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nerdcore Tuesday, January 9th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Only used the stock Halo backplate, which is a simple piece of plastic... on which the button was cracking.
Marker Setup: Gen-E Matrix LCD
Freak Jr kit
TMC Eyes
Tadao 1.1 w/ M3 chip
Kila Reaction detents
AKA Sidewinder
AKA SCM III
Aardvark Tenticle w/ Lucky trigger pin
SP Q-Lock
CP Rail
CP 2k5 on/off
Halo B - rip, ghetto speedfeed, Hybrid backplate
Crossfire 68/45k
Strengths: Looks cool.
Um, that's it?
Weaknesses: Button is hard to push.
Purely cosmetic.
Review: The button on my stock plate, as i stated, was cracking. Pretty soon it was going to be more of a hole than a button & i don't want any unecessary holes on my hopper. So instead of buying another stock plate, i snatched up one of these new Hybrid backplates.

The Hybrid backplate 90% looks & 10% function, that function being it's definitely more durable than the stock plate. It's got a thin metal frame coated in rubber, which is the part that slides into the slots on the hopper shells & the rubbery plate itself is at least 2-3 times thicker than the stock one. Combine that with the etched graphics and you've got one hot backplate... that only you'll see most of the time.

The only downside is the button is a little harder to push. Because of the thickness of the plate and the way the button on it is designed, you have to really push it in there to make contact with the board's button. Although now that i think about it, you could probably stick something small behind the plate's button to fix that problem.
Conclusion: Eventually, if you own a Halo/Reloader B long enough, you're going to wear out the backplate. And after Froogling stock backplates (thank me later), it turns out you can get the Hybrid ones for the same price, if not cheaper! We'll never need stock plates again!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
vendetta333666 Tuesday, June 5th, 2007 | 6:52 pm PST
dude, i love your "getto" speed feed what kind is it and can, and where can i get one?
   

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