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Spyder Victor Semi-Auto Paintball Marker
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- Air Efficient EKO Valve System (Patent Pending) shoots up to 1500 shots from a 20 oz CO2 tank-Anodized Matte Finish-All Aluminum Extruded Body
- High Impact Polymer Clamping Feedneck-Standard CA Thread Vertical Adapter-Pull Pin Top Cocking Delrin Bolt
- Tool-Free Striker Plug Design-10" Micro Ported Barrel-Ergonomically Designed High Impact Polymer Trigger Frame
- No-Slip Rubber Grip Panel-Two Finger Trigger-External Velocity Adjuster
- Steel Braided Hose Line-Inline Bottom-line ASA-Operates on CO2 or Compressed Air
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At an outstanding entry-level price the Spyder Victor has all the features of a much more expensive paintball marker. The 2012 version features the newest technology and materials available, including a high-impact Polymer clamping feed neck and a standard EKO Valve (patent pending) This feature offers the best air source efficiency available in the paintball market. While reducing the cost to play and preserving the environment the Eko Valve delivers an amazing average of 1600 shots per 20 oz CO2 tank compared to the standard 800 shots from standard markers without this technology. With these advancements Spyder stands by their proven philosophy; “Pursue the ultimate without paying the ultimate price.”
- Package Dimensions : 20 x 15 x 15 inches; 1 Pounds
- Item model number : SVSPM-3
- Date First Available : April 2, 2012
- Manufacturer : Spyder
- ASIN : B0079RQ80S
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#83,287 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #24 in Paintball Markers
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I've had 4 of them for two years for my friends to use and the only problem I have had is them sputtering out. If you have any paintball knowledge you would know to take the bolt assembly out of the gun and put some oil on the O-rings and clean the barrel this is a 5-10 minute process and then they work for a few more days. These guns are simple in design and work well. Ignore the stupid parents and people who have no clue other than to post negative reviews based on their lack of ability to take something apart. Happy shooting!
Is it better? well I rather prefer old spyders to new ones, but really needed some cheap paintball guns and wanted to try new spyders.
As projects guns they are soo nice!
I can cut them, rape them, destroy them and get what I wanted from them.
After all they are cheap spyders that I use as project guns.
If you're just starting into paintball this is a cheap way to start, most of the 2k players started playing around with a spyder or a tippmann, I liked spyders more because they were lighter than tippmann and not that military looks.
Get a cheap HPA or CO2 tank, a gravity loader and have great fun playing paintball for cheap.
Tried a second tank and repeatedly did this.
Come with extra parts and o-rings but not interested in rebuilding a new gun to
Make it work.
Returned for refund.