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shlobo Sunday, December 5th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Marker Setup: limited edition blue gloss DM4
Strengths: Fast, efficient.
Weaknesses: Battery usage.
Review: The Empire Reloader B is probably the best loader on the market. It's fast enough to keep up with any marker out there. It comes with three settings which is a plus because if you don't shoot extremely fast you don't have to use more battery power than you need to. Since it force-feeds the balls into your marker you never have to worry about tilting your marker in the right direction. It's made of incredibly durable materials so you never have to worry about hitting it on something when your sliding around. No parts have worn out on me yet. Another plus about the loader is is sound activated so you don't have to worry about using dark paint balls that the eyes won't see. It accepts any paint you put in there. The only bad thing about the hopper is that it uses battery power like crazy. You can use 4 or 6 AA batteries. My suggestion is don't put it on super fast if your not going to shoot that fast.
Conclusion: It's the best hopper on the market, fast, efficient and will take any color paint.
10 out of 10

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