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moosebv Sunday, July 25th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
2 years7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
vice, ego and all the poppet markers
Marker Setup: at this point these are my markers, i have 2 boys so i do not sell off my older markers
A1 fly (Gothic) stock
A1 fly (storm trooper) with Yakuza Series USB and OLED Board
A1 w/ Yakuza Series USB and OLED Board
Rapper w Musashi 8
DM6 w/ Musashi 6
Alias w/ Virtue Redefined
Proto w/ pro light frame m7, orange bolt
shocker sft w/ m6
ironman 2k5
A4Fly W/ Virtue laser eyes
none really
Strengths: Quality, fast, efficient, Reliable and on target also do not forget easy on paint.
Weaknesses: It is a technical marker, not for a simpleton
Review: I can tell you same as other reviews but the big thing is it is the most reliable marker i have ever owned and i own a lot of them. I think the stock board is great but both my boys wanted Yakuza boards. The marker is not long so it fits nice and tight and easy to get on target. It is light but not the lightest out there. If 4 oz. is noticeable to you need to work out.

Here is the DESCRIPTION.

Reliable - thoroughly field tested by Stockholm Joy Division.

Lighter – Angel designers and engineers have tried to remove as much material as possible - without compromising the structural integrity and typical design flair of the FLY.

Faster - cycling speed, because the lighter hammer reacts even faster.

Lower Operating Pressure - even more gentle on paint

More Efficient - 1800 + shots per 68cu" due to the all new Magno Valve

Less Recoil – due to the lighter hammer which aids in reducing reciprocating mass.

Greater Accuracy – the lighter hammer results in considerably less recoil and increased accuracy.

Improved Traction Control – all new fly paper creates even more stability - improved feel and touch in wet greasy conditions – replaceable inserts in the important gun/player interface areas.

Zero Lateral Trigger Movement – all new trigger and trigger retention mechanism - NEW super-lightweight blade style trigger incorporates the standard ANGEL four way adjustability and the NEW mounting mechanism which results in absolutely ZERO lateral movement.

New In Line Regulator - now features a standard thread regulator mount which allows you easy access to the regulator internals for easy servicing and maintenance.

Even Kinder on Fragile Paint - completely re-designed valve system - the Magno Valve uses magnetic repulsion to assist in valve closure. The advantages being lower pressure operation. Couple this with the incredible KISS Technology and the FLY will shoot more fragile paint than any other marker on the planet.

Re- Designed Micro-Arm Lever Lock Feed Tube Clamp - lighter and smaller and less likely to be inadvertently snagged open.

Composite Barrel Tip – super light, super accurate composite barrel tip by SLY.

Three Piece Eye Cover Straps – colour co-ordinated,
Conclusion: I think it is the only one out there you should buy. I do not know why people think egos are the best when they can not shoot fragile paint ( high psi marker like spider) they have more kick that a m16 and louder than fireworks on the 4th of July. You can pic up a used fly $600 and will out shoot any High-End marker out there.
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, July 25th, 2010 at 6:26 am PST

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