Kingman Spyder MR5 Paintball Marker - Diamond Black

Kingman Spyder MR5 Paintball Marker - Diamond Black



New for 2013, the Spyder MR5 features the "DLS" Dual Loading System capable of shooting .68 Caliber paintballs through a standard top loading hopper and lower mag-feed system. This innovative "DLS" Dual Loading System utilizes a unique patent pending system that enables you to interchange your loading system with a quick turn of the barrel allowing the user to switch between a traditional upper load feed system and lower magazine feed system during play. The MR5 is First Strike equipped with the option to shoot First Strike paintballs from Tiberius Arms; fed through the included 9 Round magazine. The First Strike paintball offers 2x more range and 25x more accuracy.
  • Mil-Sim Style Semi-Auto Paintball Marker
  • Air Efficient Eko Valve System (Patent #8,286,622) shoots up to 1600 shots from a 20oz CO2 Tank
  • “DLS” Dual Loading System (Patent Pending)
  • “FSE” First Strike Equipped
  • 9 Round First Strike Capable Magazine Included
  • AR-15 Style Charging Handle
  • Adjustable SOPMOD Shoulder Stock w/ Flat Butt Plate
  • Quad RIS Barrel Shroud
  • Front Shroud Base
  • Back Up Iron Sights (BUIS)
  • 12” CQB Barrel w/ Standard Threaded Muzzle Brake
  • High Impact Polymer Off-Set Clamping Feed Neck
  • FS Venturi Bolt
  • Quick Release Striker Plug Pull Pin
  • Steel Braided Hose
  • External Velocity Adjuster
  • Capable to shoot .68 Caliber & First Strike Paintballs
  • Operates on CO2 or Compressed Air
Hands down great gun.
I was doing a lot of research on Mil sim guns cause i wanted something that looks legit. i didnt know it fired just as good. I chose the MR5 so i didn't have to worry about electronics not working, besides how much paint do you really intend to burn through when you cant even hit once. Anyways, bought it a few weeks ago and tried it out today. Cold and rainy but worked great. Stripping the barrel off was a breeze if you needed to squeegee the barrel due to ball break, however the first strike mag needs to be removed to do so and the hopper needs to be laid at an angle as to not accidentally load more paint while cleaning. using the right paintballs for the condition helped a lot but regardless cleaning was a little tricky. Using first strike is a lot of fun on this gun.
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Reviewed by:  from Chicago, IL. on 3/10/2013
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