The 2012 Spyder MR100 paintball gun is a military styled marker that is perfect for any beginning or intermediate paintball player looking for a reliable and affordable marker. Complete with a high impact clamping feed neck and two finger aluminum trigger frame, the Spyder MR100 gets you some great bang for your buck.
Kingman Group Spyder MR100I bought this gun to play some woods ball and rec ball. I am yet to have ANY problems with it. It shoots well. I would suggest getting a better barrel. But overall this is a great gun to start with.
it is an alright gun i like it but it is not the best.
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Kingman Group Spyder MR100I bought this gun at an Indoor field to continue playing after my main gun broke, and am very happy with my purchase. Have used it a dozen times in the last 3 months, both indoor and...
I bought this gun at an Indoor field to continue playing after my main gun broke, and am very happy with my purchase. Have used it a dozen times in the last 3 months, both indoor and outdoor.
If you just starting out or are just looking for a low cost mechanical to play with I would recommend the MR100. Whether it be a hand full of times a year to 2 -3 times a month, you can't go wrong with it for the price point. Obviously there are better markers out there and I'm not saying its the best marker in the world; but I would say it is near (if not on) top of the list for Mechs sub $120.
- Easy to maintain and troubleshoot (which you get with most simple Mechs)
- Center feed neck which provides more consistency.
- Stacked Tube design, allows for a more compact marker body
- If you are not a fan of the "Mil Sim" look, the pic rails are removable.
- Easy to quick clean since the pull pin bolt and open back.
- Price point
- Stock can get in the way if you keep standard ASA. If you want to keep it on I would recommend either a Remote or Drop Forward. Makes it easier to
- The barrel isn't the greatest, but you should be fine with it if you can't/ don't want to upgrade.
- I'm not putting weight on here like most people do, because if you are not going to buy a sub $120 Mech because its on the heavy side then you'll be going home empty handed