Spyder Paintball Markers

by admin on January 6, 2012

Spyder Paintball Markers

The best possible starter paintball gun continues to be Spyder paintball markers. Not only are these guns in a very economical price range, they will hold their own on the paintball fields.

Of course, these paintball guns are not the best you can do quality wise. But in order to have a top tier paintball gun, you would need to dish out at least a thousand dollars. Well most of us, especially paintball beginners, are not willing to make that kind of monetary commitment. At least not for a starter gun anyways.

Are Spyder paintball markers for you?

Well that depends, they are meant for players who don't want to spend all that much money, and are seeking the best "bang for their buck." Without out a doubt, Spyder paintball markers are the best cheap paintball gun on the market.

A Spyder Rodeo paintball marker will cost around 150 bucks, give or take 50 dollars in either direction. Sure, there are paintball guns that are cheaper than this, and there are guns that are more expensive.

There is no such thing as a reliable paintball marker for less than 150 dollars, unless of course, you get a spanking deal on a Spyder Rodeo.

The fact is that Spyder paintball markers are the cheapest reliable paintball guns available. But because they are the cheapest, you won't get any bells and whistles.

So while your accuracy will be respectable, and you'll be able to shoot a fair distance. The Spyder Rodeo won't provide any exceptional qualities. That being said, no paintball gun for this price range will be exceptional.

What you'll be missing!

spyder rodeo paintball markers are mediocre in every respect. Basically, you'll be able to perform any task, but not at an elite level.

You'll have somewhat decent accuracy, but you will notice that your paintball will drift in different directions with each shot. For example, if you pointed a spyder rodeo at a particular target, and fired several shots, not all of your paintballs will hit the intended target. Some will, some will go to the left, to the right, high, low. There is no way to predict a specific destination, but you will be able to predict a general area.

This will mean that you will be able to hit a full sized target 9 times out of 10 (assuming that you are aiming accurately). But, if you need to squeeze a paintball into a small area. (Ie. An opposing player half protected by a bunker)you will not be able to confidently do so.

Also, while spyder paintball markers are semi-automatic, your fire rate will be nothing to write home about. Sure, you'll be able to shoot about 1.5-2.5 bps (balls per second), but that's it that's all. Elite paintball guns can fire 25 bps, but of course, elite paintball guns are ridiculously expensive.

Conclusion

You get what you pay for, and perhaps a little more….

Spyder Rodeos more than deliver, for the price tag that they carry. A Spyder won't be able to out perform many guns that are more expensive than it, but they will outperform any gun that is around the same price (or cheaper for that matter).

Beginners to paintball absolutely love Spyder paintball markers, and it's easy to see why. Spyder rodeos offer a reliable product for an extremely low price.

Should you buy a Spyder paintball gun? That depends on your demand for paintball quality. Most paintball beginners will fall in love with a Spyder, but some will want more….. Find out what price you're willing to pay, and if the answer is not that much, then a Spyder is the definite way to go. Return to Best Cheap Paintball Guns

 

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