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RyanS Thursday, January 4th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
gravity hopper played a lot of scenario
Marker Setup: Stock ETek Ego
68/4500 hpa
Halo V35 victory with rip drive
Strengths: Speed
look
magnetic lid
consistent
quiet
Weaknesses: Cleaning is a pain
But it's a great hopper so unlikely you'll chop
Review: This is a great hopper with a victory board it can do 35bps!! that's flipping fast. The magnetic lid makes it a breeze to load/reload. It's great because when you open the lid it flops open like nothing and when you close it you can hear it close it has a very distinct nosie so you know it's not going to open and spill all your paint across the fild as your running and diving towards the snake. There is one problem I have with it. This is my first force hopper I have only used gravity hoppers before I got this one. So I was talking to the guy who sold me this (BADLANDS PAINTBALL) awsome store recommend it very helpful. I asked the guy what do I need to know to keep my halo working right. He says basicaly nothing except for you have to lubericate the drive belt or it will get dry and chopp paint. He recomenned to use a very light drop of DOW 33 he said DOW 33 is awsome and lasts a very long time. So I said ok. I got home tryed out my new ETEK EGO,Halo with rip drive/victory board and pure energy 68/4500 tank. It worked great but from some reason my gun chopped the last ball. I thought it was the hoppers fault.So I remebered what the guy had said about the belt drive having to by lubericated so I got the manual that came with it and it didn't really say anything about how to take the halo apart.And I don't want to do anything wrong to hurt the proformance of my halo. So I called the guy he said it chopped because the ball was the last one so it had room to move so it bounced and wasn't all the way in and chopped but all guns do this when your ripping at crazt fast speeds.
Conclusion: so after all that I would definitely recommend this hopper to anyone it awsome go buy it
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, June 5th, 2007 at 9:02 pm PST
 

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