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AGD Level 10 Monday, February 7th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
None like it.
Marker Setup: Minimag w/ X-Valve, level 10 installed, black powder coated Warp left body, ULE milled rail,
Y-Grip, CP rail, AGD dovetail mount, 32 degrees gas-thru foregrip, Lapco two hole vertical adaptor with bleed.

Air System: Airgun Designs Flatline 68/3000 psi

Loaders: Richochet Apache with 2005 upgrade on top of an AGD Warp Feed. The Warp feed is set to run on intellifeed and "big cell 9 volt mod" with on/off switch.

Barrels: 8" Smart Parts Venturi, 8.5" Taso Eliminator, 10" Dye Ultralite, 11.5" ACI Zero gravity, 12" Smart Parts All American, 12" Smart Parts Boss Progressive. All in Automag twistlock.

Strengths: Positive pressure feed, It never jams. No more hopper hits, smaller profile.
Weaknesses: The wiring is sorta fragile. It adds about a pound of weight to your gun.
Review: I've owned my Warp for 3 years and have gone from using the vibration sensor to intellifeeding it. I would say the intellifeed is better. I also upgraded to the "big cell mod". That makes the Warp run off of two 9V batteries instead of one. That mod doesn't increase the feed rate, just increases the battery life. It's like having one giant 9V.

I never get shot in the hopper anymore, it feeds and any angle, you can shoot it upside down/sideways. It feeds very fast.

The wires did pull apart from the board once because I opened the battery door and the battteries fell out. Just be careful since the sodering is kinda weak and fragile. AGD has great customer service and they reparied for me quickly.

I never have to switch hands while playing. To shoot left, you just rotate the gun sideways.

Once you use a Warp and get used to it, you may never go back to having a blimp on top of your gun. I never will.
Conclusion: Fast and ingenious product from AGD.

AGD has great service and reliable products.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, February 7th, 2005 at 12:00 pm PST

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