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db8erboi Sunday, March 2nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
2 years16 of 18 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
WDP- 2003s (sexy gun), IR3,2002, 2000
Warped Sportz- Dark Angel v2.1
All kinds of cockers
Marker Setup: 2k2 Smart Parts IMPULSE, VISION Mod, Full Freak Kit, Jackhammer II LPR,Vertical Reg, Undertow Bolt, Demonic Strangler Low rise, SS Hammer, Slick Shot, I-Frame, CP Chrome Flame Drop, 68/4500 Centerflag Tank
Strengths: -Low pressure --> low ball breakage
-A little heavy, but well weighted (esp with I-Frame)
-Insane ROF (esp with I-frame) (normal board capped at 13.7bps)
-THE MOST DEPENDANT marker I have ever used (NEVER breaks down)

Weaknesses: -Stock gun doesn't look as nice as Other high end guns
-Stock trigger isn't fast enough
Conclusion: Smart Parts has created one of the best high end guns on the market with the IMPULSE. Imps are sweeet. They really dont break down very often, have tons of good upgrades... I often considered getting a new angel (I have 2) and sell my imp.. but once I bought my I-Frame.. my 2003 and Dark 2.1 have seen the action from the staging area. Imps are now in high demand.. People have begun to realize their glory!
10 out of 10

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