Spyder Paintball Guns
Gear for Your Paintball Games
When it comes to Spyder Paintball Guns there are many different ones to choose from. Spyder is one of the industry leaders when it comes to paintball equipment.
In fact, you will very often see their gear when playing in games or paintball tournaments. But just seeing their gear will not help you make the right decision – first you must learn more about it.
The first thing you will notice when looking at Spyder paintball guns is that they are separated into groups based on their calibers. The .43 caliber weapons are where you will find pistols at and the .68 caliber ones are for the rifles.
If you are just starting out in paintball I would suggest going for the rifle before the pistol (unless you have enough money to spare for both).
The pistol is very limited in the areas it can be used in, as well as its efficiency, but for any paintball hobbyist it is a necessity.
When it comes to pistols you want to consider the fact that you are looking for an “extra” weapon – in the sense that it will usually not be your main one. These are generally used when your rifle runs out of ammo and you need to get off a couple shots really quick.
In that sense, the KT Eraser is a pretty good fit. It is small and lightweight enough to not be a burden on you while trying to chase after or hide from your enemies.
When looking at rifles you will want to be a little more cautious. Being that this is your main weapon, it's important to make the right decision. I personally prefer the electronic guns (such as the Electra) because they use a computer to change different settings, such as rate of fire and other things.
This allows you to better customize your rifle to the way that is the most comfortable to you. Usually electronic weapons can also be set to be semi-automatic so that you do not have to worry about paintball games that won't allow fully automatics.
Regardless as to if you are looking for a main or a backup weapon, there are plenty of different Spyder Paintball Guns to choose from, as well as the option to pick out a paintball marker kit.
The best part about them is that most of them even come in multiple colors – no more being forced to paint them on your own to make them look sleek!
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