The Spyder guns are great for just recreational play with friends, for woodsball play and for anyone looking for a low priced electronic gun to test the waters of tournament play.
You can choose between the .68 caliber markers (typical size for most markers), the .50 Caliber (shoots slightly smaller paintballs, great for family fun) or the .43 Caliber Kingman Training series of pistols. No matter which line you choose, you should know that you are getting a big bang for your buck.
A brief history of Kingman paintball
Beginning in 1992, Kingman quickly became one of the best known and best regarded names in paintball. The brainchild of Arthur Chang, Kingman's Spyder line of guns brought a really high performing semi automatic option for players at a very low price. It became quite common for many paintballers to brandish a Spyder as their very first marker.
Kingman was also one of the first manufacturers to develop an electronic marker (the Spyder Flash) , and continues to offer a variety of semi auto, pump & electronic guns and pistols. They have done an excellent job being able to improve their line of markers over the years while still maintaining an affordable price.
Although the Spyder line of markers will continue to be produced, it will be with a new team. Kee Action Sports (the parent company of Empire, BT and JT), acquired the Kingman/Spyder brand of products in mid 2014. No need to worry for any of you staunch supporters of Kingman as the new team at Kee Action has some great concepts in mind for the coming future.
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