Angel 05 Speed
too many to list....
ule body if it doesnt have one
Mech, Electronic, or Hybrid
Dont plan on getting an aftermarket board
Only hpa (not really a weakness)
I love my e-mag. After owning a mag for a year i sold it and wanted to get back into them so i picked up a nice e-mag at a great price. In a perfect world guns dont break down and need maintencing, the e-mag is as close to that as youll find. Agd managed to bring all the great things about the mag and incorperate them into an electronic style. A little oil into the valve every now and then and your done with maintenance. The battery is easy to take off and charge and lasts for a good 20,000 shots. It is a bit on the heavy side, but its a very high quality battery and will last for a long time. If your worried about chops, put a level ten on it and your set. Its a little on the heavy side but its understandable. Mine isnt too bad as i have an xvalve and ule body. A big diffence from the standard emag valve and a p/f body. I love the fact that you can easily alternate between mech and electronic with the flip of a switch. There was obviously a lot of thought put into the design. If you think its ugly then you havent seen one with a ule and xvalve. They are infact very secksi guns. Now as far as speed dont expect to shoot as fast as other high ends easily. A new flat kinda blade style trigger helps a bunch and with the proper adjustments the pull is reduced to very little. The pull isnt as easy as other electronic guns but trust me this thing will still rip. Air efficiency is decent, not perfect but better than a lot of other guns out there. On a 47/3000 i get a hopper and 3 140rnd pods. Thats with a really small tank (i had to pick one up as this gun requires high pressure output and my 68/45 is a low pressure output owell).
Overall an awesome gun. A pleasure to own and use. I like knowing that i can count on this gun to work and perform flawlessly time and time again.