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wowomatic Thursday, March 1st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
VL 200, 10 rnd feed
Marker Setup: Spyder Sport w/ 14" generic barrel, 20oz Pure Energy tank, 200rd VL hopper, Daisy Electronic Dot Sight,
Strengths: Cheap, small and hard to hit, can be used as tube
Weaknesses: Small, poor quality material, jamming
Review: I originally used this hopper with a Brasseagle Talon, then tryed it on my Spyder. On the Talon, it offered more shots than a stock tube, but ruined the stealthy low-profile of the gun. On the spyder, it jammed frequently and caused breakage of paint at only 3bps. One of the good features was that it had a small plug for the bottom, allowing you to carry 50 rnds of paint off your gun. What BE needs to do is make the hopper stronger. I dropped on the floor while it had paint in it and it broke open. BE should make a system where these hoppers are used like podsand then inserted into a special feedneck. Instead of reloading a hopper, you take one off and put another on.
Conclusion: You probably don't want to buy this unless you want to save paint or train for "one hit kills".
Rating:
5 out of 10
 

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