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USERS MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES
1
OPERATION GUIDE / START UP
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CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK
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ELECTRONICS & SETTINGS
5-6
BATTERY CHARGING
7-8
VELOCITY ADJUSTMENT
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SHOULDER STOCK INSTALLATION
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DISASSEMBLE / REASSEMBLE & CLEANING INTERNALS
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T-COCKING REMOVAL
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TRIGGER ADJUSTMENT
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ANTI CHOP EYES
15-16
CUP SEAL REMOVAL
17-18
MR3 SCHEMATICS
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MR3 PARTS LIST
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WARRANTY STATEMENT
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WARRANTY REGISTRATION
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IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES
!CAUTION!
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This paintball marker is NOT a toy; It can cause serious injury or death.
Kingman recommends that customers be at least 18 years of age to purchase this product.
Read this manual and air system warnings before using this product.
Any modifications or tampering of original factory parts will void all warranties and liabilities from Kingman.
Kingman recommends using a barrel plug or barrel sock when marker is not in operation.
All persons using this product, or within range while this product is in use, must wear eye and face protection
specifically designed for paintball.
Never shoot at a person or an animal that is not in a designated paintball facility.
Treat every paintball marker as if it were loaded.
Never look down the barrel of a loaded or unloaded marker.
Always keep the paintball marker on SAFE until ready to operate.
Always remove CO2/Compressed Air source before disassembly.
Fire only 0.68 caliber paintballs.
Transfer this instruction manual upon change of marker ownership.
OPERATION GUIDE / START UP
WARNING: Always keep the marker powered off or on SAFE until you are ready to shoot.
1. To install and charge the battery see pages 6 and 8.
2. To turn the power ON, slide the Selector Switch located on the rear of the trigger frame UP to SEMI w/ EYES,
SEMI, or AUTO mode. CAUTION: With the power ON, the marker is now ready to shoot.
3. Cock the marker by pulling the Snap T-Cocking Handle (#266) rearward until it latches. CAUTION: If you let go
before the handle latches, your marker may fire. NOTE: The Snap T-Cocking Handle will latch the bolt internally, the
Handle will not remain in a cocked position after latching the bolt, nor will it move while the marker is being fired. You
should hear an audible click and feel a tension release in the Handle when cocking the marker.
4. Firmly, attach the CO2/Compressed Air Tank clockwise to the markers Dovetail Bottom Line ASA (#261).
5. It is recommended to use a Force Fed/High Speed Electronic Loader that is capable of feeding paintballs into the
marker at 17 balls per second or faster to avoid chopping paintballs in the markers breach when shooting at high
rates of fire.
6. Routine lubrication of the marker does not require disassembly of the marker. Put 3-4 drops of Paintball Marker Oil
into the Bottom Line ASA (#261), screw in your air tank, point the marker in a safe direction and dry fire (no
paintballs in the chamber) 5-10 shots. This procedure will circulate oil through the markers internal parts, thus extending the life of the marker. NOTE: Only use oil that is specifically designed for paintball markers.
7. It is a good practice to lubricate your marker before and after each use, especially when storing the marker for an
extended period of time.
8. When you are finished shooting the marker, be sure to remove the Loader and all paintballs before storing. NOTE:
There may be a paintball in the breach of the marker, take a couple of shots in a safe direction to make sure that the
Barrel and breach are empty.
9. Place the Barrel Plug into the Barrel to avoid accidental discharge of the marker. Turn the marker OFF and slowly
unscrew the air source tank. CAUTION: Do not remove the Tank Valve from the Tank, doing so may cause serious
injury or death.
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CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK
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The CO2 or Compressed Air Tank can fly off with enough force to cause serious
injury or death if the Valve unscrews from the cylinder head. LOOK at the Valve
when removing the cylinder from the marker. Be sure that the valve is turning
with the cylinder rather than remaining stationary with the marker. STOP if the
Valve starts to unscrew from the cylinder. If in doubt, screw the cylinder back
onto the marker and contact a trained person for repair.
INSTALLING A CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK
Firmly, attach the CO2 / Compressed Air Tank clockwise to the markers Dovetail Bottom Line ASA (#261).
