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p-baller100 Saturday, July 28th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months4 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
revolution
gravity
halo tsa
Quantum
reloader b
halo b
vlocity
Marker Setup: Ion
Virtue on/off
Tech-T L7 bolt
Redz 14" barrel with .689 back
Virtue eyes
Dye membrane pad
Scenario Dreams T- board
CP twist lock feed neck
Evil Detonator regulator
Qev
ndz autococker breach
lucky stage 2
Draxxus Pulse Loader
48/3000 tank with assault regulator and unique tank cover
cup of love every day
Strengths: Strong
fast
easy to clean
looks
can be synced
short feedneck
Weaknesses: Expensive but i got mine for christmas
bit bulky
Review: Ok first off dont listen to those guys who are like the neck breaks and its fragile and stuff. this loader is very very tuff. i have taken numerous shots to the hopper. i have accidently stepped on it (140 pounds) the neck doesnt break off. they must of really over tightened it and loaded it with lead. i bet some of those people have never even owned a pulse. they are just mad because it beats there quatums. and if some of them actually did break it then if they are really playing that rough they shouldnt be playing paintball. youd have to shoot the thing to break it. anyway this is a great loader. it is hard to take out the electronics at first to clean it but you have to hit the top of the hopper while holding the buttons. it does take a while. its annoying but after once or twice its fine.it feeds very fast. i have heard various rumors about it doing 38 bps or 28. i dont know if this is true but i know it does 30 cause thats how fast i have turned my gun up to with the eyes off. i used it for a while before i got it synced and it always worried me that the batteries would wear down from pulsing. well they lasted a very long time so dont worry about that. i get great efficiency with it synced. it is a little bigger i believe to a halo b. i have not put them side to side but it seems a little bigger not to bad though. wieght is about the same s any other. the neck is very short keeping it low to the gun. a great hopper.
Conclusion: There is no way to break this thing dont listen to the others.if you got the dough go ahead and buy it. you wont be disepointed. i have had many people ask me quistions about it like "wow a pulse how good is it." i get several complements. very very nice. i could add more but i dont want to make it to long. a ten for a really great hopper. may be an a little higher than it should be since no loader is perfect yet but the rating really needs to go up. feel free to ask quistions and remember to rate my review!!!(i get wait to get crap from those people who says the puls sucks and breaks.)
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Andrew128900 Sunday, July 29th, 2007 | 12:02 am PST
Trust me, snapping your feedneck doesn't mean you're playing to rough. Usually it means you dived wrong.
   

p-baller100 Sunday, July 29th, 2007 | 5:30 pm PST
yeah it might be. i just hope it doesnt. but if it ever does im gonna get it replaced and get a reloader b2. but it is a strong hopper so i wouldnt blame it its more of a user fault so im not gonna lower the rating any.
   

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