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wrightusmc02 Sunday, December 18th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
View Loader 9v
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom silver
Cyclone Feed System
Collapsible stock
RT triger
Expansion Chamber
Progressive 14" barrel
BT fixed sight rail
NStar Red Dot sight
using a remote
Strengths: No electronics
Forces Ball into chamber every time- no miss fires
Price
15 bps
Weaknesses: When hopper runs run empty it will miss feeding some balls depending how paint lays
Review: AWESOME!!!

I have had the Cyclone feed system for only a couple weeks now. I dropped my gun off at the Painted Forest to have it installed. Then $85 later I've got a hopper that will beat any electronic hopper. I haven't had the chance to play in an actual game yet but I have shot several hundred rounds through it. I've got an RT on my gun, so when I pulled the trigger all I saw was a solid line of yellow comming out the barrel. There were no missed shots. Even with the electronic hopper I did have, there were times that it would not force a ball into the chamber. Not anymore. However, when your hopper starts to run empty it will miss a few shots, depending on how the paint is laying in the hopper. Solution- Keep it filled with paint

The price is comparable to electronic hoppers. A good elec. would cost you anywhere from $60 and up. The CFS cost me $65. Since Ive got an RT I needed to have a larger gas tube put on it to carry enough gas to work both. That added $20. Total-$85
Conclusion: For anyone that wants to shoot a high rate of fire, The Cyclone Feed System is the way to go for your 98. No need for batteries.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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