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. Check out the Places to Buy links below for places to purchase it new.
1.Reliability needs very little matnience
2.Long trigger pull can only get about 4-6 bps
Very easy to field strip as with all spyders. Good entry level gun because of price. Can be upgraded to a advanced marker. one problem is that the venturi bolt is extremely noisy. When i take a shot everyone knows about it. When your take it out of the box (if you can take it out of the box) it seems to shoot nicely. you do curve abit but not a problem. have used about 1.5 cases through this marker and broken 2 balls. both easy to clean
I would reccomend this gun as an entry level gun or a backup. ill give it a nine because of the trigger pull and stock barrel.
viewloader vl200, 12oz CO2, teardrop barrel, victor 2
teardrop barrels are the best (in my opinon). Kingman Spyder ESP Classic E-Frame IPI 3.0 Trigger Frame is a big asset,(chrome looks the best with a blue gun.) would be nice to have if u can buy it. a viewloader revloution 12v would be needed if u get the e-frame.but mostly the barrel if you dont want to get anything else
The gun is a good quality for price.
The barrel is poor get new one A.S.A.P
I first use the gun in an open field type like a prarrie. i was ok but i couldnt hide well with the shiny blue on my gun but other then that i was fine. i then went to a local field with some intermeteate kids. i was desent for the first time and i believe the gun did well. i have shot 2000 rds out of it and not one has broke. even when when i see my friends balls break all the time. the gun is good for the price and right there for beginners that dont want to spend a lot of money the first time they go paintballing.
For all the first timers this gun is for you. good gun for only $60( thats how much i got for it)
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 21st, 2004 at 5:25 am PST
My little bro got this gun. We took it out and it choped 1 ball out of 250. It didnt shoot sraight but the paint sucked. I hated the grip, It was hard and not so comfy. I put my fisfits barrel on it and it could shoot anything. The trigger pull is a bit long so the new trigger spring would help.
After I used it in a test i knew that i wanted this gun. It had good accuracy with the stock barrel but needed a little better accuracy that is why i recommend a new barrel for it to give you better distance with your shot and better control. If you want to be hidden get the green for wood fields and the blue for regular fields.
I recommend this for someone who is not looking to spend a lot of money and is looking for a good gun to use and an intermediate or amateur.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, August 11th, 2004 at 2:08 pm PST
spyder victor II, smart parts linear, VL loader, 16 Oz. co2, numerous self-modifications.
new barrel, new bolt, an electric trigger, an expansion chamber thats about it.
Ready to shoot, easy matinece.
Heavy, loud stock barrel, bolt scratches, long trigger pull, and a hard grip.
The victor II is a great gun, good for newbies. I haven't copped paint out of the 1000+ balls I have shot. Get the green one, I made the mistake of getting the metallic blue, and I play woodball so I slaped on some camo tape and was good to go. Get a new barrel and bolt for starters and then move on from there
Pretty much what I said for the review.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 11th, 2007 at 6:12 pm PST
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Good starters gun
Trigger screws gave me a problem
This is a very reliable starters semi auto gun. the barrels a bit too shiney for speedball. But you can always count on this gun running if it is well maintained. As long as you dont have brass eagle paint it is not regular for breaks to occur. Pretty accurate, a little loud, but starters dont really care, this gun will teach you that it is the gun doesnt make a player.
I would personally suggest to get an electric stock over this because you save a lot of money if you ever wanna go electric which you will. Something like an imagine or an imagine select. The only reason i originally bought this was because i didnt have any money and i didnt do any research. Now i got a job and as you can see its in the proccess of getting the @#@% tricked out of it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2004 at 6:42 pm PST
Dosent chop balls too often
Looks pretty cool
Grips are kind of hard
This is a great entry level gun. It was my first gun, from the time when I was a little newbie to the sport. One thing is that I never knew about the oring oil, so on went 2 months without me oiling it, and it then worked like new after I did. One amazing thing happened to me a few times with this gun. I shot through 2 1000 round cases of Brass Eagle Blue Streak, and not a single one broke.
The only weaknesses are that the stock barrel is pretty bad. I would reccomend something like a Dye Excel. It's cheap, like $40, and works great. Another thing I would recomend is to get different grips, because those Java ones are kind of hard. I would get the Dye Stickies. A thing to look out of when taking off the grips is that the screws might strip, and it would be a really unpleasent experience to get them back in.
This is a great entry level gun, or just a great cheap back-up, expecially if you get what I said to put on it. There are some other things that could that I forgot to mention, like a regulator, ect, but its all up to you.
Barrel, and hopper if it jsut comes with a standard plastic 200 rnd one.
Light weight, balanced, easy to handle, great price, quiet
None really, some say the blue is too shiny, but i think its great.
So I had to get a new gun after my old veteran Stingray 2 finally went out. I go to the paintball shop down the road and see what they have to offer for economy priced guns. They show me the victor 2. It looks alright so I ask if I can handle it to see if it feels good. Definetly a good fit. Ask about the price, and only $60! So I whip out the old wallet and walk away with a nice new gun. That weekend we have another team practice and its a perfect chance to try it out. So I go and am automatically impressed. Easy to handle, small, quiet, light-weight. By the end of the day the captains saying the whole team should be decked out with these babys. Barely chopped any balls.
Great gun, great price. Buy it even if you go to tourneys it will stack up quite nicely against the other higher priced guns. The stock barrel is nice, but I'd get a new aftermarket one if I was you.
Spyder victor 2 stock but i might get a J&J ceramic barrel
J&J ceramic barrel and 12volt revolution hopper
easy field strip
Not that accurate out of the box
Blue is bad for woodsball to shiney
The spyder victor 2 is a great stater marker. With its cheap price you cant beat it for $60-$80. Also it is relieable on the field you won't chop a lot of balls but if you buy the J&J ceramic barrel it has a self cleaning system and the barrel is cheap to like $40-$50.
For anyone wanting to give paintball a try get a spyder victor2 for your first marker.
- Tippman 98 Custom
- 21" Demon Barrel
- 20 Oz PMI Pure Energy Co2
- Awaiting Response Trigger
None that I could honestly find. This gun is one of the view underpriced guns.
The Spyder Victor II is personally one of the best beginners markers out there. It is cheap. And like all Spyders it never broke for me. It was my first gun when I started to play paintball. And is currently my backup gun now. Excellent gun for recreation play. When I played with my friends (We were all new.) My gun never broke down or had any problems.