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g murder Monday, February 14th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Worr Blade (e1)
Marker Setup: WGP Karnivor...Autococker
Kaner barrel kit
Center Flag inline reg
E2 Blade frame
stock ASA
CP rail drop & function mini drop
Center Flag 70/4500
VL Evolution 2 w/ Z board
Strengths: Better; dispaly, features, battery life...enclosed solenoid housing
Weaknesses: Price (on par with the E1 when it came out)
Review: The Blade frame is a nice step forward from the e1, the upgrades include:


Display - nice cool blue display, easier to see in direct sunlight, different info display.

Battery Life - 2x to 3x more shots per battery, new solenoid requires less volts per shot.

Features = it has an rate of fire indicator that show your high ROF and your current ROF...
= a training mode where you can practice shooting but with no shot noise, the back block moves but the valve does not let out the burst of air to shoot....
= user downloadable display screens that display upon start up....
= a TT (Trigger Transition) filter which is anti-bounce program to eliminate bounce, or depending on your settings, turn it into a bouncing 'full auto' like gun.
different lighting on options (like it turns on when you touch a button or you can set so it will turn on when your pull the trigger or you can have it on all the time)
= it has different auto-off time out settings for how long it will stand by before it turns off.
= it can use the supplied reflective eye or an break beam eye.

The solenoid is now completely encased in the paint can get to the solenoid from the bottom of the housing like the e1.

The trigger gaurd is larger to handle bigger fingers, gloved fingers, or more room to walk the trigger...and it includes the samurai trigger, very easy to manipulate and walk.

The frame itself is a little more narrow so you can wrap your hands around it to aid faster shooting and a better feel...the grips have a new design that's comfortable and has the fingered grooves unlike the Worr Blade. Also the it seems like you can't overtighten the screws that hold on the the e1 you could overtighten the screws and pinch or sever a wire.

Pricing is about $400-$475 which is the ballpark that the e1 was selling before the e2 came out.

You can get the e2 & solenoid in Chrome, Black, Blue & Red

Conclusion: Overall it seems like they addressed and improved on every feature. Great product...if you have an AutoCocker then this Blade Frame is the best...pricey but very, very nice, the e2 seems easier to shoot, and easier to set-up and coms with better solenoid protection. It made my Karnivor a better gun and more enjoyable to operate. Now I don't want to bunker people and rather shoot and rip them apart.
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, May 18th, 2005 at 12:05 am PST

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