marker(ill sick my cocker on the high grade ones :)
This gun will always have a place in my heart i give it an 8.6 (round up) because i choped alot in it
but squeegy it out and yull be fine
chamber (forgrip) and 14 inch sniper barrel would be nice and also customize your or buy a new pin valve for better and further shots.
Equally balanced with tank and hopper. upgradeable and pretty accurate .
Cheap paintballs will chop and after theres paint in the barrel they curve and spyrel.
This is my third gun and i plan on getting a spyder mr1 because it has a stock but overall this is a nice reliable gun and its really esay to take apart to clean. I didnt know nothing about taking apart a painball marker but i took this one apart and put it back together and it works good.
i would say its well worth it for the price you pay. Everything on it is metal except the grip but thats upgradeable ( i would get an e-grip)