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Tip Man 98 Thursday, February 16th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Regular 200 rnd loader that came with my gun. It didn't feed as fast as i wanted.
Marker Setup: Tippman 98 custom with reactive triger. 14 inch sniper barrel. Rubber front grip. Allen shoulder stock.
Strengths: It doesn't need batteries, aggitates on every shot. Inexpensive
Weaknesses: Don't overfill it. Pay attention to the full line on the lid.
Review: I bought mine for $35 direct from the manufacturer website. I installed it in about 10 seconds on my RT. Just put in a T and plugged it in. It works great when my co2 is warm and the hopper is not over full. I rarely have any dry fires and it seems to keep up with my rt upto like 12 balls a second. I fill it to about 220 balls max. You can put in close to 300 but it stops the piston from being able to move. I think it is a good idea and I would buy it again. It doesn't have batteries and I play all day with no worries. UPDATE: they dropped there msrp to $29.95
Conclusion: I like it, its not going to shoot 20 balls a second but it's way better than the factory hopper. Mine keeps up with my RT upto about 12 bas. I dont know about the guys who paid $50 but For $35 it is a good deal. If you want a $50 loader buy a Viewloader, but save your money on battteries and get one of these loaders.
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, August 7th, 2006 at 8:59 am PST

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