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eat evil paint Saturday, March 27th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
revvy, reloader, other basic hoppers
Marker Setup: green spyder imagine
progressive barrel
dead on pro blade dropforward with on/off
co2(soon to be hpa)
empire reloader
macroline kit
Strengths: durable
Weaknesses: gravity fed
Review: well first off this hopper is way more durable and lightweight compared to electric hoppers like the revvy because there shells suck and can easily break (why cant pmi come out with a electric hopper with the shells off there regular gravity ones???) compared to all electric hoppers this thing is wayyyyy lighter then them, although it cant feed fast at all it can be good to lighten up you gun a bit, and if you have a slow gun (tippy 98, mechanical spyders/spyder clones ETC.) you don't need a fast hopper so this will do the job well.
Conclusion: overall this hopper is great for beginners who are just getting into the sport and don't know how to use the trigger on the gun. i shotmy friends java hopper in a woods-ball game and it broke right through, and i shot my other friends pmi hopper in a speed-ball game and it didn't brake(thats good). great product b+
9 out of 10

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