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pbfreak555 Friday, February 16th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Ricochet Apache, Empire Reloader II, evo 2 with z board
Marker Setup: ion pro
cp flame drop forward
cp asa on/off
q lock feed neck
12" two piece all american barrel
cp roller trigger
kila magnetic detents
smart parts firebolt
new designz qev
virtue board
DXS pulse loader
68 cu pure energy tank with cp nipple and dye cover
Strengths: Extremely fast
Cool design
Nearly indestructible
Consistent feed
Easy to disassemble and clean
Weaknesses: Weight
Takes 6 AA batteries
Lid
Price
Review: I got my Pulse loader because my empire Reloader II couldn't keep up that well with my virtue ion. When I took it out of the box i felt its shell and how tuff it was. I dropped it on the cement and I have jumped up and down on top of it and it didn't even crack. I was amazed by this.

When I put the batteries in I noticed the weight right away. It takes 6 AA batteries. This doesn't really bother me but it's just a notice. It's front heavy because the batteries go in the front. So make sure you stock up on AA batteries if you plan on keeping it around. The battery compartment is held in by a screw. Inside is a battery wire and pack for you to place you batteries in.

When I put the loader on my gun it looked very nice. It sits very low on it. The lid is kind of a pain to open and close. After you work it in for awhile and lube it, it wont be as bad as it was. To turn it on hold the button on the back down until you see a green light come on (this is for rf mode) Press the button again to see a red light. With balls in the loader you will hear the continuous pulse.

Since iv'e had the loader I haven't broke a single ball in my gun or barrel. It is extremely fast and consistent and it never jams up.

This loader is very simple to clean and take apart. There is a button on the bottom of the hopper on each side that you push in. When you push both buttons in pull the back part out. You can then easily clean the inside of the loader without taking the whole thing apart. When you're done just push right back in.

I personally don't have an rf chip but iv'e tested it in a pb shop and it basically talks to your gun creating better consistency. There is a great difference once you get to ramping.

The price is $150 so it is expensive but it's well worth the money.
Conclusion: If you're looking for a very fast and consistent hopper then get the pulse. It is the best hopper iv'e ever had and I will never get rid of it.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
IronCorps Friday, February 16th, 2007 | 2:49 pm PST
You know this hopper is still lighter than the halo/reloader b.
   

splatmaster man Wednesday, February 28th, 2007 | 11:17 am PST
you dropped and jumped on a loader that you just paid a 150 dollars for. I belive not any hopper would break unless you only weigh 2 pounds

my batteries last 10 plus cases. try using duracell
   

pbfreak555 Wednesday, February 28th, 2007 | 10:12 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by splatmaster man
you dropped and jumped on a loader that you just paid a 150 dollars for. I belive not any hopper would break unless you only weigh 2 pounds

my batteries last 10 plus cases. try using duracell


You calling me a liar? Obviously you don't have a pulse or have never expirienced it because you don't know what you're talking about. It's one of the strongest shells ever made. I also never said it ate a lot of batteries. All i said was that you should stock up.
   

redracer Monday, March 5th, 2007 | 1:34 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by splatmaster man
you dropped and jumped on a loader that you just paid a 150 dollars for. I belive not any hopper would break unless you only weigh 2 pounds

my batteries last 10 plus cases. try using duracell


Pbfreak555 is right. you can drop them throw them and even play football with them. i know this because i have done all of these things with them
   

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