Originally Posted by woodpusher91
kick also there is no way that a poppet kicks less than a spool so saying an ego kicks less than an angel would be absurd. that angel would have to be set up terribly and the ego to perfection.
I dont know if your stupid or not, but an angel is not a spool valve gun. It is in fact an electro pneumatic poppit marker, probably the first ram driven electro pneumatic that started around 98 99. An Angel definitely kicks more than an Ego and the Fusion. The Shocker indeed have a very minimal kick, but its quality is not very good. Not sure what shockers you've owned, but all of the ones ive owned has their anodizing wear off, their efficiency suck without an HE bolt even with it isnt that good. Ive own dozens of guns in my past, I currently quit, so i own nothing, but eventually going back next year summer. In my sig you can see my last marker which was the PM6, and before that was my ST Intimidator, and Before that was the Fusion. I had a pre-production Fusion, and it sure did was as good as people said it was. I didnt have one problem with it. It kick less than my Intimidator, and was much much more efficient than the matrices and freestyles ive owned in the past. I have nothing to argue since im not into paintball as much as i used to. But many people in here are to biased. The quality of The Fusion is flawless, but then maybe its just the pre-production markers since there wasnt any problems with the first fusions out except for the 2nd and 3rd batches. My Fusion never had any creeping problems like what ive seen in here, which is kind of weird. Maybe DP perfected the first released batch but kinda rushed the other batches. PM me if you guys want me to compare with other markers. Ive also owned a Legend, it kicked more than The Fusion but was a bit more efficient. It was harder to tech, and stripped my top screw on the grips. I hated the way you had to take the ram out, unscrew rear screw of the trigger frame and you have to pull the ram cap out. The design without an LPR was sure cool, but i couldnt adjust it to my liking, so the kick remained constant, you couldnt lower the LPR and make the dwell higher to accomodate with the colder weather. Eventually sold it, and bought parts for my new car. That was the last days of my paintball life.
EDIT: woodpusher im sorry if calling you stupid offended you, but i was a little mad that you are stating a wrong statement and even disagreed with the guy that was right calling him wrong. But the angel has 3 tubes, top tube holds the bolt, the right bottom has the ram and solenoid inside, thats why the bolt pin on the bolt is slanted, the bottom left holds the battery (on some angels) and also holds air.