HELPFUL TIP: Make sure when installing a tank, to have the CO2 / Commpressed Air Tank filled. Make sure the CO2
/ Compressed Air Tank has a bottle o-ring on the top of the valve to prevent air leaks.
REMOVING A CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK
Firmly, unscrew the CO2 / Compressed Air Tank by turning counter-clockwise.
HELPFUL TIP: After playing with the marker, you should ALWAYS remove the CO2 / Commpressed Air Tank. When
the Tank is being removed, excess air will release from the bottom of the Dovetail Line ASA (#261).
IMPORTANT: Never expose any skin underneath the Dovetail Bottom Line ASA (#261) when removing the Tank.
This can run the risk getting skin burn from releasing the GAS. Never store any CO2 / Comppressed Air Tank
attached to the marker.
CO2 / COMPRESSED AIR TANK WARNINGS
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All valves must only be installed or removed by a qualified airsmith.
See CO2 / Compressed Air tank labels for retest dates. Cylinder tanks must be retested periodically.
Improper use, filling, storage or disposal of all air cylinders may result in death, personal injury and/or
property damage.
Always keep cylinders out of reach from children or any inexperienced person(s).
Only properly trained personnel in accordance with CGA Pamphlets P.1 and G-6.3 must fill all air cylinders.
Pamphlets are available from the Compressed Gas Association or www.CGANET.com.
Never alter the cylinder in any way.
DO NOT expose pressurized cylinders to temperatures in excess of 130˚F (54˚C).
Cylinders heated to an excess of 250˚F (121˚C) must be condemned or requalified in accordance with test
defined in CFR-49.
The valve should NEVER be detached from the canister. Please seek immediate assistance from a trained
airsmith should this occur.
Any tank packed with the product is intended for paintball use only.
Confirm that there is an attached urethane O-ring on the CO2 / Compressed Air tank valve before attaching the
tank to the marker. The tank will leak air as soon as it is secured to the marker, if the O-ring is missing from
the valve.
A urethane O-ring is highly recommended before attaching any air supply to the marker.
NEVER over pressurize a CO2 / Compressed Air cylinder.
Avoid any direct skin exposure to the escaping gas, when installing or removing any air supply.
Never expose cylinders to corrosive materials or clean with any caustic cleaners.
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ELECTRONICS & SETTINGS
#E24A
CHARGING
PORT
#270
#JE101S
AUTO
SEMI
SEMI/EYES
OFF
#JE30B
LED LIGHT
#294
ELECTRONIC GRIP TROUBLESHOOTING
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Check to make sure there is enough air pressure to fire the marker.
Battery may need to be recharged.
If the Trigger is not functioning, turn the Trigger Screw (#298) clockwise to shorten the gap between
the Touch Switch (#272) using an allen wrench. NOTE: Do not over extend the Trigger Screw (#298) for this can
cause the Touch Switch (#272) to stick.
Everytime the trigger set screws are repositioned use thread locker “Loc-Tite” 242 (Blue color) to prevent
from loosening.
INSTALLING A BATTERY
STEP 1 Remove the 3 M4x8 screws (#294) and left side grip panel (#270).
STEP 2 Attach the Spyder battery (#JE1015) to the Battery Harness (#E24A).
STEP 3 Retighten the 3 M4x8 screws (#294).
HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
REMOVING THE TOURNAMENT LOCK SWITCH
STEP 1 Remove the 3 M4x8 screws (#294) and left side grip panel (#270).
STEP 2 Remove the Tournament Lock Switch (#JE30B) located to the right of the Spyder Battery.
HELPFUL TIP: Having the Tournament Lock Switch removed from the circuit board will deactivate auto.
MODE SETTINGS
Mode Switch Down is in the OFF Position.
MODE 1 Click Up is in Semi-Auto with Eyes ON.
MODE 2 Click Up is in Semi-Auto with Eyes OFF.
MODE 3 Click Up is in Auto with Eyes OFF.
TOURNAMENT MODE SETTING
The MR3 Circuit Board (#331) is equipped with a Tournament Lock Out Switch (#JE30B). When the Tournament
Lock Switch is removed from the Circuit Board the marker can only fire in SEMI-AUTO. The Tournament Lock
Switch is located on the internal Circuit Board to the right of the Battery. Reattaching the Tournament Lock Switch
(#JE30B) back into the Circuit Board will re-enable the multi-mode functions.
