The first day i got my pulse i was ecstatic,i thought it was going to be a great loader. I played with it one time and it was rippin. I decided to go and put the RF chip in the gun but i think my local gun tech screwed it up and so I had to play with the eyes off. It wasn't really that bad because the hopper kept up with it. I think when he put it on it messed up the solenoid board.I was riding in the car and i popped the lid on the loader. a few minutes later the hopper fell off my gun. I looked at my feet and there the loader sat without a neck.
This hopper is great until it breaks and becomes a paperweight.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, February 13th, 2007 at 3:15 pm PST
This might have happend becasue it was a defect or maybe something you or someon else did to it with out knowing. The pulse is very strong infact they did a test and some guy hammered a nial into a peice to plie wood and te nail brok but the loader was fine
did your feed neck on the pulse break? Because the feed neck on my pulse broke when i did not even do any thing to make it break and the feild that I play at , most of the people who have a pulse said that their feed necks are breaking to.
try getting it fixed. They have an address to send it to. As far as the feedneck cracking or breaking-all loaders do. At least everyone of mine has over time. Thats just the way it is until they make them aluminum.
Last edited on Tuesday, November 27th, 2007 at 7:19 pm PST
Well, this was an interesting comment to read, BUT the pulse has the thickest shell out of any hopper on the market. It sounds unlikely that the neck would break after one days use. I suggest you get a new pulse, but first read the manual and then try not to drop it. And talk to the the guy at your local shop, cuz he sounds like an idiot. Make sure that you only use the pulse synchronized to your marker with eyes OFF.
Dispute: ranking a loader low because of something his airsmith did is wrong. It has nothing to do with the loaders traits. Actually the whole post said nothing for or really against the loader. It only talked of what happened to him when he had this loader and how he felt with his loader.