View Full Version : I'm going to be a daddy!!!
05-18-2007, 04:03 PM
I just got word that my dealer has planned the birthing of my brand spankin new MR3 for tomorrow. I am so excited. But I don't know what to get the newest addition to my paintball family. This will be my first kingman marker. I am installing a qloader (already use it on my other marker and love it, plus I already have 7 Qpods) and am planning on putting a 16 in barrel in as well. Hopefully if wholesale sports has one in stock a holographic site as well. What else should I get. Are there some things you other MR owners would never go without? Oh and I am running HPA by remote as well. Even if they are just little mods or items you added to your mr to make it run or look better, let me know as I am anxious to be a proud spyder owner.
05-23-2007, 08:59 AM
Yeh....get an O-ring kit 4 it to keep in your gear bag right out of the gate (not that Kingman has troubles with their O-rings, just that if your luck is like mine....youll need one before you can run a full case thru it, lol.) I would however sit down with a bottle of loc-tite, and do every screw you can get to before you go out. I have noticed on alot of the MR2's that they tend to come loose and play hide and seek with the owners.
05-23-2007, 11:47 AM
do the trigger mod viperx made...it works awsome
05-23-2007, 11:52 AM
and if you use loctite, make sure it's the blue stuff. otherwise you'll get screwed over big time.
05-23-2007, 03:37 PM
Thanks guys, Loctite was a given for sure. It is with any marker not just kingmans. New to the forum and kingman markers but not paintball so I've learned that one. The Viperx mod was finished about an hour after I got the marker home. My mr3 has a 2-3mm trigger pull and and almost no weight to pull it. I actually had to set it back a bit because it was firing when I ran. All I gotta do now is find an oring kit. Any other suggestions let me know. Check out the photos in the photo section.
05-24-2007, 12:15 PM
Sounds like you have it. I own and MR3 and it is a pretty tough weapon. Easy to clean to. Just keep and eye on moisture near you grips. I find a samll gap that exposes the electronics. If you find a solution to that I would like to know, but as far as I know there is no other grip to replace it with.
Have fun, shoot straight.