IMPORTANT! Kingman recommends that you use a force feed / high speed electronic loader to reach optimum
performance. Kingman also recommends the use of a Spyder CO2 / Compressed Air Tank to operate this marker.
Lastly, the use of tournament grade paint will help reduce the likelihood of paintball breaks when firing the marker.
WARNING
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The Spyder Electronic Markers are not water resistant.
Extreme moisture can cause serious damage to any Spyder Electronic Markers.
Always clean any dirt or paint inside the Markers Electronics.
Never attempt to modify the Electronics circuitry. Doing so, it will VOID all electronic warranties.
NOTE: If the Markers Electronics have any dirt or paint, Kingman recommends using an aerosol can of air. Apply the
can of air directly at the components that need cleaning.
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BATTERY CHARGING
#JE1024
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#JE1025
LED
LIGHT
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CHARGING INSTRUCTIONS
To charge a Spyder 9.6 NiMH Battery the circuit board must be in the OFF Position. Spyder Batteries (#JE1015) are not fully
charged when purchased. Using the supplied Spyder Charger (#JE1024) place the charger in the charging port which is located at
the rear of the trigger frame. Kingman recommends a charging time of 6-8 hours for a complete charge.
IMPORTANT: You should never charge the battery over 24 hours or you can run the risk of damaging the battery or electronics. The
battery charger will continue to power until removed from charging port.
NOTE: It is recommended that the battery be chagred prior to use in order to ensure maximum performance, especially if the battery
has not been used in over a week.
SPYDER 9.6 NiMH BATTERY LIFE
Always use the supplied Spyder 9.6volt NiMH Battery and Spyder Charger to operate this marker. A fully charged Spyder Battery
will last about 3000 to 5000 shots. Number of shots depends on the settings of your firing methods. Under normal use and charging
conditions the expected life of the Spyder 9.6 NiMH Battery to last approximately 700-1000 charging cycles.
WARNING: This marker is not attended to use any normal 9 volt battery or chargers that are NON Spyder Products. Doing so will
VOID all electronic warranties.
LOW BATTERY INDICATOR
The LED light located beneath the mode switch on the back of the grip will blink rapidly when the battery power is
low and will require charging.
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VELOCITY ADJUSTMENT
Decrease Velocity
Increase Velocity
#296
#260
VELOCITY ADJUSTMENT INCREASE/DECREASE
To increase your velocity FPS (Feet per second) using the allen wrench turn the Velocity Adjuster (#296) clockwise.
To decrease your velocity FPS (Feet per second) using the allen wrench turn the Velocity Adjuster (#296) counterclockwise.
NOTE: Velocity Adjuster w/Spring Guide (#296) doesn’t remove from the rear of the Striker Plug (#260).
WARNING
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The recommended Velocity speed should be no greater then 300fps. Not doing so can cause serious injury if the
velocity is dangerously high.
Paintball markers are not intended to shoot any person less then 25 feet.
Never point a loaded marker at any person who is not wearing the proper face protection.
Never at any time should you look down the barrel when the marker is loaded or not.
Using a paintball marker outside a non designated paintball field can be illegal, and is subject to law enforcement
penalties if property damage is caused by the user.
SHOULDER STOCK INSTALLATION
#325
I>EKB:;HIJE9A
#332
#16
SHOULDER STOCK INSTALLATION
Place the Shoulder Stock (#332) on the back end upper section of the Receiver (#325). Once the
Shoulder Stock is in place tighten the Set Screw (#16) to secure the stock to the body of the marker.
The Set Screw (#16) is located on the right side of the receiver.
ADJUSTING SHOULDER STOCK LENGTH
* Turning the Shoulder Stock Screw (#333) counter-clockwise will loosen the Shoulder Stock allowing
for three different lengths to be achieved.
* Not Pictured.
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DISASSEMBLE / REASSEMBLE & CLEANING INTERNALS
#26A
#326
#260
#25
#JE18A
#19A
#262
TROUBLESHOOTING
ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING MAY CAUSE RECOCKING RELATED PROBLEMS:
• The pressure in the tank is too low. In some cases, the weather can affect the liquid in the tank
and not cause it not to expand into carbon dioxide gas.
