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Wallify Thursday, February 9th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
None compare
Marker Setup: Black ION
J&J ceramic
12V Revvy w/ X Board
68/3000 Crossfire Tank
Red Shocktec Drop
Strengths: Relocates hopper AND feeds 20bps!
Weaknesses: It is a little awkward at first and its another 9v to lug around
Review: To those of you interested, yes it will work on any gun, I got one for my ION and with a little modding made it fit perfectly into that crappy feed neck the ION comes with. When I got it I wasn't sure I'd like it. Like most I was worried about weight and it being awkward, but for the $45 I got it for (new) I figured what the hell, if it means not getting hopper hits, I'm in. Another plus is that it keeps me from out shooting my 12v Revvy.

Basically it will feed the 20 bps as long as thier in the wheel (about 13-15 balls), but will refill the wheel as fast as your hopper can feed. This is fine for me as I dont tend to shoot long strings of paint.
Conclusion: It does what its advertised to. I will agree that its not for everyone, but I like it and will continue to use it. All in all great product for the $45 i spent.

Since nothing is a 10 I;ll give it a solid 9
9 out of 10

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