WGP Tactical Trilogy
-Halo LCD TSA Backman
-J&J Edge Elite barrel Kit
-WORR Gas 70/4500
-ANS Mini Ram
-Benchmark side drop
-Shocktech Superfly bolt
-WGP Ergo Reg
-JCS folding combat stock
-JCS weaver offset
-CCM delrin back block
-NcStar weaver mount bipod
Fast, adjustable for closed bolt, large capacity, tilt sensor
High profile, screen scratches, eats batteries, fragile pos
I love this thing, it feed my cocker reliably(other than when i forgot to turn it on.....yea, embarrassed doesn't quite cover it) For me the bast thing about it is the tilt and the closed bolt adjustment. I play woodsball withtit so tilt is very useful for leaning around dunes, trees yo name it. The closed bolt adjustment is useful so it doesn't try and feed when my back block moves foreward. Lows, well it is pretty tall and that can make hiding is low cover a bit of a pain, but the tilt does make up for it so i can angle it to take advantage of cover. the plastic cover on the screen scratches, but i just got some clear book protectors and cut a piece to cover it, no problem. The shot counter is useful so i don't have to look in to see if i am running out, jus look how much i've fired. Great hopper.
**EDIT** Ok i found a weakness that i gotta mention. I took a ball to the edge of the screen and now the display doesn't work correctly. I can still see the info just some of it on one edge doesnt show up. As a result i have lowered the rating to 8 from 9.
**EDIT** Ok that s it, this thing i a piece o crap. The LCD screen is shot(hasnt been hit again, it is the same damage. it jus got worse, the feed doesnt feed if the paint swells just a little unless you only fill it half way
**EDIT** the pice of crap fell apart. LITeRALY. I took it appart to clean it and the place the screws go into snapped off. so now its helt ogether by the one remaining screw and covered in cammo duct tape. pos.....
Good hopper its reliable, fast loading, and prety robust. (just remamber to turn it on)
Changed my mind, this sucks.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, August 24th, 2006 at 5:48 pm PST