• Marker needs lubrication.
• Venturi Bolt (#326) needs to be cleaned.
• The Striker O-ring (#19A) is damaged. Replace with new Kingman or Kingman-approved O-ring.
NOTE: The O-ring (#19) cannot be substituted by a tank O-ring or an #09 O-ring.
• Need to clean Barrel and upper chamber of the Receiver (#325).
• Paintballs may be defective (i.e. expired, odd shape, etc.)
• After ball breaks in Barrel or chamber, remove all parts from upper chamber of Receiver, wipe
parts clean, and reassemble parts into Receiver. Also make sure to clean the Barrel with a squeegee.
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DISASSEMBLE REAR INTERNALS
STEP 1 Remove Quick Disconnect Pin (#262). NOTE: Place a finger over the Striker Plug (#260)
before removing the Quick Disconnect Pin (#262)
STEP 2 Remove the Striker Plug (#262) Main Spring (#25) Striker Buffer (#26A).
STEP 3 Remove the following items at the same time. Striker Bolt (#JE18A) and the Delrin Venturi
Blot (#326).
HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
REASSEMBLE REAR INTERNALS
When reassembling the Delrin Venturi Bolt (#326) and Striker Bolt (#JE18A) the circuit board must be
powered ON with the Eyes OFF. Join the Delrin Venturi Bolt (#326) and Striker Bolt (#JE18A)
together entering the back end of the Receiver (#325). Simultaneously pull the Blade Trigger (#273)
and apply pressure behind the Delrin Venturi Bolt (#326) to allow reentry of both parts. Reinstall the
Striker Buffer (#26A), Striker Spring (#25) Striker Plug (#260) and press in the Quick Disconnect Pin
(#262) to lock down all back internals.
HELPFUL TIP: When the back internals are removed it would be wise to clean any dirt or paint from
inside the Receiver (#325) with a stick swab or cable squeegee. Wipe the Delrin Venturi Bolt (#326)
with a rag or paper towel. The Striker O-Ring (#19A) will need to be oiled periodically. Kingman
recommends that each time the back internals are removed the Striker O-Ring (#19A) should be oiled.
IMPORTANT: Never oil the Delrin Venturi Bolt (#326). This will swell the bolt and cause cocking
problems. Striker Buffer (#26A) should be installed behind the Striker Bolt (#JE18A) to ensure proper
functioning.
WARNING: Never attempt to remove the markers internals while the CO2 / Compressed Air bottle is
attached. Make sure to remove all paintballs and loader before disassembling the marker.
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T-COCKING REMOVAL
#334
#269
#266
#268
#267
T-COCKING REMOVAL
STEP 1 Remove Flat M4 x 8 Screw (#334).
STEP 2 Slide the Snap Rail Cover (#269) toward the rear of the marker.
STEP 3 Remove Snap T-Knob (#266).
STEP 4 Remove the Snap T-Clip (#267). NOTE: Be careful while removing the Snap T-Springs (#268) as the tension
may cause them to fly off.
HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
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TRIGGER ADJUSTMENT
#272
#298
#273
TRIGGER ADJUSTMENT
Adjusting the Top Trigger Set Screw (#298) clockwise will swing the Trigger (#273) closer the Touch Switch (#272)
which will lessen the trigger gap. NOTE: Adjusting the Trigger Set Screw (#298) counter-clockwise will increase the
trigger gap.
Adjusting the lower Trigger Set Screw (#298) clockwise will shorten the Trigger (#273) stroke to the Touch Switch
(#272) this will increase Trigger (#273) sensitivity. NOTE: Adjusting the Trigger Set Screw (#298) counter-clockwise will decrease the Trigger (#273) sensitivity.
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ANTI CHOP EYES
#321
#294
#03
#329
#294
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#243
ANTI CHOP EYES
The Anti Chop Eyes help prevent chopping paint by not allowing the marker to fire until a paintball is in
front of the Venturi Bolt. The Eyes transmit a beam across the inside of the breech. The Circuit Board
is preset from the factory and does not need to be adjusted or altered. If the Eyes are ON and do not
see each other when firing your marker, you will have to clean the Eyes.
