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Reznor Monday, April 5th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Egg 2, vl 2000, standard hoppers, revy
Marker Setup: 2k3 blue vertical feed autococker
68/4500 crossfire tank
mac dev gladiator 04
dye stickies(blue)
dye rhino cover(blue)
empire reloader B (sparkly blue)
empire barrel system
orracle bolt (blue)
KAPP derlon ball detent.(blue)
Pychoballistics drop forward (chorme)
Strengths: fast
easy to use
easy to clean
rip drive
Weaknesses: price
flashes at night
Review: This hopper is fantastic. It loads every time all the time with no ball jams. Plus it is more sturdy than an egg. I only bought it because my egg broke right before practice and it was the only motorized hopper the field had. Lucky for me.
The strenghts speak for themselves so lets look at the weakness.
Weight: it is a little heavy, but i play with a cocker so I am use to it.

Price: was a little more than i wanted to pay, i use to think the egg and halo were the same but i was wrong. It is expensive but it is worth it.

Flashes: I am a scenario player so a green flashing light is not what i want on my gun in the middle of a night game, but this is nothing that a little duct tape can't fix.

Conclusion: If you have the money buy it. You will not be sorry. For all of you blue cockers out there, the blue reloader looks really sweet on blue cockers. Everyone will be eyeballing you cocker if you put it on there.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Gimplar Monday, May 17th, 2004 | 11:45 am PST
If you want to be really cool about it and get rid of that nasty duct-tape you could always go out and buy a diode to replace your LED.
All an LED is , is a diode that emits light when current goes through it. Diodes have near zero resistance and so you could technically replace it with a short-circuit...assuming that the diode really didn't serve a purpose.

(Diodes only allow current to flow in one direction.)

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