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DYE_PB44 Thursday, January 13th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
eggy 2, empire b
Marker Setup: ICD Freestyle
HE bolt
Halo B w/ ripdrive
pmi HPA tank 68/4500
Strengths: Very fast
Very sexy
RipDrive is the best
Weaknesses: Cant read dark paint
Only holds 170-180 balls
Fat feed neck
Review: I love this hopper. I had a eggy 2 and i thought nothing was better tell i got this. This thing will keep up with anyone or any gun. The only problem i have had with this is that it doesnt hold alot of paint. Only like 170-180 rounds. I just dont like this because im a back player. The rip drive helps alot too, you dont have to turn your hopper on to crono, just a turn of the rip drive and your ready to go. And if it jams you can turn the ripdrive to clear it, but you probably wont have too many jams. One bad thing about it is its a ***** to clean out. My friend had paint in it and dropped it. The paint broke and i spent about a hour putting it back together.
Conclusion: if you want a fast hopper that can keep up with anything, go with the halo. If you have a couple more dollars get ripdrive. It makes every thing alittle easier to do.
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, January 13th, 2005 at 9:00 pm PST

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