CLEANING THE ANTI CHOP EYES
Using a squeegee or swab thru the breech should clean the Eyes enough for the beams to detect each
other. Another way is to use an aerosol can of air thru the breech to remove paint or dirt from the Eyes.
To thoroughly clean the Eyes remove all M4 x 8 Screws (#294) (including the lower screw not pictured
which holds the Feed Neck), the Eye / Detent Cover (#329) and the Feed Neck (#321) using an allen
wrench. Once the M4 x 8 Screws (#294), Eye / Detent Cover (#329), and Feed Neck (#321) are
removed, precede with a soft pinch to remove the Eye Wire Harness (#243) from the receiver. Remove
all dirt or paint that is blocking the Eyes and causing it to malfunction.
HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
IMPORTANT: Cleaning the Eyes often will help reduce dirt, paint or oil residue that blocks the Eyes
from seeing each other.
NOTE: Never attempt to rush the cleaning process or you can pinch the wires and cause the marker to
malfunction with the Eye Mode ON. Take precaution not to over tighten the M4 x 8 Screw (#294) or
this can lead stripping the head.
CHANGING THE BALL DETENTS
Experiencing paint rolling through the barrel, can be related to small diameter of paintballs or the lost
of a ball detent(s).
When removing the Eye / Detent Cover (#329) and Feed Neck (#321) the Ball Detents (#03) will
become accessable to be cleaned or replaced.
HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
NOTE: Take precaution not to over tighten the M4 x 8 (#294) or this can lead to stripping the head.
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CUP SEAL REMOVAL
#12
#16
STEP 3
STEP 4
#327
#16
#16
STEP 2
STEP 1
COLLAR
#254
STEP 5
#290
#322
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STEP BY STEP CUP SEAL ACCESS
The following steps will provide easy accessto the Cup Seal (#12).
The sign of a worn out Cup Seal (#12) is the presence of CO2/Compressed Air leaking down the barrel.
STEP 1 Loosen the Disconnect Hose (#290) from the collar.
STEP 2 Loosen the 2 set screws M5x12 (#16).
STEP 3 Remove the Fore Grip Handle (#327).
STEP 4 Loosen the 2 set screws M5x12 (#16). STEP 5 Remove the Shroud (#322).
Once the steps have been completed, this will allow the Reservoir Plug (#254) to slide out with the
Valve Spring (#10C), Cup Seal Guide (#11), Cup Seal (#12) and Valve Pin (#13).
HELPFUL TIP: Please note how the parts are removed for easy reassembly.
HELPFUL HINTS
Always remove the Air Tank before any disassembly of your marker. Do not remove the Valve Body
(#14) unless specific Valve Body repairs are needed. If needed, remove Valve Body with a long, softtipped object such as the eraser end of a pencil. Do not remove the Valve Body with a screwdriver as it
will damage the Valve Body and cause air leaks. NOTE: Valve Body (#15) screw must be removed prior
to taking out the Valve Body 18
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323
324
322
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320
327
325
321
329
37B
2608S
334
2608S
328
243
JE18C
262
326
16
331
332
333
MR3 SCHEMATICS
MR3 PARTS LIST
01
03
09
10C
11
12
13
14
14A
15
16
19A
20
25
26A
37B
37C 49
49B
49C
243
252
253
254
257
258
260
261
262
266
267
268
269
270
272
273
* 276
283
290
294
296
297
298
Barrel Plug
Ball Stopper
O-Ring #015 80D
Valve Spring
Cup Seal Guide
Cup Seal
Valve Pin
Valve Body
Valve Body Roll Pin
Valve Body Screw
M5 x 12 Screw w/ washer
Striker O-Ring
Barrel O-Ring
Striker Spring
Striker Buffer
Filter O-Ring
Air Filter
Trigger Pin
Sear Roll Pin (Small)
Touch Switch Roll Pins
MR3 Wire Harness
MR3 Vertical / C/A Adapter
MR3 Vertical / C/A to Hose Adapter
MR3 Reservoir Adapter Plug
MR3 Bolt Pin
MR3 Dovetail Drop Forward
MR3 Striker Plug
MR3 Dovetail Bottom-Line ASA
MR3 Quick Disconnect Pin
MR3 Snap T-Knob
MR3 Snap T-Clip
MR3 Snap T-Spring
