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JD9940 Wednesday, December 28th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Reloader- Cheaper, but A LOT slower
Revy- Slower but cheaper
Marker Setup: 2003 Spyder Imagine
14in. Smart Parts Teardrop barrel
Halo B w/ rip
Shocktech Trigger
50g micro switch (1/5 of stock!!!)
12oz co2
Strengths: FAST
Rip drive is cool
Weaknesses: Price
Kinda heavy
Review: I got this for Christmas, I duno why, my dad bought it for me, I thought I didn't need it, and that it would double feed on my Spyder, and be a complicated mess. After playing yesterday I'm glad I have it! I installed a 50g microswitch on my Imagine whitch is 5 times lighter thean the stock one on my Spyder Imagine, so it take only 50 grams of preesure on the trigger to shoot a ball as opposed to 250 grams of the stock one. Had I used my old Reloader I would have chopped a lot. With the Halo it semed my Halo was darring me to shoot faster!
I have heard that Halos on Spyders cause double feeds or jams, but no! The Spyder didn't double feed or have any trouble even with just one ball detent. All in all the Halo B is great and the Rip Drive it a nice touch ad good idea if you ever run out of juice in your batteries.
Conclusion: I would buy it if you have the money, and have a high end marker (I know my Spyder isn't high end, but I paln to move to a Shocker later), it is very fast and will not let you down.
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, December 28th, 2005 at 12:26 pm PST

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