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MasterMiko Saturday, April 26th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year3 of 17 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
There really isn't anything like a warp feed
Marker Setup: Angel LCD w/ freak, psychoballistics drop, and a 68 crossfire stub also a twelve volt modified warp feed with a twelve volt rev
Strengths: hopper not on top
Weaknesses: jams
bad wiring
drains battery quickly
Review: Last year (2002) at the international amatuer open i purchased my warp feed. i used it a total of three times before the nine volt clip broke, the wires inside of it came loose. then, later in the year i was playing in a tournament when the warpfeed actually jammed during a game, agd says that it will never jam but mine did. the screws holding the circut board in go straight into plastic so they strip easily. when i was doing the mod the wires attatched to the nine volt connector separated from the circut board (it probably would have happened evntually from use anyway, so i don't feel that this one was my fault)
Just yesterday it jammed again, before i even got onto the field. now i will be getting rid of it and putting my hopper back on top. But, on the upside, the guys at agd where very helpful with the instalation when i purchased the warp feed, it really does reduce your gun hits and you can actually hold the marker upside-down for around ten shots and it will still be loading, as long as it doesn't jam.
Conclusion: This thing is bad. not bad awesome, just bad. i used to like it alot but it has proven to be totally unreliable. It is a good idea, but mine doesn't work.
2 out of 10Last edited on Monday, June 23rd, 2003 at 10:22 am PST

Review Comments
JoeliusCeasar Sunday, May 20th, 2007 | 5:42 pm PST
Dose your gun ever chop when shooting upside down?

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