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pro_omen Saturday, August 27th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months6 of 9 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
empire reloader II.revvy
Marker Setup: sp ion,14" driver,halo tca lcd,frontman,68/45 pe fiber wrapped,dead on drop forward,stock asa with on/off
Evil omen,16 " pipe kit,halo b ww/ rip drive,72/45 pe fiber wrapped
Strengths: Light for size,Fast,Nice LCD screen,Every thing can be customized for players preference
Weaknesses: None i've found yet
Review: Ok doky...this hopper is really nice,I cant say that enuff fast sleak, The smoke colour looks lethal on mi black ion...umm there realli isnt much else that i can say except the only weekness i could find...The feed neck mite crack if put on a marker without a clamping feedneck(the locking ones suk,,like the ones on a evo)like it did on mi old skool sts eforce the beastly beast
Conclusion: Very nice hopper, Fast, Sleek, Light, Nice magnetic lid, Ccreen is cool,I'd give it a 10 becuase i like this hopper!another nice product from halo.(a division of odyssy paintball)
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Guitarmaniak Thursday, November 9th, 2006 | 8:41 pm PST
If I bought this hopper would i need to also buy another feedneck? I'm currently using the stock feedneck for SP ion.

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