Sleek,custom design receiver
Super light trigger pull
Expansion chamber with fore grip
Tournament velocity adjuster
Vertical ball feed
Quick disconnect pin
Bottom line set up with stainless steel hose
New two trigger finger with regulation trigger guard
Operates on co2 or compressed air
12" aluminum barrel
The Kingman Spyder TL-X is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
probably a decent barrel, nothing more is really that important.
Never blows paint in the barrel
Hardy as all heck
A little back-heavy with a 20oz. on
Overall fairly on the heavy side
This gun, as far as i can see is definitley a first pick for beginners, but it still works well enough for the ones who've been popping paint at eachother for a while now. One major plus is the fact that since i have gotten it, it's never blown paint in the barrel. It's sleek, accurate, quiet and hardy. Could you ask for anything more?
I would give this gun a 200/10 if i could.
A very good buy all around, no matter what you say about it.
spyder tl-x, 12 oz c02 tank, 14' J&J ceramic, vert feed hopper, lapco feedneck, regular hopper..just bought a brand new spring kit and superfly bolt ill test it out this weekend and see how it works..
BARREL, feedneck if u dont want the elbow..very high profile and ppl say it breaks.
DURABLE, easy to take apart and clean, CHEAP and reliable!
Accuracy, but it was raining so that was probably the problem with my accuracy..
Its a very good gun, but needs to many upgrades(feedneck..bolt) that u wouldnt need if you had a autococker competition, but its still a great gun WITH TONS OF UPGRADES(rocking trigger, barrels..acs bolt) and is very durable for the woodsball player like me.It will take a beating and still keep shooting.(geuss kingman wanted to compare with tippmann) i recomend looking around be4 buying it and if u want a cheap gun buy this! EDIT: i practiced with this gun and wow its so much better than when i went to the field(raining when i went to the field)
If your a beginner i would recomend this gun beacuse its cheap and very high quality, but its not the best at its price so im giving it a 9.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, July 17th, 2006 at 11:20 pm PST
This is a great gun. The trigger isn't that sensitive. The Imagine is kind of like this but, the TL-X is not sensitive at all. This gun never chops. I've used about 3000 paintballs already and none of them chopped. Overall this is a great gun at a very low price. This is the first gun i've gotten. It is rated as the top gun for under $100. And, it's rated 3rd for under $150.
Try this gun out if you are just getting into paintball. Or buy it even if you have been playing for a long time. This is a very reliable gun.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 8th, 2006 at 9:08 am PST
feed neck (i recommend a feed neck on any gun u buy it lowers your hopper and secures it )
Great gun for the price
This gun is a perfect starter gun. For me it lasted 3 years (The hole for bolt behind the trigger stripped out). I recommend this gun to noobs or any beginners or anyone who wants a cheep reliable backup gun. Great looking (It only comes in one color).
And Kingman is very reliable and have great customer service.
I recommend this gun for any one who needs a back up or just looking for a gun to put endless upgrades on this marker
I give it a 8 out of 10
tippman model 98,(original)/w expansion chamber.
Spyder TL-X/anti chop tech'
Anti chop bolt and barrel and you have a sswwweeeettt setup for cheap
It is lighter than a tippmann98 and easier to maintain
I just bought it from a guy for 50 bucks/w a brand new anti chop bolt that cost $70
so I think i did good i m looking forward to use it alot but i dont want to turn my back
on my tippmann al al al al al al al al al al al alt that should be fifty words la al
Buy it if you find it for cheap it is a real durable gun and it is a dumsday divise with a
Barrel for accuracy however if your playing on short course stock beats them all
Doesnt hog gas
Not picky on balls
quick for a semi auto
Barrel sticks out
Balls sometimes curve at long range
I finally got to go paintballing with this gun today. I thought i was gonna get killed by the tippmans and eletric spyders. First game i got hit 30 seconds into game by lucky shot in gap in bunker. Next games i whopped up on every one. This thing kept up with the eletrics and tippmans. Didnt chop a single ball and has great accuracy. We had two guns messing up and mine worked fine the whole time.
This gun is great for a starter or someone who wants a great semi auto. For the price this thing cant be beat. This thing easily keeps up with low end electrics and tippmans. So why spend the money on those guns when you can get this one for cheaper? 9.5 out of 10 all the way
-Halo TSA Frontman LED
-Smart Parts Linear 14 inch barrel
-20oz Co2 tank
-Electonic Hopper or ACS bolt
-Doesn't have a gauge or direct feed neck
This was my first paintball gun and it did more than please me. The gun is gas efficient. Also the gun rarely chops. Except ZAP paintballs do not work well with it. When using them, it looked like a paint bucket in their. I then bought the Halo TSA Frontman LED and changed to Stinger, Rampage, and Marballizer paintballs and I haven't chopped yet. The only bad this is the feed neck. It leaves the hopper sticking so high up in the air that it can easily be shot. Thats why I recommended a direct feed neck so it sits lower. Also, the plastic feed neck does seem really week with my electronic hopper. This is really a great gun.
I recommend that you should but this gun. It is reliable, gas efficient, doesn't chop, what more can you ask? Also the gun can be upgraded so much which is great. I would definitely take this gun over any Tippmann. I would give it a 10.
spyder extra-tl-x is much better than both of them
- 20oz co2
-thats it until I get some money
.32 degrees drop forward with on/off valve
.32 degrees 2003 expansion chamber
.maybe a rockin trigger
cost of all that: $250
field fee: $40
shooting people you dont know at about 15bps for fun: priceless
lower feed neck
Stock elbow is really high
This is only the second gun that i have owned (the first was a Brass Eagle pump!- never buy a pump for any reason) I have chopped a couple balls because i was trying to shoot too fast but once i got a new hopper it hasnt chopped any. Still works very well in the rain and snow. My friend has a spyder electra with a rockin trigger and we play against two tippman 98 customs and have never lost. SPYDERS ARE MUCH BETTER THAN TIPPMANS!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, May 30th, 2006 at 2:51 pm PST
14'' J&J Ceramic Barrel
New expansion chamber & vertical adapter
New barrel works VERY well
Didn't like the trigger which was why I upgraded.
I just played woodsball for about 3 hours. This gun wasn't good, it could have been because the velocity wasn't in right, but I don't know. It pretty much looked like my balls were doin back flips. Out of about 900-1000 paintballs shot, I only broke 2 balls, which could have been because i don't have a electronic hopper yet. It still is a good gun for the price.
It is a good gun for the price. I would have liked it if the velocity wasn't in wrong which it would have performed 10x better.This gun kept up with A-5's, upgraded Tippmann 98 customs and pros, and Bt-4's.I ike this gun a lot, and would prefer it for anyone who has a tight budget because it can keep up with the more expensive guns.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 20th, 2006 at 7:23 pm PST