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

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
n0ne
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
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 5:08 am PST
 

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