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mediccop1224 Sunday, March 25th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
The crappy Viewloader electronic hopper that comes with all of its crappy guns.
Marker Setup: Spyder TL-X
18" Trinity Sniper Barrel
Trinity 2007 Model Collapsing Stock
Delrin Bolt
Check It Products Aluminum Feed Neck
PMI Remote Line Setup
High Velocity Spring Kit
Custom Black Accent Paint
PMI 4+1 Harness
Strengths: Great look. Decreased profile. Top loading. Pretty good capacity. Price.
Weaknesses: Doesn't feed well when fully filled.
Review: The hopper itself is a bargain. I have yet to see a better gravity feed hopper that looks as good as the G2K. The way it lowers your profile both in height and width is great. I have actually had balls ricochet off of it and away from me, which is awesome! It doesn't work every time, but the majority of hopper hits that I have had did deflect away at least a little. The major problem is that when it is filled all the way, the balls don't feed very well, and you spend alot of time shaking it. Not only is this time consuming, it is destracting and loud for all of us woodsballers. The only other complaint is that when it does deflect a ball, if you are looking down your barrel to aim (like you should be), the ball deflects off of the hopper and directly into your facemask or helmet, which is ten times more difficult to clean than the hopper.
Conclusion: Overall, I am greatly satisfied with the hopper for both style, usage, and price issues. I would recommend it to anyone who wants that decreased profile with a sweet, aggressive look, and also practicality.
8 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, March 25th, 2007 at 9:37 pm PST

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