The Kingman Victor II paintball marker is constructed with a mid-cocking bolt, a 2nd Generation Venturi bolt and a low-pressure chamber reliable performance in the field. A contoured soft grip and double trigger make it easy to hold and fire and anti double feed helps it to keep firing smoothly.
The Kingman Spyder Victor II is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Really haven't tried a marker like this in the $50 range
Spyder Victor II, 12" Custom Products barrel, Esp Classic,Ricochet Apache
Easy cleaning, LIGHT, reliable
None that I can find
This is a very good gun for noobs, easy to clean, very reliable(the only thing that has gone bad is an o-ring), light, cheap and I haven't chopped one paintball since I got the esp. If you are a paintball player that like light guns get this one. With this gun I have been able to do alot of fun things in paintball.
Get this gun if you are a noob or use it as backup.
Spyder Electra- 20oz, 18" Knock Out barrel, 12v Revi
new barrel and maby an electric hopper. (revi or overdrive)
up to 8bps stock
easy field strip
Chops balls at around 8bps
can be loud sometimes
stock barrel is bad
This gun is a very good gun for beginners and the price isn't bad either. This gun is very reliable and hasn't given me many problems. Buying a new barrel is the only real upgrade you need for this gun (I'd recomend anything from a 14" to 18" barrel). Also you should take the sight rail off the Victor 2 because its useless. This gun is a very good gun for any beginners getting into speedball or any indoor paintball. And with this gun if there are any repairs needed then if it very simple to fix them like all Spyders.
I recommend this gun to any beginner play who doesn't want to buy an electric yet or doesn't have the money. Also this marker can be upgraded to an electric with certain kingman products. This gun is very reliable and is worth the money.
Spyder Victor II, Progressive barrel, Tiger Shark bolt
electric trigger frame, barrel, breakbeam eyes
Price, weight, relieable, upgrade-ability, beats a brass eagle
Pechanical trigger frame, needs upgrades when it comes stock
Terriffic beginner gun, one of the best there is on the market. With minumum upgrades this can easily become a decent electric gun. Great for rec players because of the cheap price and reliability. Get an electric trigger frame, t-board, and eyes and you can hit 17 bps easily.
Great gun because of upgrade-ability, price and, reliability
Spyder Victor II
3a 18" 2 piece Knock Out barrel
20 oz. Co2
Polish the bolt and the other blckish piece till the paint comes off and its really shiny
Very well balanced
Accuracy out of the box
Easily field stripped
Chops paint sometimes
Bright for woodsball
Today i shot off around 20 shots at a target in my yard. The target was bout 60' away. I was using some crap wallyworld PBalls so it didn't shoot perfectly. I also bought the gun used. The first couple shots were with my 18" barrel. I had to aim up and to the right a little and all the balls hit within 1'. Then I tryed the strock barrel. I aimed up and straight above the target and the dropped a little bit more and hit in a straight horizontle line.
This is a very nice gun for the price (50-70).
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 22nd, 2005 at 5:00 pm PST
system x autococker- no comparision, much better, faster, more accurate and not that expensive
system x vengeance autococker
68ci 30000psi croosfire tank
HALO tsa frontman hopper
especially, electronic trigger frame, then it would be a decent gun
breaks balls too easy
This was the first gun that I purchased, since it was cheap and looked okay
It worked okay, but broke way too many balls and was not that accurate
I finally saved up for a cocker and compressed air system and am happy that I'm not using that piece of crap anymore
It works decentky well for the money, but can only get you so far
Decent gun for the money, but I would save 50 more bucks and get an Imagine, much faster and better looking
4 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 5th, 2005 at 6:22 pm PST
Spyder Victor II
Smart Parts 14" Progressive Barrel
VL 200 Round Hopper
Low Pressure Chamber
Easy to Field Strip
Will break Bad Paint
I think this gun is about the best you can get for 50 bucks. Period. No Frills. Just an honest
semi. I haven't had any problems with it, except I had to replace the o-ring on the low-pressure chamber once. Shoots great with good paint. I have only broken a few balls, but that is because the paint was total junk. Definitely needs a new barrel for quietness, and of course accuracy. Loud when it comes stock. Great Starter Gun. (like me)
It is also possible to shorten the trigger pull greatly. This allows a lot more bps.
If your new to paintball, or don't play much, buy this gun. You can get your entire setup for under $100. Shoots Great. Reliable.
BT-16 Elite- Way better. It costs more but it is worth it.
Pilot acs 05- better qualit, not as good as my BTbut way faster.
Pilot acs 05
72/3000 PMI Tank
Stock barrel- hey stock barrels arent that bad, just use good paint.
barrel, delrin acs bolt, e-grip( if you have the money. I would say just buy the imagine for a few bucks more), or a new gun.
Cost(mine was 60 bucks)
Yeah thats all
Bolt scratches, likes to fall apart all the time.leaks.
I saw that Gart's was having a paintball sale so I went and picked up this gun for 60 bucks. I'm unimpressed with it. Everything has to be replaced. My safety poped out when i pressed it.. After about 300 shots (or 2 games with how slow this gun is) the body gets loose and has to be tightened or taken apart(this is easy to do but it gets very annoying).
Do not buy it. Save your money for something better because you will end up throwing this away.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 7th, 2006 at 6:47 pm PST
I now own a Fenix acs, but the victor 2 is the greatest begginer gun you can get. That's what i started out with and it worked perfect.
Fenix acs with a 18" barrel, nitro set up, dye regulater, dye 3 sticky grips, APM Tiger Shark Bolt, evolution ll hopper,
You should get a way better barrel, You'll shoot alot better with a better barrel.
DURABILITY! Playing in the forest, you fall alot and i have never broken anything.
Screws come loose. Trigger is really loose even came off during a game
This is a great begginer gun and it worked pergfect for me in games with my friends. This gun isnt too fast but its a great gun. Sight rail is useless so take it off. barrel is the worst i have ever seen but what do you expect for 80 bucks.
Best begginer gun for under 100 dollars. If you want a fast begginer gun, wouldn't recommend this. If you want a fast begginer gun get a pilot or a fenix
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 25th, 2005 at 3:09 pm PST
Spider Victor II
20oz Pure Energy CO2
Kingman Expansion Chamber
200 rd. Hopper
16 in. JT barrel
Seldomly Chops Balls
Easy to strip and clean
Bolt and Inside Wear
A little loud
Sight Rail is right under your hopper
Over all this a very good gun for a beginner. It is cheap and fairly accurate out of the box. Doesn't chop balls that often. Never had any major problems with it. The marker is a little loud, but if you get a different barrel, that will help a lot. Sight rail is in a bad spot, but I never use that anyway.
I recommend this gun to any beginner. It is affordable and easy to maintain. I rate this marker a 9 because it is not perfect, but it gets the job done.
A new barrel.. Teardrop or progressive are good choices
Chops when cold
Horrible stock barrel
The Victor 2 is a decent gun, the first order of business should be to buy a new barrel for it. Maybe a teardrop or a progressive. The plastic grip is also of some concern as at times the bottom half of the gun likes to try and remove itself from the top half. This can be fixed with cranking the allen screws TIGHT. Compared to a TL-X or Xtra the Victor 2 can't hold it's own. But as a beginner gun it's not that bad. Can be upgraded an insane amount to the point where it is just as good as 600 dollar guns!
Buy this gun If your beginning paintball, or want to have a "lower" gun Uber Modded.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 31st, 2005 at 7:51 am PST