Piranha Pro Ts G3 with STORM, WARP FEED fed by a VIEWLOADER, PURE ENERGY Carbon Fiber 88cu 3000psi NITRO tank, 16" DYE BOOMSTICK, and DYE RED DOT SITE.
The WARP FEED removes my hopper from target range! I have a lower profile and can snap shoot quicker without being exposed. I can shoot from ANY angle because the WARP dosn't care if you're even upside down. This makes it great for shooting out of the cracks of bunkers. As long as the battery for the WARP FEED has juice & you don't forget to turn on your VIEWLOADER my Piranha set a 15 shots per second can't out shoot the feed system. The recoil sensor works PERFECT and hasn't failed me yet, the WARP only turns on when it has to. The battery should be removed BEFORE you put it away or ANY vibration will activate it. It is very quiet.
To shoot left handed may leave the shooter a little exposed. It needs a LOW BATTERY WARNING LIGHT or something. I used a Lithium 9volt and it worked well for two weekends of hard play on FULL AUTO. When the battery ran down it slowed down and I chopped paint. I would like to see a factory approved two 9volt battery system.
I have been the center of attention..people asking WHAT THE HECK IS THAT? or YOU PUT A WARP ON A PIRANHA? I couldn't be more pleased with the WARP! It lets me be as FULL AUTO as I want to be and far more hidden. The hopper won't give you away. I only ran out of paint when I forgot to turn on my VIEWLOADER. Don't feed the Warp and it won't feed your marker! I get about 12 extra shots after the 200 in the hopper are gone. It works in ANY mode(SEMI, BURST, TURBO, and of course FULL AUTO) and I don't have any extra wires to run, the sensor in the WARP feels what the PIRANHA is doing and runs when it needs to. The company web site has a lot of printable diagrams and spare parts like drive belts that you can get on line. I say the WARP works well with my PIRANHA. If you don't have a FULL AUTO feature, the lower profile offers a lot of advantages! With the WARP I can comfortably run at a full 15 shots per second with no breaks!