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mergo2379 Saturday, December 18th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Revvy 12 Volt
VL Quantum Loader - feeds slower than a gravity feed hopper
Marker Setup: 2005 Trilogy Competition Autococker- Crossfire 48/3000- Empire Reloader- Soon to have Dead On Pro Blade with On/Off
Strengths: Sound Activated
Feeds fairly fast

Weaknesses: It's a little heavy
Review: Ok, so i just got my paintball gun and all the other stuff yesterday. I know, you're probably thinking i shouldn't be writing a review after not having it for 1 day, but I've already gone thru about 1000 paintballs.


Sound Activated- I personally get really annoyed with those hoppers that are always on with that annoying little buzzing sound. I like the sound activation for that reason, and if you're trying to sneak up on someone, the buzzing can give your position away.

Feeds fairly fast- Out of about 1000 paintballs I haven't broke a ball, or out shot the hopper. I don't have an e-blade for the cocker, so it's not really saying much.

Inexpensive- I got this loader for 43.00 bucks with free shipping, but i got the free shipping because of the gun, not the loader. I think it's a great loader for the price range.

Another thing I like about the Empire is that if the batteries run out and you're in the middle of a fire-fight with someone else, it still works really well as a gravity loader, only it weighs alot more.


It's a little heavy- The loader feels like it weighs about 10 pounds when it's loaded and has it's batteries in. It doesn't really weigh that much, nor does that really matter for aiming purposes.
Conclusion: My final reccomendation in BUY IT!!!!.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 25th, 2004 at 11:44 pm PST

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