Impulse with WAS board, NDZ internals with Rat Hammer, Freak kit, Air America tank with reg, Odyssey Halo B.
Directional feed, sound activated, magnetic lid, large capacity
Brittle plastic means; within the first month, stress fractures appeared.
Eventually my feed neck lost 1/3 its height to fractures, and screws began to strip out. You have to dissassemble the hopper to clean inside, and once it is apart you cannot reassemble this thing more than four times. I am now lacking two screws to hold it together, since they will not go back in where they belong. The cracks throughout the body now mean this thing can take one good hit and it is done. The magnetic lid and bidirectional paddle system were a good idea; but they made this product on the cheap, without screws and nuts, just sheet metal screws into a hard plastic. The setup is not good for tournament play, only for light duty, and not worth the money ($70 or so) or consistent with other Odyssey products
Skip it; speed rating is only 15 bps or so practically speaking, it is not force fed like the Halo B: get an old Halo B, or spend real money and get the Empire Reloader B.