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pbBrett308 Thursday, June 21st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Halo TSA
Halo B w/o Rip Drive
Various grav fed hoppers
Marker Setup: Spyder 06' Electra (soon to be DP Fusion)
Halo B hopper w/ Rip Drive
J&J Perfomance 16'' Ceramic Barrel
Speed feed for Halo B
Strengths: EXTREMELY fast. Balanced weight. Pretty quiet. DURABLE. Helpful customer service.
Weaknesses: Heavy and bulky. Feedneck is oversized BUT DON'T sand it down.
Review: Overall this hopper is great. I've had it for a little less than a month and am very satisfied with this hopper. I was wavering between this and the Evlution 3 and after using my friends Halo decided on this. I would recomend the Halo for guns capable of over 20+ bps.
which is pretty much every elecric gun on the market. Buy this hopper and you will be very satisfied.
-Durable poly cabonite shell won't break on hard landings.
-Halo can keep up with almost any gun
-Upgradable softwear for Z code or V35 boards (although Halos made after August 2001 come w/ Z code.)
-Rip drive and speed feed are must haves and are great help on the field.

DO NOT SAND DOWN FEEDNECK. It was made that way for a reason!!! If you're putting this much money into a hopper BUY A CLAMPING FEEDNECK!!!
Conclusion: This hopper is great and reliable. A bit on the heavy side this hopper will add some weight to even the lightest marker. A+++ BUY IT!!!

(I gave it a 9 because of the weight NOT because of performance.)
9 out of 10

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