for woodsball yes its a good gun but not so much for speedball
No never buy a spyder i play speedball and its a horrible gun for that but even for woodsball i still wouldnt use it.
it depends, if u are just starting paintball and dont want to spend 1000's of dollars then this is a decent gun. it can be upgradable later on if desired. this is a entry style speedball gun.
If your a beginner. It's ok, but don't get it if you have been playing for a while. All and all, no, not really.
When someone is just doing paintball for the first time they need a paintball gun that is easy to use and light. The recommended one is a Tippman 98. Any of the variants will be good.
It will preform the same as the bt4 and the tippmann 98. It is a beginner marker, so compared to the entire market it is not "good" I is however an excellent starter marker.
The best gun is the Proto Matrix Rail '08. The ramping modes are great for speed ball. The light mobility allows you to speed to the top bunkers. The electronic gun is designed to fit many game types. Speedball mainly.
The new Azodin ATS and Tippmann Carver one are two you should look into for beginner markers.
No, even though it is cheap, it is not of very good quality and will break after several games. You should never spend less then 100 dollars on a paintball gun (new at least) if you want to play for more than a month.
Yes, it is a beginner level semi automatic marker.
its a good starter gun