Spyder Paintball Markers
For quite some time, the Spyder line of markers has been a popular name in the world of paintball. The brand has been around for over twenty years and has successfully managed to remain one of the most highly-regarded paintball guns on the market. Many players have fond memories of their first Spyder, and owning one was almost like a rite of passage in the paintball community. If you didn't have a Spyder, it was as if you missed out on an essential part of the paintball experience.
Even today, Spyders remain great starter guns for new paintball players. They are easy to disassemble and work on, with only three O-rings to keep the guns functioning, plus a little paintball gun oil for good measure. While they may require more maintenance than other popular paintball guns like the Tippmann 98 Custom, they are designed to be simple to maintain, making up for the extra attention they may need. Electronic Spyders are also user-friendly, requiring only a button to turn them on and another to turn off the safety. Spyders are also lightweight, making them an ideal choice for introducing younger players to the game, ensuring that they have a positive experience on the playing field.
As an excellent entry-level paintball marker, the Spyder Victor, offers high-quality performance at a low cost. This gun's nimble frame, ease of use, and low maintenance cost make it an excellent choice for a first marker. The Victor easily accepts paintball tanks thanks to its right-off-the-frame port, which features strong threading. The grip frame is made of composite components, making the gun light and easy to handle. The double trigger is smooth and comfortable, allowing players to shoot as quickly as possible.
The Spyder Victor comes in both the beginner package and ultra basic package so you can get the best equipment at the absolutely lowest possible price. For a more in-depth review of the Spyder Victor beginner package and how well it works, take a look at our helpful youtube video below:
The Spyder Fenix is an electronic paintball gun that offers fast shooting capabilities at an affordable price. With a firing rate of up to 20 balls per second and three firing modes, including Semi Auto, PSP Ramp, and Millennium Ramp, the Fenix is designed for speed. It also includes break beam eyes to prevent paintball chopping and accepts all paintball air tanks. The gun's grip frame is made of lightweight composite material and features a fang style double trigger, while the adjustable feed neck ensures a snug fit for all paintball loaders. The all-black 12-inch barrel is ported for quiet operation, and the foregrip discreetly hides the air line. With a choice of black, blue, or red matte or gloss finishes, the Spyder Fenix is a great starter electronic paintball gun that looks good, performs well, and won't break the bank.