Originally Posted by dtpbmasta
it looks like a 32* marker from back in the day,
Looks like, but I don't believe it is.
All of the 32-degrees guns with powerfeeds had left-pointing powerfeeds, except for the Defender, but the Defender, unlike this gun, had the old-style non-quick strip velocity adjuster and a different ASA.
This one's a real odd duck.
I can identify most of the common Spyder clones on sight but this one has me stumped. The trouble with identifying these guns is that they were almost all made overseas (Taiwan, mostly), and not all of them got wide releases, and some were only sold in foreign countries under different names. There were some oddball Spyder clones that only showed up on eBay and then only for a few months before fading out altogether (Rattlesnake, Enigma, etc.)
This particular one is an odd mixture of parts.
The autococker-style quick strip pin and powerfeed tells me that it was definitely made after 1998 (When Kingman introduced this style of velocity adjuster on the TL and Shutter) and probably
The ASA is reminiscent of a that of a Nu-Line Bruzier SOB, but that's not what this is.
Trigger frame also looks like a copy of a Bruzier frame, but cast in plastic.
So I dunno.
I can tell you it's not
anything common from a prominent company like Kingman, PMI, or Brass Eagle.
It could also be a Frankenstein of several rarer clones, since there's so much interchangeability with these parts.