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Mllrracin35 Wednesday, November 16th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
viewloaders and the a-5 cyclones
Marker Setup: tippmann 98c with response tigger, gta double tigger, cmi 21" barrel, 32 degress grip, 32 degrees 6 stage expansion chamber, ben tippmann vert botle adapter(just got it) empire cradle with on/off asa adapter. Pirahana 16" all american barrel, phat drop with gauge, and low presure chamber. Tippmann Pro-Lite with a 16" GTA barrel dont know what type
Strengths: Smoked color.
Weaknesses: That the balls get stucked before the neck. O-rings.
Review: I bought this hopper on a whim, with out doing any research on it what so ever and paid for it. I got the hopper because we were down for a game, and got it for ten bucks. Got the field and set it up and played. The balls kept getting jammed in the feeder neck and my gun would not fire a ball due to it. Also I switched guns to try out my Pro-Lite that I had just and the o-rings ripped apart. I din't not get to see what so special about the Ricochet, or even if the paint would ricochet off the thing.
Conclusion: Do not buy this hopper unlesss you have the cyclone feed system or if it is one of there eletronic versions.
1 out of 10

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