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JustTooGood Monday, May 8th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
DM5, DMC - Great guns, just don't find changing O-rings all the time attractive.
Ego - Extremely nice gun, but I don't care for the feel.
Shocker - Too many problems, but I've seen some I like.
Intimidators - Seen too many problems with them, although the 06 Timmy's are nice..
Ions - Shoot well for the price but no comparison.
Marker Setup: Team Arsenal Edition G7 Fly
Check It Feedneck
Smoke VLocity
Custom Products Direct Mount On/Off
Custom Products Pro 2-Piece Barrel Kit (4 Backs)
Crossfire 68/4500 LP
A Barrel Kit although the stock barrel is extremely high quality.
A new feedneck depending on your preference.
AngelForce FBS Tadao Board (not a must)
Violent Products Scythe Trigger (not a must)
Strengths: -Speed
Weaknesses: I am yet to find any.
Review: I have had my Arsenal G7 Fly since November of 2005, the month they were released. I have had very good experience with this gun. It is extremely fast and is only limited by your hopper. With my CP Barrel Kit, my Angel shoots a very tight accurate group, pretty much ball on ball. Regarding the Angel's stock regulator, I see no reason to change although some do. I on the other hand, a few weeks ago, got +/- 1-2 over the chrono. Pretty good if you ask me. Efficiency if not a problem for the Fly. At CFOA on a 4000 psi fill, I shot a VLocity and 4 140 round pods with about 2000 psi left over. The Fly is just under 3 lbs in weight, not the lightest out there, but feels great and if you have a problem with its weight you just need to go to the gym. I am yet to have any reliability issues with my Fly. Before play, all I do is put two drops of Love Juice in the exhaust valve and a squirt of Love Grease in the ram if needed, and then cycle the gun several times. I am yet to change an O-ring or have a leak of any kind. I laugh every time I see my teammate changing o-rings on his DMC at what seems like every team practice. The LCD screen is extremely nice and will even tell you when to perform routine maitenance on your Angel. I really like the Arsenal edition of the Fly and the the new barrel milling, not to mention the new breakaway trigger. I was extremely satisfied with the Fly straight out of the box but have made a few upgrades to it. In the future I plan on getting Tadao for it and the VP Scythe trigger.
Conclusion: An amazing, reliable gun, that is worth every penny. I recommend getting the G7 Fly or the Gat, the best Angels and guns around. I have seen Fly's going for around $800-900 online, great price, considering mine was $1500.
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, July 7th, 2006 at 4:35 pm PST

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