Gentlemen, we can rebuild it.
We have the technology.
We have the capability to make the worlds first bionic marker.
The Omen 2.0 will be that marker.
Better then it was before.
Better, Stronger, Faster.
-New larger Trigger Frame
-More Precise and Durable Re-cock Adjustment
-ASA with Gauge
-No Rise Feed Tube
-1.5 Cam Arms - force feed compatible
-1.5 Board - capable of 25 BPS
Available now (for less then 6 million dollars)
The Evil Omen 2.0 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Pure Engery 300 Psi
Maybe trigger if you dont like it but it works fine for me
I upgraded the Barrel just becasue i won a new Freak but the Evil Driver works great
I got my omen and the first thing i relized was WOW this gun is tiny! and took it behind my house, i shot a few pods with it and it shot great. it was anything it could ask for a marker and more. the price is reasonable and the stock features are great. i traded mine for a angerl IR3 and i like this much better. All in all this is a great gun to compete with or if you are just looking to have some fun paintballing without breaking ur pockets. i Give it a 10.
Buy buy buy! this gun is reliable and u wont be disapointed.
evil omen 2.0 with pure energy 72/4500 with evalution 3 electric hopper
Shoots faster than ion
If u dont read the directions it will break the first time u go paintballing
Over all this gun is excellent if ur looking for a cheap high end electric gun and it rarely chops paint unless the paint is bad. the only bad thing about it is its not very upgradeable
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Its a great gun
I have used nothing like it. It was my first Electro ever.
Omen 2.0-Crossfire 47/3000 tank-Halo B-A really cool clamping feedneck alternative!(Electrical tape around feedneck)
A clamping feedneck. (CCM-Smart Parts-etc.) High air capacity tank. (Crossfire 68/4500 or more)
Speed-Consistency-Sound-Not Common-Accuracy (With good paint)
Setup-Tail-trigger (Depends on style)
One fine day I was sitting down and eating soup when a lady in brown came and dropped off a cardboard box. It was not ticking so I opened it. And so the review begins...
Packaging - The black box that my Omen 2.0 came in was very professional looking and clean. The inside has one manual and one page for setup of the marker. The foam is a nice black with very nice placing to hold all the parts. It is a mystery to me on how Evil got everything in as I cannot fit them back in the exact way that it came. Along with the black,blue,or red Omen 2.0 is a tube of PUS lubricant, allen keys (not all sizes for dis-assembly), a .89 driver barrel, and spare parts.
Initial Reaction - My initial reaction to seeing this fine piece of metal was wow. It was a very nice black finish. Although not all of the allen keys were there for dis-assembly, there were enough for the setup. The barrel was nice and there was clearly a lot of thought was put into this marker.
Field tests - When I took it out to the field I was disappointed because it started leaking when I turned the air on. After some adjustments it stopped leaking. I chronod an it shot pretty consistent. 280,283,279,267,275,284 etc. I headed out to the field to find who other than my former friend that turned mean because of some unknown toxins released in the air...just kidding of course, but he was a noob and was intimidated/impressed by fast markers. I started shooting across the field and he broke my concentration by shouting "Whooooaaaaaa!!!! Is that your new gun!?!?" So there was a missed shot. The marker was very fast and I did not break a ball the entire game. I soon had to reload. I pulled out a pod and my tank caught my eye. 1000 psi down on one hopper!?! Wow! I found that I needed a larger tank ASAP.
Later games - When I played a later game my board changed the rate of fire on my marker and I started shooting one ball a second. I still pulled off the run-through but was wondering why it did that. I also started jamming paint in the cam-arms,( A new piece to the market that is an alternative to eyes) and having to take off the hopper to un-jam it. That is a pain in the feedneck (Haha! I made a funny!) because the Halo holds around nine balls in the drop area and they go all over the place and people are shooting your bunker 13 times a second and you have to hold your marker in one hand and the Halo in your arm and un-jam the marker with your other hand and if you drop anything you're screwed because you are on a hyperball field and it is all sand and if you get sand in the hopper it jams and it is all just a mess. The cam-arms also broke paint and my hopper fell off every game! I am using electrical tape to keep it on right now. I also noticed that the tail scratched my lens and I am always getting slapped in the face with the rear block. (I play front) The trigger also felt a little too wavy for me but that is a personal choice.
More games - Later I used better paint but all day it chopped, made it out of the barrel one inch and split itself, or the bolt killed it even with the re-cock turned down. I tried to hit a spool from 15 feet away but it curved and if the ball turned 5 degrees more, it probably would have hit one of the members on my team! The rear block screw soon popped out in a game and once in a game, the hammer plate screw came out, jamming itself diagonally in the bolt assembly! I had to borrow my buddy's Spyder screw! So I said screw it and ordered an Invert Mini. I also was getting velocities like 228,359,254,154,289,304,202,167...etc.
I only recommend this marker for people who like to order parts. When it works it is like a dream and is very consistent. But every other time, it is like that kid from the Exorcist.
You may want to try it for yourself.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 10th, 2007 at 8:18 pm PST
tippmann a-5, flatline, e-grip, 68/4500 pure energy tank
evil omen 2.0, eggy 3, 48/3000 pure energy tank
Def. a new feedneck, and probably a barrel system (evil pipe or sp freak)
Speed, weight balance, easy to field strip
Huge gas hog, paddle feed system (explained in the review), hard to adjust velocity, kick
I got my omen 2.0 a few months ago. I haven't been able to play with it yet because it has been in the shop for about 2 1/2 months. I just got it back yesterday and i got my tank filld and went out in the backyard for some target practice. The first thing i noticed is that the paddle feed system would sometimes load 2 balls at a time. or sometimes it would load a ball and the bolt wouldn't hit the ball. so the ball would just roll out the end of the barrel. So i thought that it might have been my recock pressure, i checked it and it was fine. However, the paddle feed system does eliminate chops. I didn't experience a single chop all day. after i adjusted the recock, i noticed my paintballs would start to drop at about 50 feet. I didnt know wat was wrong. I had my regulator set to 350 psi output, the highest that my tank could get, so i had to take the bolt apart to reach the velocity screw. i turnd the velocity up and it was a little bit better. The reason that u might need a barrel system is because the paintball has to match up with the barrel bore size perfectly or else u will have problems because there are no ball detents because of the closed bolt system. i was using draxxus midnight which i heard from other reviewsfit the driver barrel well. but i still had some paintballs roll out the end of my barrel. I realize that this review is almost all negatives bout the omen. its not that i think that its a bad gun, but it has so many problems that i dont think it should be better than a 4. At least its under lifetime warranty so that u dont have to pay for the repairs.
The Omen is probably one of the fastest gun for its price. but i've had so many problems with mine. i give it a 4.