Liquid Blue Dark Angel G7 Fly with 68.91 cal lucky 15 barrel, tado board, vlocity hopper, and CP rail.
Tippmann A-5 (for rec ball) With starfire front bolt, red aluminum power tube, polished internals, 14 in CP barrel, and e-grip
Some new control bores for a better paint range, and a new trigger
Great stock barrel
Not very fast
Hard to find
Difficult to maintain
Stock trigger is somewhat slow
I've been borrowing this gun from a friend for the past few weeks while I wait for my angel to come back from maintainence. So far, I've found it to be very accurate, and I've pulled a few nice headshots with it, but i did have some complaints
The stock trigger was pretty good, but it is annoying to adjust, and getting it to go as fast as my angel trigger is something of a lost cause. I've also noted that maintainance is really a hassle, with so many small pieces.
Overall a good gun for some awesome recball, but it would be difficult to speedball with it as effectively as with some other high end guns.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, May 8th, 2007 at 10:30 pm PST
Wow. I understand that you're a new player and all so I'll go easy on ya. London Nexus used these guns exclusively before the Ego came out. They are plenty fast for speedball. As a matter of fact for PSP, all the guns are ramped at 15 BPS.
I am not a new player, so no need to go easy. And as for speed, i have found it difficult to maintain a constant, high ROF with this gun (No ramping at my local field) This is NOT a problem with my dark angel, so no blame can go on slow fingers.
Compared to most modern high end electros, this gun IS slow.
Keep in mind however that the trigger on the gun you are borrowing is probably set up to you r friends liking, not yours. Any new gun I get I have to spend about 15-20 minutes getting the trigger set to my specific tastes.
dude ian when did you ever even use this gun...? cause ive played with you every weekend since you got ur dark angel G7 fly and ive never seen you not play with it; the exceptions of course are when its broken. but ive still never even seen this gun at 23 let alone used by you