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Calon929 Saturday, December 3rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Victory board:FASTER, stock:same, eggy with z board:Doesnt
Marker Setup: Angel 4 force fly,halo b, jr3 barrel, angel air
Strengths: Does what it says, easy to install, tastes like chicken
Weaknesses: None really
Review: I bought one of these and cant be much happier with it. This has eliminated a major flaw with the halo and thats not seeing some paints. I have only had limited problems with the stock halo, but its a pretty aggravating when it happens. You will come across a field paint that is orange or yellow that is easy to see, but the halo has glaucoma. Mine would start do everything from continuing to torque on the stack, then the anti jam dance, and would turn itself off.
Feed rate is the same as before and it tops right at 21 to 22bps, when it was stock sometimes I would get a 23 here and there. 20 bps is plenty fast and it does it just fine.
For me the biggest pain it relieves is having to clean the eyes of the loader, no longer an issue. Less time cleaning is always a plus.
Operation is a no brainer. Speed is easily set and you are good to go.
It stops just as it did with the eyes when the stack is established, and will not start feeding until you are cycling paint.
If you have a halo and want to move up to an empire you can sell it then get it. If you are happy with your halo or can get one cheap and want to upgrade it, thats completely up to you. This works well so you have options.
Conclusion: A capital idea! You can always find a halo from someone buying a reloader or getting out of the sport for a good price, add this and you have the top of the line.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 3rd, 2005 at 5:46 pm PST
 

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