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jenn72 Friday, March 11th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month9 of 9 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Viewloader 200, Empire Reloader, Revvy 12v
Marker Setup: '03 Spyder Imagine, Smart Parts Teardop 14in. or J&J Cermaic 14in, Delrin ACS bolt, Ricochet 2k Sniper, CP Flame Dropforward, Check-It Sweetspot Trigger
Strengths: Quiet (compared to most agilated hoppers)
One 9volt battery operation
Weaknesses: One color
Only holds 170-180 paintballs
Review: I got this hopper a few weeks ago and I'm glad I bought it. I read some information saying that it didn't silence the hopper much but honestly it was quieter than what I expected. Because it only agitates while you are shooting you hardly notice that it is agitating. I test this with my Spyder Imagine right when I got it because for a few months I out shot my hopper so much and I broke atleast 10 balls everytime I played. I didn't break any and I was using 2 year old PMI paintballs that were sitting in my friend's garage. The Imagine shoots (well is supposed to shoot) 13bps and the Ricochet Sniper only feeds 12bps. I'm happy with the hopper and in my opinion, I like it better than the Empire Reloader IIs. If you like sniping than get this hopper. You don't need many balls as a sniper and this is a great hopper to have. Heck, even if you aren't a sniper this is a great hopper. It's easy to maintain and very simple. The EZ view window is great. I can always tell how many paintballs I have left. I'll recommend this to anyone who doesn't have a marker that shoots over 13bps.
Conclusion: It's easy to find, so go out and buy it! I bought mine at actionvillage and they have great service. It's probably the cheapest place you can find it too.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, April 5th, 2005 at 8:22 pm PST
 

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