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Pac Wednesday, February 15th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
regular 200 round hoppers either VL, PMI, or stock tippman
a5 cyclone
Marker Setup: pro/carbine
adapted a5 flatline
98 bottomline
2.5x scope
bt raised sight rail
combat feed
200 round by pmi
Strengths: Small, low profile
good for sim or sniper
cheap about $4
Weaknesses: JAMS
plastic feels weak
crappy hinge
sometimes hard to pop lid on/off
Review: I bought this for my pro/carbine to be a sniper hopper, because a sniper shouldn't have 200+ rounds, right? So I use this piece of crap for the first time and I feel like such a dumb*** because I'm out on the field shaking my whole gun every few shots, so I'm pretty much screwed and I look like an idiot. I know that I wasn't out and I could tell it was jamming because its see through. So anyways we use this hopper for handicapping good players now.
Conclusion: I wouldn't buy this again. I had quite a few problems with it. Its cool that its small but it doesn't make up for the negatives. If you want a small sniper hopper, look else were.
Rating:
3 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, February 16th, 2006 at 3:16 pm PST
 

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