Originally posted by Flanders
Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah mike.
While what you have seen may have convinced you, it hasn't gotten me yet. As I said in the article, all the points stated are in reference to a perfect world, the technical aspects of paintball. Obviously we don't play in a vacuum, so this won't apply in it's entirety to real life. However, there are a few variables that could have changed between the two markers you tested. Perhaps the Angel had a low tank of air? Perhaps the barrel wasn't sufficiently polished and created excess drag? You don't really know, do you? So, please, by all means, hold a dedicated test on the range differences between both markers and report back. Until then, all you have is "what you saw"---which is wholly unsatisfactory for all intents and purposes.
Thanks for the comments.