12" aluminum barrel,
Regulator with gauge,
tournament velocity adjuster,
sight rail with beavertail,
2-finger double trigger,
bottom line, drop forward,
Works with Co2 or compressed air.
The Kingman Spyder Rodeo is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
BE Marauder - doesn't even compare.
Spyder Victor - louder, inconsistant velocity.
New barrel (if you want, doesn't really need one, stock barrell is great)
complete LP system. Quiet. Stock barrel accurate.
A little heavy.
I am thoroughly impressed with this marker. You don't even need to upgrade it, although you could get a new barrel if you really wanted to... It's quiet, sleek looking, accurate, and relatively inexpensive. The marker itself feels solid, although i suppose it could be a little lighter... especially if you were a smaller player, or had weak tooth-pick arms. If you can lift a can of soup to the counter, then you should be able to handle this thing.
I would strongly recommend this marker to anyone looking for their second gun; definitely worth the money. Im giving it a ten.
Spyder Victor - not as accurate, much louder, slower. Spyder compact- almost as accurate, louder, chops balls like a champ. Tipman custom 98 - almost as accurate, slightly louder, slower.
Spyder Rodeo Stock, 20z co2 tank, Diablo Inferno paintballs.
Ok, well i'm the first to review this, and I waited for so long hopeing someone else would before I got this gun, but no one did so I took a chance and bought the gun anyways. I'm happy I did. This gun shoots much more accurately with the stock barell than any of the other guns I have tried.
Accurate for stock barell shot at 150 feet with a 12-18 inch grouping
For a stock regulator, it does a decent job of keeping consistency, I was useing the gun in fairly cold weather and noticed very little loss of consistency or spikes.
This gun for not haveing a electronic frame, shoots pretty fast, it has a double trigger with a super light pull and does not chop balls useing just a regular veiwloader hopper.
This gun has fairly comfortable rubber grips. This gun has excellent build quality, its not to heavy but you can defantly tell its solid, it doesn't feel fragile or flimsy or to light compared to some cheaper guns. The vertical feed on this gun is metal, not plastic like the e-99 adavant and imagine select. This gun looks cool as hell, compare to the pirranah ext pro g3, Kingman defantly stole some design ideas, thier practly the same gun only this is cheaper, I can only imagine what this gun would be capable of with an mako storm or boo-yah e frame.
you can always use a better barell
trigger is not adjustable, however this isn't an issue considering it has a super light double trigger that allows you to shoot as fast as you can pull it.
This is an execellent gun for anyone looking to get into paintball or anyone looking to play in tournaments that do not allow full auto. Because of the quality of this gun, and its large list of features, this gun could be made devastateing with very few upgrades unlike many other semi's that require hundreds of dollars just to make them competitive, (the gun comes with a decent built in regulator, that saves you 60-140 bucks right there) throw a better barell on this gun and a boo-yah or sorm electronic frame on it, and its time to go angel hunting for an eighth of the price. Overall all I can say is get this gun, you won't be dissapointed, msrp 170 paintball-discounters has it for 130 with free shipping.