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DevilDawg_427 Saturday, October 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
Just gravity fed stuff
Marker Setup: Spyder Imagine 2K4
16" Smart Parts Progressive Barrel
Dytrix Teflon Bolt
Pure Energy 68/4500
Ricochet 2KX
Shockteck Clamping Feedneck

Ariakon SIM-15 (stock)
Strengths: -Looks cool
-Might cause a bounce or two
-Fast enough
Weaknesses: -Not much, not as fast as claimed?
Review: I got this for $40, and im glad i did. It looks alright on most guns, but on my Ariakon it looks great. This is a very light hopper, only uses one 9V. This also makes it slightly smaller. From the front it shows a small profile, and with the deflection shape its a hard bugger to hit. Unfortunately its not as fast as claimed, id say 10-12 as opposed to 15. However i was using a generic battery, a better on might yeld an extra bps. Either way thats plenty fast for me. A minor annoyance is the o-ring neck, the o-rings slide around in the divots so you dont get as good of a lock on your hopper, but using a layer of electrical tape instead of the o-rings solved this.
Conclusion: If your still using a gravity hopper this i a good buy, but if you need something fast id say a Halo TSA
8 out of 10

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