*Orings can be difficult sometimes
*Beeping is annoying if not turned off
I bought this hopper new off eBay for 50 dollars. It retails around 70 but you can find it a little cheaper if you look. This hopper feeds up to 12 bps so it's great for someone who wants to get rid of chopping on their semi-auto. Having an autococker, it does exactly what it should. I've heard the customer service is excellent but I haven't ran into any problems yet that need fixing. The LCD display is really nice and easy to read. The ballcounter works well if you set it the right way, it usually stays within a 3 or 2 ball amount of what you're really at. The game timer isn't really needed unless you're playing scenario. The actual hopper isn't too loud but the beeping sound it makes when you turn it on can get annoying. You can set it not to beep if you read the instructions. The neck of the hopper has 2 orings that come with the hopper. The orings are good because it helps to fit many different size necks but they also seem a bit weak and easy to wear. There is no real difference between this hopper and the AK, not anything that changes the hopper dramatically. If you can find it a little bit cheaper though, it's good because you get more color choices (green autococker = green hopper =) ) than the AK.
All around great electric hopper, deffinitely worth it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, January 25th, 2005 at 5:10 pm PST