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p_ballermatt98 Sunday, December 12th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
4 years
Products Used:
Stock Viewloader- what can I say its as stock as you can get.
Richochet Rhino- Next step up, exelent on batteries and feeds well.
Marker Setup: 98 Custom
14" PMI Razzor
GTA Double Trigger
GTA Drop w/ Gauge
Pure Energy Reg.
Rocket Cocker
Ricochet Rhino
Custom Mods
Strengths: Smaller profile, Looks good, Srong
Weaknesses: It gets loud , plastic is made of is reflective(not good for a woodsballer).
Review: I bought this hopper for $12 when it first came out and I used it for quite some time. Its really nice and feeds better than a stock hopper. Its so easy to clean because it has no motor and hardly any areas for paint to stay in. I would recomend this for any new player who plans on playing speedball. It has a very small profile and holds just as many balls as a stock hopper.

Theres only two things I didn't like.
1. It didn't fit my Custom 98 very well at first but nothing a few wraps of electrical tape didn't solve.
2. After about 3/4 of the hopper is gone the balls move around alot more and it gets real loud. This really isn't a problem if you're a spedball player but it can be bad for rec or woods.

I got rid of my 2K for a Rhino after a while and handed it down to my sister. Its got a TALL profile on a Spyder with the neck adapter though.
Conclusion: Exelent for any newbie.
9 out of 10

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