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Everlight389 Saturday, April 9th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
evLution II
Empire Reloader
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion
Planet Eclipse QEV
Check It Unimount
Custom Products 2-piece barrel (.693, 12'')
Strengths: - Very fast
- Well made and tough
- Battery efficent
Weaknesses: - Somewhat heavy
- If the IR sensor gets dirty
- Price
Review: Strengths

Very fast - This is the fastest real hopper availible. Mine can empty 140 rounds in just over 6 seconds stock.

Well made and tough - My friend Chris's jumped off my autococker, fell to the concrete, broke all the paint in the hopper. He picked it up, swabbed it out, and it was just fine. The shell is fairly thick, so it can withstand long falls without a problem.

Battery efficent - Feeds 10,000+ balls on 6 AA batteries, which is pretty good efficency.


Somewhat heavy - Not the lightest hopper, but the performance you get it well worth it.

IR sensor - With oily paint or dark paint it may have problems feeding, but just don't use crap paint in it and you won't have any problems whatsoever.

Price - With rip drive it's $115, but once again, its worth the money.
Conclusion: Overall a great hopper... very, very nice. I reccomend it above all other ones because it does not misfeed if maintained/used properly.
10 out of 10

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