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Lemons 6245 Tuesday, September 20th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Evo. 2
Marker Setup: 03' Autococker Superstock, Halo, 14' barrle, 50 ci, 3000 psi
Strengths: Z Code
True Force Feeder
Cool Shape
Holds 180 pb's
Weaknesses: It will break a weak ball in the loader due to the "Force"
Review: This hopper is the best i have ever played with, when i got it i put batteries in it and turned it on and it seemed to go slower than the Evo 2, but when u actuially put paintballs in them both you can really tell the difference. i would recomend this hopper to anybody that has a fast gun, if u dont have a High-End electronic marker then there is really no point to buy one, so dont waste the money just to buy one, even though its the sweetest hopper out(next to the empire) and if u dont have the money for an empire reloader B then just buy a halo and buy a empire reloader shell and change them. but great product
Conclusion: Great. Best hopper period.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Uziel Gal Wednesday, September 21st, 2005 | 12:06 pm PST
The shells are basically identical to the HALO B's, other than the colour schemes, and the Empire logos. The real difference between the two loaders is that the Reloader B uses a sound activated board, where the HALO B uses a reflective eye sensor.

The Reloader B also comes with the Rip Drive as standard, where it is an option on the HALO B (although it is more common for them to come with Rip Drives now).

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