MR3 Snap Rail Cover
MR3 Grip Panels
MR3 Touch Switch w/ Wire Harness
MR3 Blade Trigger
MR3 Parts Kit
MR3 Male STD / Female Metric
MR3 Disconnect Hose 6.25” (black)
M4 x 8 Screw w/ Washer
MR3 Velocity Adjuster w/ Spring Guide
MR3 Velocity Adjuster O-Ring
Trigger Set Screw
320
321
322 323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
2608S E24A
JE12
JE18A
* JE18C
JE18E
JE29
JE31E
* JE1015
JE1024
MR3 10” Barrel
MR3 Feed Neck
MR3 Shroud
MR3 Rifle Sight
MR3 Rifle Sight Screw
MR3 Receiver
MR3 Delrin Bolt
MR3 Fore Grip Handle
MR3 Sight Rail
MR3 Eye / Detent Cover
MR3 Trigger Frame
MR3 Circuit Board
MR3 Miltary Adjustable Stock
MR3 Military Adjustable Stock Screw
Flat M4 x 8 Screw
Drop Forward Lock Screw
Battery Harness
Sear
Striker Bolt
Coil Set
Coil Set Screw
Circuit Board Screw
ESP Sear Spring
9.6v Rechargeable Battery
A/C Charger - 110v
* Not Pictured
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WARRANTY STATEMENT
Kingman warrants the original retail purchaser that this product is free from defects in material and workmanship
under normal use and service for a period of (1) year from the original date of purchase. Any Electronic Components
in an Electronic Spyder marker are warranted for (6) months from the original date of purchase. Kingman agrees to
repair or replace (at its discretion) any product within (a reasonable period of time). This warranty does not cover
o-rings, cup seals, 9.6v rechargeable battery, charger, scratches, nicks, normal wear and tear of parts, any modifications, normal fading of anodizing and damage caused by dropping or hitting of products. This warranty shall not
apply if it is shown by a Kingman Technician that the consumer caused the defect or malfunction because of misuse.
This warranty only covers original factory parts. Any modifications or tampering of original factory parts will VOID
warranty. Any damage caused by water will not be covered under warranty. Warranty repair can only be conducted
by Kingman technician or Kingman authorized technician. For warranty to be effective, consumer must return the
enclosed warranty registration card filled out, along with a copy of the purchase receipt, within (15) days of the
original purchase date. This warranty is not transferable. Paintball markers are non-refundable. This warranty will
not cover pick up, shipping, delivery, and/or house calls. If product needs repair, consumer will package it carefully
and send together with your name, address, phone number and a brief description of the malfunction to:
KINGMAN GROUP
Attn: Tech Department
14010 Live Oak Avenue
Baldwin Park, CA 91706 U.S.A.
www.kingman.com
FOR TECHINICAL SUPPORT
Our Technical Support Department is open Monday through Friday, from 8am to 5pm (PST), and can be reached at
(626) 430-2300.
www.spyder.tv
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WARRANTY
REGISTRATION
PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN THIS FORM, ALONG WITH A COPY OF YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT,
WITHIN 15 DAYS OF PURCHASE SO THAT WE MAY VALIDATE YOUR 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY.
NAME:
ADDRESS:
CITY:
COUNTRY:
STATE:
GENDER:
E-MAIL:
AGE:
ZIP:
JOB:
PHONE:
PRODUCT NAME/SERIAL #:
WHAT OTHER BRAND(S) OF MARKERS DO YOU OWN?
WHY DID YOU PURCHASE THIS KINGMAN MARKER?
WHAT IS THE NEXT PAINTBALL PRODUCT YOU INTEND TO BUY?
WHAT ARE YOUR HOBBIES (OTHER THAN PAINTBALL)?
WHAT ARE SOME MAGAZINES YOU LIKE TO READ?
HAVE YOU MADE ANY ONLINE PURCHASES IN THE PAST 6 MONTHS?
Y
/
N
COMMENTS / SUGGESTIONS:
YES, I WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE MORE INFO REGARDING NEW PRODUCTS, PROMOTIONS, AND SPECIAL OFFERS FROM KINGMAN.
MAIL TO:
KINGMAN GROUP
14010 LIVE OAK AVE.
BALDWIN PARK, CA 91706 USA
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