This doesnt really matter for this review. But I tried it with a spyder as well as a Diablo Wrath.
Very easy to use, magnetic door, tilt spining thingy.
None that would hurt. A little weight.
This hopper has worked flawlessly for me. 13 balls a sec. as well as 20 balls a sec. It kept feeding really well and never missed a beat. Of course it kept up with semi effortlessly. 3 round burst was a breeze, 6 round burt was a breeze, full auto 13 balls a sec (spyder stock board) 20 balls a sec (Wrath full auto set to 20 balls a sec) no sweat. And fast walking no prob. I really like the magnetic door. The door did not come open once even when dopped. Easy break down allows for easy cleaing of internals. The only prob I had was when I first got it I thought it was defective. It would turn on say halo version 1.0 I think then it flashes the voltage wich was like 13.2v then it would do some crazy stuff and turn off. Wel..... I didnt think about it once but two 9v will give you 18v. The batteries I had were brand new out the box but had been sitting at home a while and were only good till mar 05. Well when I popped new ones in....it worked great. Just makes sure you put it good batteries and you will be fine.
Why people say its only good for mid range guns I dont know. It should definatley keep up with anything you throw at it.
I would definatley buy the backman if you do not was to reload as much (being that it has a 240 round capacity. Also if you have a full auto gun and you want to shoot 20 bps it will work great. Its simple to use.
god u arent the sharpest knife in the drawer. This hopper does NOT feed 20 bps, it can feed 13 tho. The reason you shot effortlessly with the wrath was because it has EYES, which wont let u shoot until you have a BALL in the BREACH. For 20 bps + grab one of the 4 hi end hoppers: halo B, reloader B, qloader, vlocity.
Yep, the eyes stop the marker firing faster than the loader will feed in order to avoid it chopping, so rather than your loader keeping up with the marker, the marker is actually slowing down so that the loader keeps up.