Paradox Electro with a on/off drop forward expansion chamber sight rail and beaver tail 12 oz co2 and veiwloader java edition electric hopper.
new barrel expansion chamber electric hopper
3 firing modes
has field strip pin
takes most spyder upgrades
1 has a big grip
2 the chip doesnt have very good protection
I bought the gun on ebay cheap only $88 bucks American and it was a good deal for an electric gun but most paintball stores have never herd of it and it doesn't have a good site for the gun.The gun is mostly made out of metal except the grip and bottom line hose. the velocity adjusters lock is only a screw with no head and it scratches the gun but it works. the gun is manly made for speed-ball and can go in woods but if it gets wet the the chip might get fried. comes with a half descent barrel. It has 3 different firing modes semi auto full auto and 3 round bursts but this gun can easily go into tourneys with some upgrades. this gun is pretty rare cause its new.it takes almost every thing for Spyder guns.
I highly recommend this gun for intermediate players that don't have big wallets and can be upgraded cheap and easily on ebay all you have to do is look for good deals. This is a great gun.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, July 23rd, 2003 at 4:30 pm PST
Autococker Eclipse'98 with full extras :-)
CCI Phantom (serial #14301), JJ HardChrom 14" barrel, InYoFace stock.
Nelson 007 (yes, yes, I have this marker)
barrel, barrel..... maybe motorized loader, HP system (if You want to play i colder weather), any drop forward
2) similar design to Spyder - many aftermarket extras (especially barrels)
3) modes of firing (semi, 3shot, full-auto)
4) easy to stripping - as Piranha - one push-pin and all internals are on hand or on ground :-)
1) stock barrel
2) freeze ups at 30-40F (during 3shot burst and full auto fires)
3) spyder-type offset bottomline
4) after few games bolt has scratches on upper surface inside; "bolt_tube" also are little scratches
good low_cost electro for all new player, with better barrel (i tested it on DYE Boomstick 14", BMF silencer 16") it could be a fast and accurate marker and bring more fun to new players
Various Spyders and Spyder Clones; This marker is most closely related to the Rebel E-markers.
I've got a Spyder S.E with a TASO eliminator, an Omega Ti Valve, a modified stock bolt, polished internals, and a 32* E-frame.
I plan on buying either this version of the Paradox or a E-99.
I'm assuming it will take Spyder upgrades so a new valve, a barrel, a regulator, a drop, and your set.
You might also want HPA, as co2 could freeze o-rings in long bursts.
-It is an Electro at a cheap price
-Excellent trigger pull (though it is anything but impresive when compared to higher end electros or even an e-99.)
-The grip frame is plastic (although the gun felt quite sturdy.)
-Only 3 firing modes... Full auto, semi auto, and bursts.
-The design; I'm tiring of the design of Spyders and Spyder clones... Color it green, slap on a cheap reg and BAM you got a new gun!
It felt durable yet light at the same time. The trigger pull was nice, but not as good as the E-99 I tried. It appears to take Spyder accesories, so upgrading shouldn't be a problem.
I'm considering buying this even though the markers at my proshop are overpriced. (This is $150, and the E-99 is $245 YES THESE ARE AMERICAN PRICES)