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Hey guy's how's it goin'? I just got a spyder victor for my step son, yeah it is the very low end of all guns, and had a few questions if any1 could help. I noticed that it was not electronic, can it be up'd with an electronic trigger? Also, would he have to cock it everytime he shoots? The instructions that it came with aren't that detailed. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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yeah it's a little late now. I had ordered it from xpaintball, which I will never order from again which is another thread. He was so excited that he opened it before I could talk to him. I really wanted to test his responsibility before I forked up $100... it's that bad huh?
 

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With a little work, bro, you can make that into a decent marker so dont get too disapointed. Theres alot to be discussed, so if you have AIM contact me, my sn is paintball62754, if you dont just reply back here and ill do the best i can for ya
 
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No, it's not. It's a great starter gun for a kid. He'll enjoy it. You won't need to trade it in. Just make sure you educate him on safety, really good. Teach him how to be a good player. It's good you're getting another person in the sport.

-Adam

By the way, the lowest of low is a Blade 2. ;)
 

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Yeah Id rather him go out and do something instead of having his face glued to the TV or his Gameboy. Believe me bulldog, I have educated him with safety and I think I have crammed it in his head too much. Massballer, I'm gonna let him get used to it stock for now, can I up it with an electro trigger? What else can be done? I've played before but we're talking 10 years ago and the sport has changed since.
 
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