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Furby87 Monday, November 6th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Stock hopper.
Marker Setup: A-5, JJ Performance 16", Pure Energy coiled remote line, Tasco red dot, Special Ops sight rail, super fly mark 2 forward bolt, Redhot power tube, Tapco A5 6 position stock, Ricochet R-5
Strengths: Deflects paintballs, can use with sight.
Weaknesses: Lid pops open sometimes, holds less than stock.
Review: I bought mine used but I'm getting a new one cause there is a crack in the housing. It does what they say it will do but it sucks when the ball is deflected into your mask(happened once). I dont have a offset for my hopper yet but I can still mount my 30mm red dot scope on there. I dont know if it will work with a bigger scope or not.

The only down side is that it holds less paint than the stock hopper and the lid will pop open sometimes but I think that is because its just worn out and it only happens when I use CO2.
Conclusion: I love it. If you dont mind not being able to carry less paint then this is a great buy for you.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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