Review Spyder Paintball Guns

Review Spyder Paintball Guns

• The Kingman Spyder E-99

The Kingman Spyder E-99 is​ a​ fast gun, durable and can be upgraded and modified to​ increase its performance level. The Spyder E-99 is​ a​ gun that can perform out on the field, but will not cost you a​ lot of​ money. Priced at​ about $140-160, the Spyder E-99 performs well on the recreational field and can hold its own when used for tournament paintball games.

The Spyder E-99 has an​ electronic trigger frame with modes of​ semi automatic, three round, six round, and full auto. it​ is​ a​ double triggered paintball marker with a​ low pressure chamber and an​ expansion chamber located in​ the fore grip. The Spyder E-99 has a​ vertical feed and an​ anti-double feed mechanism. it​ runs on a​ 9.6 volt battery and comes with a​ charger. it​ is​ available in​ black and blue colors.

The Spyder E-99 is​ a​ fast gun; however its speed can cause you a​ few problems unless you modify the gun after purchase. Due to​ its speed, you might end up with a​ lot of​ chopped balls. to​ prevent this from happening, you will need to​ buy a​ better hopper to​ keep up with your marker’s speed. You may also need to​ use compressed air or​ a​ regulator since the Spyder E-99 also tends to​ chop balls due to​ spikes of​ the air pressure. The Spyder E-99 is​ also rather selective when it​ comes to​ the paintballs you use. Cheap paintballs are inclined to​ breaking when used with the Spyder E-99.

This marker is​ reasonably accurate; however, you can also do better by upgrading to​ another barrel and by using another bolt. These modifications can also quiet the gun down a​ bit.

Taking care of​ your marker is​ an​ essential aspect of​ owning any paintball gun, and this should hold true for your Spyder E-99. The Spyder E-99 has to​ be well maintained, clean and should always be well oiled since the internal parts of​ this marker are very likely to​ be scratched. The Spyder E-99 is​ relatively easy to​ field strip so cleaning it​ should be quick and easy.

A Spyder E-99 when used right out of​ the box will only give you a​ so-so performance. to​ get the best out of​ this gun, you will need to​ do some upgrades. Replace the hopper with a​ 12 volt electro hopper to​ avoid chopping. You will also need to​ replace the barrel and the bolt. to​ improve the gun’s consistency, try using compressed air instead of​ CO2 and you should also purchase a​ regulator for this marker.

• The Kingman Spyder Fenix

The Kingman Spyder Fenix is​ a​ gun that is​ tops in​ its own category. it​ is​ better than any gun that is​ classified below it​ but not as​ good as​ the markers classified above it.

The Spyder Fenix is​ great to​ look it, will do the job it​ is​ supposed to​ do, and is​ will also provide for numerous upgrades, allowing the gun to​ grow with you. if​ you are looking for a​ full auto marker that is​ mid ranged in​ price, then the Spyder Fenix is​ for you. This gun is​ priced at​ $220 - $250. The original Spyder Fenix is​ no longer in​ production; however, Kingman has newer versions out in​ the market today.

The Spyder Fenix features four different modes of​ fire; these are the semi, the 3 shot, the 6 shot and the full auto mode. it​ has a​ built in​ LCD frame featuring a​ “one touch” adjustment. This paintball marker comes with a​ double finger trigger with an​ adjustable pull and response. it​ has a​ vertical feed, a​ vertical expansion chamber, a​ low pressure chamber, a​ bottom line regulator and is​ a​ drop forward marker. it​ comes with a​ 14” 2 piece barrel and a​ 9.6 volt rechargeable battery with charger. it​ also comes equipped with a​ tournament velocity adjuster.

The Spyder Fenix is​ known to​ almost never chop. it​ has a​ great firing rate, has fantastic balance and recoil that one can only barely feel. The rate of​ fire is​ adjustable from 6 to​ 14 balls per second if​ on semi auto mode. The distance of​ the trigger pull is​ also adjustable.

The Spyder Fenix is​ very easy to​ clean. For upgrades and modifications, the first thing to​ do is​ to​ change the grip. The grip on the store bought marker is​ rather flimsy so you will need to​ replace that. to​ get the best out of​ your Spyder Fenix, you might want to​ get an​ electro hopper, a​ better barrel and you will also need to​ use an​ HPA or​ a​ nitro system.

Review Spyder Paintball Guns

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