This gun looks great. Probably the coolest looking gun I have seen in paintball. Other than that I have no other good things to say. Game timer is good. Very quiet gun!!!
First off the price, Its outrageous!!! You can pay this if you want but I'm telling you there are electronic guns out there that are less expensive, as fast as, and probably less likely to break paint than an angel. I see more angel owners spending time cleaning there barrels. I don't know about you but I like to play the game and clean my gear in between games than during them. I found that having all these modes of fire are good for nothing!!! How many tournaments do you go to and play in full auto or 6 shot zip? The LCD screen and electronics don't do much for you. I will say the game timer is nice but thats it. I don't care to see how many balls I shot through it...That just reminds me of all the paint breaks I've had:-) They finaly woke up and put a decent battery in it for 2001. This gun has no range. If you are a back player, this gun is not for you. for this much money they should be able to give you a "good" stock barrel and a decent looking barrel plug? I have seen many problems with these guns and have not jumped on the Angel band wagon. And no I am not Jealous...I just call them as I see them!!
I would not recomend this gun to anyone unless you are attending a airtech school. Over priced, poor shooter (compared to other electros I have seen) Paint breaker. I am not basing this review on one gun, I have seen this in many degrees!!! The new Emag is a good choice if you want a high end gun. It is relatively new, but I have seen good things including the Name of quality (Airgun Designs) and the new Matrix is a good one!!! It is totally up to you what you want, but think if you need all the modes of fire, A LCD display, and the name of angel (probably 30%% of cost). Or are you looking for a gun that has more range, less paint breaks, and shoots a paintball at 290FPS without all the gadgets??? Think about it?
i don't think this article was written by someone with adiquate knowledge of this gun to make these assumptions about it. I feel that he was biast and didn't give a fair review. he says it breaks paint, but he didn't mention anything about the quality of the paint, how old it was, what kind of bolt he was using, or his paint/barrel match.
First of all this kid does not know what he is talking about. I am a back player I use a 2001 LCD the range is no problem and I can rip on it fast as any other marker and not break paint. The paint I use is a mid grade PMI "Premium Paint".