Spyder has unveiled a new paintball paintball rifle called the Spyder.
The Spyder comes in a variety of options, from a full-size paintball gun to a paintball grenade launcher.
The paintball rifles come with a stock and bolt carrier and are priced at $499 and $699 respectively.
The new paintballs have been designed to be more accurate than their previous versions, but they still have a limited number of shots.
The Spyder Paintball rifle comes with a 15-round magazine.
We don’t know the exact model number, but it’s likely to be an early model with a few changes.
Spyder says the paintball guns have a higher capacity than the paintballs on the current market.
The company also notes that the paint guns are “designed to work together to deliver the ultimate experience.”
The company says the rifles can be fired from any position, which is great news for anyone who’s interested in a new-to-you paintball weapon.
The rifles come in two sizes, 12 and 15.
The next big thing is the new “Scythe” paintball firearm.
The “Scepter” model comes with the same stock and comes with 15 rounds.
The new “Syndrome” paintballs will come with an upgraded version of the current Synergy model.
The Synergy paintballs are the most expensive, but are the lightest in the paintgun range.
The model also comes with an extended magazine, which means you can hold more rounds in the rifle.
The current Synergies are $2,199 and $2.49, respectively.
The latest paintball game, “Sledgehammer,” is a full game, but we’ll have to wait until the next generation of games comes out for the new models.
We’re also not sure if the new paintgun models will be available in paintball tournaments.
Spyer’s paintball range will probably have to be re-branded for tournaments, so we’re going to have to see how that all works out before we can see any new models come out.
The company says it will keep updating its line of paintball weapons, which are priced around $2 million each.
We’ll have more on Spyder’s new line of guns when they release.