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kavika Wednesday, June 23rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Stock A-5 cyclone hopper
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5 upgraded with XA-5 kit from DOP - All-American 14in barrel from Smart Parts - HP air Pure Energy 68/4500
Strengths: holds a lot of paint - more streamlined than the old stock hopper
Weaknesses: exclusive only to a cyclone feed - lid is weak at the connection
Review: oh well....always thought the old A-5 stock hopper was a target on the field with its flat front face...and always found myself reloading as I got comfortable with making my gun shoot faster - So now I got my wish a more streamlined hopper that fits the cyclone....the cyclone feed is one of the best features on any gun....even if it is a target - however this APP 240 round hopper is big - light ....but huge...that's not even the problem....the lid at the connection wears down and you end up losing take the lid off and play in the back...or just don't go diving and crawling around.
Conclusion: This hopper is must have for anyone who has an A-5...I would try to mold the lid a bit so you don't get a big half of the paint in your hopper isn't always a good A-5 is my back up gun - good old classic rock...never fails...but definitely not the number one choice when everyone else is dumping on you with Angels and Bob Long's...
7 out of 10

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