Trilogy pro cocker, Evil driver barrel, pmi pure energy 68 4500psi tank, empire reloader 2 hopper, shock tech drop forward.
Sound activated, magnetic lid, good weight. Low battery indicator.
Feed neck needed sanding.
After getting the feed neck sanded down and finally placed on my marker the hopper did well in it's perforance. The only trouble i ran into was it started not feeding right, but all that i had to do was removed the batteries and put them back in and it worked just fine. (As though it needed to be reset.) If I am correct the hopper can feed up to 12 balls a second, which is good enough for your lower end electros or high end mechanicals (like my autococker). While i was playing I was able to keep laying the paint down and did not have to worry about the hopper not loading. Every time the trigger was pulled and the marker shot, the hopper loaded paint like it was suppose to. The hopper has an automatic shut off after thirty minutes of non use so it saves battery power.
I greatly recommend this hopper to any one that wants a inexpensive but good hopper. The only thing I can advise on is to keep your batteries out of it until you are ready to play. Having to sand down the feed neck can be a pain if you don't have a dremel or faster way of sanding. But I would rather have to sand it down for it to fit then it be to small.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, February 14th, 2005 at 7:03 am PST
Well according to this site and the rep of the company i would considered it a higher end mechanical even if it is a lower end cocker. Besides since they were able to have the three way built in I would think it would be a cheaper marker to make therefore make it cheaper to sell.
No it didn't hurt the sound sensors at all. Of course it wouldn't hurt to take the batteries out before working with it. But to answer your question it can be sanded. You could use really rough sandpaper then once you finish use a smaller sized grit to smooth it out. Or you could use use a dremel tool and sand around the feed neck keeping it as even as possible. So far i've sanded my own and and friend's and they both worked out great.
Its prob meant to be sanded down, as many new hoppers are (I believe haloB and eggy II are) being built with large feed necks. Since there are so many different sizes between feed necks, hopper companies are doing this.
It could take a while. Just mke sure to use rough grit sandpaper and finish it off with a finer grit, or I suppose you could use a file if you had access to one.
To answer um...'s question the loader would work fine on a avent.
quote:Originally posted by SynjenX Well according to this site and the rep of the company i would considered it a higher end mechanical even if it is a lower end cocker. Besides since they were able to have the three way built in I would think it would be a cheaper marker to make therefore make it cheaper to sell.
well most of these cockers built after 03 kinda suck.