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1 Evil Package Tuesday, December 13th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Angel G7, Cobra G7, Joy Division G7, Arsenal G7, Angel G7 Fly, Arsenal G7 Fly, 06 Speed, and The Gat.
Marker Setup: Warped Sportz Avalanche Series Dark Angel G7 Fly, Predator V3 Board, Lucky 15 Barrel, Function Feedport, Function Direct Mount ASA, Pure Energy 68/4500 LP Tank, and Vlocity Loader.
New MT Valve *Already On Its Way To Me*
New Violent Products Trigger *Still In Production*
Empire Reloader B
Rail And/Or On/Off
Strengths: Sexy Milling
Predator Board
Lucky 15 Barrel
Function Feedport
Magnetic Trigger
Weaknesses: New Threading
Price Tag
Review: My first impression on this marker was "WOW! This thing looks magnificent!" And I wasn't wrong one bit. I don't know if Im the only one with it in Southern California? But oh well. I only had this gun for less than a month, not even close to a month. And its better than my other current guns in my gearbag. This gun has taken the spot in my bag for now on. Now to the Pros and Cons.


1. Efficiency: Out of the box, stock settings, with my Pure Energy 68/4500 LP Tank. I got a nice 1700+ shots out of the fill. And wow that's a lot. You can give a lot more if you want to sit there and tweak out your settings. But that's up to you.

2. Accuracy: Darn the Lucky 15 Barrel is very clean, and bored nicely. The barrel is a extremely perfect match for this gun. But playing Front, Mid, and Back positions on the field. Its ball on ball action.

3. Eyes: Well I had only one little, tiny problem and that was about 5 barrel breaks in this gun. But that was due to the detents being pretty tight. But after a few hoppers that broke it in, and there wasn't a problem after that. The beam break eye system is very accurate, all shells are welcome here.

4. Trigger: The breakaway magnetic trigger gives you a more smooth walking feeling to this marker. In my honest opinion I have gotten a very fast ROF on this gun. The trigger is just incredibly smooth and consistent walking ability. Also the trigger gives you a more comfortable feeling.

5. Frame: What else can you ask for? The masterminds at WDP have made the oh so perfect 90 degree space frame, which blew people away. Now they bring this infamous 45 degree frame with the rounded end. It gives me and many other people a very relaxed position of shooting and holding the gun. The trigger setup is slightly different from the G7 and G7 Fly models. Giving the Fly a more smooth feeling, while the G7 has the some what stiff feeling to it.

6. Ano: Very smooth, clean, and sexy job, that has been done to this gun. Mine is a graphite with black accented marker. I haven't seen this on any G7 or G7 Fly for this matter. So Im pretty happy about my choice.

7. Speed: Oh my god this is beyond words to describe the Predator Board's speed! Its so fast, plus all the modes you have, just in case you play in any of those leagues that give you certain abilities to use Ramping, Full-auto, or whatever there is lurking around paintball now. But the Predator is just too insane to imagine. I have got a good 23 bps over the several chronographs. But +/- a bps or two.

8. Feedport: This is the Function Feedport which is better than the WDP Gated Neck. But that's personal preference. Plus the looks are a really good plus to add to this gun. It locks my hopper really really firmly, not to worry about your hopper accidentally falling off.

9. Barrel: As I said in the accuracy part. But this barrel is a 15 inch, single piece barrel. The porting, and milling on this barrel just matches up with the gun just a perfect as the feedport. Warped Sportz just has made this marker too nice for the paintball world. Also the new G7 Fly threading brings the bore threading closer into the markers design. The redesign front end brings a pimped out look for the Fly. But this is bad news for the previous angel owners out there with those angel threading collection. Sorry guys!

10. Milling: The sleek milling that maneuvers around this gun is just extremely brilliant, and sexy. The milling around the feedport just makes the gun even more admirable. Too bad the news of Avalanche, and WDP parting ways...again. But whats makes this marker more rare is the misfortune.


1. Price: People complain about my gun being crazily overpriced. But I think this gun is worth every drip of blood and sweat I worked into getting the money to pay for this little demon. But Warped Sportz combined with WDP...and what do you expect? Two of the greatest companies merge to make the greatest gun on earth!
Conclusion: Just like I said this gun just flat out kills on the field. When I first brought this gun out to play, it was a fast eye catcher, and questionnaire. But that didn't bother me. When this gun came to my house, I couldn't wait to rip the box open, air this beast up, and go test run it in my backyard. This gun is one of those perfect moments in paintball when right out of the box it rips. The Fly makes up for the the mistakes the G7 didn't offer us. The new milling bringing a more subtle and sexy approach, and performance which speaks for itself. One thing this gun can massively improve is finding one for free. But that wont every happen...oh well. But for this marker, I would endorse this marker to anyone who wants to buy it. So go buy it!!!
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, December 18th, 2005 at 12:44 am PST

Review Comments
nexuscpball Wednesday, December 14th, 2005 | 5:31 am PST
Good review

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