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gruzniak Friday, April 21st, 2006
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3 months
Products Used:
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Marker Setup: Spyder Pilot ACS
Halo TSA Frontman
20 oz Co2 tank
Strengths: See review.
Weaknesses: See review.
Review: This is a nice middle range hopper. Right now my walk fluctuates between 10-14 and this thing can keep up with that just fine.

-Really nice layout, easy.

-180-190ish ball holder, not bad.

-Mine was $43 on Action Village, amazing deal.

-It's a Halo.

-Feedneck does feel a bit cheap, but not as bad as most people crack it up to be.

-9v batteries died alot faster than I thought they would, invest in rechargeables.

-Hopper seems a bit to big (although not a giant like the Halo B or tsa backman series) sits really really high up on some feednecks.
Conclusion: Probably pretty similar to something like a revvy, or empire reloader series for $10-$20 less. If you have an Ion or anything less get this, anything higher than that and you'd probably need an egg, apache, vlocity, or halo b.
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, April 21st, 2006 at 7:32 am PST

Review Comments
J3omb Sunday, January 28th, 2007 | 7:00 pm PST
Ive got a pilot acs too, and this one would keep up with full auto? I cant semi over 10.

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