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scott7d Thursday, July 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
2000 LCD, IR3's, matrix's, timmys, every high end gun known to man
Marker Setup: Alias intimidator, ultralight, halo, crossfire LP, trading for a A4 Fly, fly was stock with a halo , crossfire tank and freak barrel
Sidewinder regulator, a barrel of preference
Strengths: Light, fast, accurate, dependable, effieciant
Weaknesses: im not a big fan of WDP stock regs, thats the only thing.
Review: WDP kinda lost popularity for a while, but I think they got it together with the fly. Only used about a hopper but it shot like a .22 rifle. fast, light, accurate, and the dependability that i would expect from WDP. I had a LCd when they first came out, got stolen after a couple years and ive had an impulse and 2 very high end intimidators since then, and they all preformed great, but im ready to come back to the family. With a good barrel and regulator, the fly seems invincible.
Conclusion: Whether you love or hate WDP, you gotta give them credit for the craftsmanship. I think the A4 fly is the best angel yet.
9 out of 10

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