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aimedplanet Wednesday, November 1st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Almost everything. I won't shoot anything other then Angels and my cocker.
Marker Setup: Arsenal G7 Fly
CP Roller trigger
Tadao Board
Ultralite Kit

2K2 Ace'd LCD Fly
CCM no Pro Feedneck

2K4 Prostock
Nexus Kit
Freak Barrel

*All Powered by 2 68/4500 Pure Energy tanks, V35, S4'd, Speedfeeded Halo and A Speedfeed Vlocity!!!*
Tadao Board. Sooooooo fast and easy to program!
Barrel Kit
Strengths: The whole gun? The whole gun would be the strength.
Weaknesses: Somewhat new threads, not all barrels are made for it yet
Review: To be honest I was very skeptical about buying an Angel. I thought, why am i going to spend 1300 canadian on this thing when it's gonna get scratched and beaten up? I'm glad I bought this gun. Not only is it the toughest gun I have ever used, it never stops. Lets start from the top.

Feedneck : Twist lock feedneck. This thing holds my Halo and Vlocity Tight. If it ever failed to, I have a CCM No Pro in my tool kit. Which has yet to be used.

Bolt : Newer lighter bolt for the G7 Fly. Softface so it's easy on paint.

Roll Open Breech : This is a standard on all Angels but is incredibly awesome. Makes cleaning the breech a snap. I recently had a loader prolem and my Intellifeed was pushing too hard and crushed paint in my breech all the time. When this happened it was a simple roll open the breech, swab it out and keep going. So convenient, I've done it in a game before!

Locking breech : The cover for the on/off button rotates to lock the breech shut! Very helpful and means if your familiar with older Angels, the breech can't be knocked loose and fly open while your firing.

Trigger : Incredibly adjustable. Make it as long or short as you want. As sensitive or not. It's all your choice and works great.

Fly Board : The Fly board is wicked. Incredibly fast and easy to program. My only problem with the board is it an opti trigger which means it tends to bounce a bit more.

Inline Regulator : The regulator milling matches the lines of the marker, is wickedly consistant. I'm talking +/- 1 with good paint.

Body : The milling on the body is very impressive along with the frame, regulator, eyes and barrel threads. All immaculate with no problems.

Things you can't see but will notice!

Efficiency : I'm talking 17 pods off a 68/45 fill. Beat that Matrix's!!!!!

Speed : You push it hard enough, it'll eventually start pushing back. It's a killing machine. Just keeps throwing regardless of how much has gone through it.

Reliability : This is a big deal for me as I was formerly only shooting my cocker and a Timmy and the reliability wasn't too fantastic. With this gun, it's a case of knowing that it will work every time.

At the beginning of this review I explained how I was skeptical of buying an Angel. I haven't looked back and continue to purchase Angels. I've only been an Angel Owner for 6 months but I have since purchased and now own 3 Angels. Old ones too! On top of my Arsenal G7 Fly, I have 2 LCD Fly's which are also death machines.
Conclusion: Just buy one. If you want easy 20 BPS, reliability, efficiency and great functionality. Look no further. 9/10 since nothing is perfect.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
paintbala5 Wednesday, November 1st, 2006 | 1:18 pm PST
they make speed feeds for vlocities?

moffetts_is_agg Wednesday, November 1st, 2006 | 3:35 pm PST
17 pods? Yeah ok... and your settings are what?

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