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Unregistered User Saturday, April 6th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: 2002 Blue Vertical Feed Autococker
Blue WGP Hinge Trigger
32 Degrees 45 Grip [clear]
14in. CP Barrel [for now]
ANS Gen-X2 Inline Regulator
Pro Team Products WARPfeed [ YES, it's overkill on a 'cocker but i had to have it]
Ricochet 2K Loader
CP Flame DropForward
3000 psi PureEnergy HPA Tank
Strengths: Amazing to watch this thing work. It hasn't skipped a beat since I've installed it. Fairly quiet, impressive design and setup. The WARPfeed will practically allow you to fire your marker UPsideDOWN 8 to 12 shots before you have to turn it rightSIDEup. Very reliable and priced right $179 to $225 depending on which onLINE paintball store you hit. It also comes in a variety of colors - once again dependent on which onLINE paintball store you hit They carry the version with the Pro Team adaptors/mods.
Once the WARP is setup it's easy to install /// re-install with just 2 screws in the bottom of your trigger frame. You'll see why in my conclusion.
Weaknesses: No ON/OFF switch
No adaptor for the autococker vertical - had to sand down the 90degree adaptor and remove the set screw in order for it to fit into the vertical hopper feed. This is a no brainer with P A T I E N C E and a dremel
Conclusion: I've seen and heard mention of WEIGHT and OVERALL playability being a factor in the overall evaluation of the WARPfeed. This argument could go either way - for tournament play this could be a factor [[ I've only ever seen one being used ]] this all being based on position being played, ones ability to shoot left or right handed. A lot of tourney players say the WARP henders overall playability but in the same breath say it's good for BackPlayers.
On the recreational level or scenarios this is hardly a factor, if anything the WARPfeed would brings in the I N T I M I D A T I O N factor. Who wouldn't be intimidated knowing they could be on the receiving end of a marker equipped with something capable of firing 20 balls per second????
WEIGHT is hardly a factor in either of the above situations - the WARP hardly weighs anything. My personal preference is WARPfeed during rec ball and TEAM pracitices for tournaments, NO WARPfeed while in tournament play
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:08 am PST

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