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madmarc90 Monday, March 26th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
1 year
Products Used:
200 round extreme rage
halo B
Marker Setup: Smart Part epiphany
Halo B/ brass eagle (depending on what i feel like)
Freak Jr. w/ inserts
68/4500 Carbon Fiber tank (Pure Energy)
Strengths: Small, hard to hit
Weaknesses: Does not feed consistently
Review: After using my epiphany and spyder pilot, i found that the most place i was being hit, other than in my neck, was in my hopper. Also, i was going broke on spending paint. Then my friends were laughing about this hopper they had seen, and it turned out that for me, it was great (the brass eagle). Now, as long as i know that we are not playing a speed ball game, i just take my halo off, and pop on this guy, and I haven't been hit in the hopper yet. A ball hit it once, but because of the thin plastic, it just bounced off, so i kept on playing. Also, after playing with the halo for a few hours, taking it off, and putting this super light hopper on has me running and bunkering just like when i first get there
Conclusion: This hopper is nice, but if you use it on a speedball marker like me, get ready to get some weird looks from other guys.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, March 26th, 2007 at 12:56 pm PST

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