The best high flow modular regulator system on the market today. Built to supply high flows at low pressure . The only regulator on the market truly suited for this task. The modular design allows ease of maintenance and is upgradeable to the SUPERCHARGER (patent pending) . This reg is has a standard vertical adaptor that allow perfect alignment on any gun.
The War Marchine Assault Regulator is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Palmer Stab - on par with the W/M Reg, but lacks the looks
BL Torp. - Good reg, but lesser quality than W/M
Sidewinder - Good reg, but doesn't match up to W/M
ERGO - Interesting looks, but lacks consistancy
Decked WarMachine Assualt 80
02' Vert Cocker, 14" boomy, eclipse/sto/shocktech front block, WGP hinge, W/M Supercharger
Well Machined Material
None that are yet evident
Getting the War Machine regulator was a good step for me and I'd reccomend it to anyone. It's made by a little-known but great company that is known by it's customers for its quality and looks. The reg both looks good, and works like a charm. There's a spot for a guage, and if you don't have enough money to buy a full blown W/M SuperCharger, you can buy this then save up the rest of the money (MSRP for SuperCharger UPGRADE = $40) and then just pop it on and rip with NO shoot down what-so-ever. For the price you will not regret buying this for it is the little-known "next-step" in the paintball industry, bringing a new level to the market.
This product is a very good buy and I reccomend you try it if you can. It should give you no problems and should make your gun look shiny in the process :). Happy hunting.
Aerospace invaded paintball and it's disguised as this regulator. I wouldn't consider using any thing else other than a Palmer over this regulator. Because of it's high tech roots it's using proven methods to regulate high flows at consistent pressures. Works great on Co2 or HPA but if you use Co2 you will require another regulator to keep the pressure under 850 psi. Emptied 47ci. 3k tank at 23 bps on full auto no drop off
Stop using old regulator techonlogy and give this one a try or buy a Palmer.
2k2 WGP Vert feed
ANS Phase II Valve
Dye Rock Knob
Kapp STO Ram
Eclipse Medium Hammer
Rebuildable Ball Detent
WGP Generation II Hinge Frame
WarMachine Supercharger Regulator
Kapp Universal Drop Forward, Chrome
Zero Drop off
Nice even flow
None that I can really think of
I bought my setup as a package so I can't really tell any improvments from before it was on. I did notice that the shots I fired were very consistent. Basically there is not too much to say for a reg. I do have the upgraded supercharger version so it might be slightly different if you have the assault reg.
I would say that it is a little expensive and it is hard to find. I would recommend it though. It is very solid so I will give it a 10.
PBI GTVF Fieldmaster
PBI Electronic grip frame
System X drop forward w/on-off
Assault reg w/supercharger
PBI beaver tail
J&J ceramic 14 inch
crossfire 68 tank
SUPERCHARGER is the only way to go!
no color choices
supercharger requires tapping the body
these are nit picking though
I always love it when I see that someone writes about when they put it on "full auto". Its a manufacturer's gimic, if you can't use it on the field, there is no need for it. Okay off the soapbox... Get someone who knows how to use a trigger (semi) and watch the guage. It is rock solid where you adjusted the reg at. That's the beauty of it.
Go to www.warmachine.com.
buy it if you are more concerned about functionality, than looks or brand name
I purchased the supercharged version of this POS reg. The pressure kept dropping off, and I couldn't get consistent shots. I took the supercharger off and then the thing really ran into problems. It's possible there is some user error on my part, but I think this reg is really more complicated than it has to be. The modular setup invites Murphy's Law into your game.