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Ninja Jones Sunday, October 1st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: Viewloader Orion
Viewloader Revolution with X-Board
J&J Ceramic 14" Barrel
50/3000 Worr Gass HPA Tank
Airgun Designs Warp Feed
Strengths: Fast Feed-Rate
Vibration Activated
Looks cool
Force Feed
Feeds sideways
Low Profile
Weaknesses: A little heavy
A little pricey
Not fully compatible with non-AGD Markers
Review: One the plus side
-These feed fast, real fast, my hopper cant keep up sometimes. They also force feed, but are gentle enough to not break balls.
-Theyre vibration activated, and triggered by the gun, which means no eyes or ears to go wrong. They can also be set with an intelliframe, or synched with a Revvy.
-They reduce your profile, no more tall hoppers on the gun, it moves the hopper to the side, leaving nothing sticking out, and providing a smaller target.
-They feed sideways, so you can have your marker tilted, when you're up against a bunker, and still have it feed.
-They look cool, and people who have never seen one always seem impressed.

On the negatives
-Not fully compatible with non-AGD markers, which means it wont fit on a spyder, unless you drill your mounting plate, and "customize" the feedneck, or buy the mounting plate and special feedneck from ProTeam. Which is why it's better just to buy the ProTeam one if you have a non AGD marker.
-The vibration sensor sometimes picks up on smaller bumps and taps, so you either have to turn down the sensitivity, or take out the batteries when not in use.
-Adds a bit of weight to the side of the gun, although its not very noticable for me.
Conclusion: Great Product, Great Performance, Great Addition to your marker. Just remember to buy the ProTeam feedneck if your running it on a standard ASA mount, or be ready to do some modding.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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