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Kingman Group - Spyder Stormer Information
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Kingman Group
14010 Live Oak Avenue
Baldwin Park, CA 91706

Phone: (888) 546-4626
Fax: (626) 851-8530
Website: http://www.kingman.com
- Mil-Sim Style Semi-Auto Paintball Marker - “EKO” POPPET Valve System (Patent Pending) - Adjustable Shoulder Stock - 13.5” Ported Barrel w/ Muzzle Break - Barrel Shroud w/ Ring Sight - Raised Sight Rail - Multiple Picatinny Rail Mounting System - Clamping Feed Neck - Side Cocking Aluminum Bolt - Textured Grip Panels - Steel Braided Hose - External Velocity Adjuster - CO2 or Compressed
 Manual: Submit a manual
 Release Date: 2010
 MSRP: $189.99
 Average Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 stars.
 Reviews: 1
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Kingman Group Spyder Stormer First off, the Stormer is a 50cal marker. It's just a different play style. The "double tap" is a must. Opened the box and I was impressed by the looks and feel of this thing. It comes with an...
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Join Date: Jul 2011
Length of use: More than 1 year
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 stars.
Appearance:
  • Currently 4/5 stars.
Performance:
  • Currently 3/5 stars.
Reliability:
  • Currently 2/5 stars.
Value:
  • Currently 2/5 stars.
Price paid: $150.00
Pros: Easy to use, looks cool, lighter(weight))
Cons: Has to be maintained often.
First off, the Stormer is a 50cal marker. It's just a different play style. The "double tap" is a must.

Opened the box and I was impressed by the looks and feel of this thing. It comes with an adjustable shoulder stock that really looks great with the marker.

Playtime- The trigger pull is smooth and crisp. The action was very easy to deal with, considering I was coming off a 'cocker. The shoulder stock kept bumping into my mask(proflex). I had to take it off, it was useless when I had my mask on. It feels lighter with a full hopper.

Fast forward- A few months of usage and the marker kept locking up during play. I've gotten around this by lubing the bolt every other game. The bolt is long for such a small marker. I stopped using the Stormer.

Conclusion- If you want a milsim, there are other more reliable options, mostly in 60cal. If you don't care about that, I recommend the Advancer(electronic trigger) for a low cost alternative for 50cal. It doesn't have the problems, shoots much faster, and it cost, almost, the same. The Opus(mechanical trigger) is cheaper than both of them, if your looking for a 50cal.
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