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angel freak Sunday, March 17th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
There is nothing that compares to a warp feed, at least until someone copies it.
Marker Setup: Cobra Angel LCD
Angel Air
Rev w/ intelifeed
Turbo rev
ricochet
numerous barrels
Strengths: where to start?

1. It takes the hopper off the top of the gun and places it on the side where it is hard to hit or see.

2. You will stay in the game longer from reduced hopper hits.

3. You can now come over the tops of bunkers without being lit up because all you have to stick out is the very top of your mask and your barrel.

4. You can shoot faster.
Weaknesses: 1. No on/off switch.

2. Lack of sensitivity on lew recoil guns - my shocker.
Conclusion: Its not as bad as it looks. I heard a guy at my field say it would just be a different kind of problem, instead of being hit on the top of your gun, you get hit on the side.

Well he must have not known how to play with a warp. If you are a righty you put it on the left side, liefty on the right side. To snap shoot off hand, you tilt the gun on its side.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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