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that_guy Friday, August 24th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Halo TSA(didn't like the design)
Halo B/Rip Drive V35(amazing speed, great loader)
Reloader B(great loader)
Revvy(haha, no complarison)
Marker Setup: Rex R3
Empire Reloader B2
Evil Driver
CF 68/3000
Strengths: Fast
Easy to take apart
Weaknesses: Ball capacity isn't amazing, but with my Evil Ultra pak it's no concern
Review: This loader is simply amazing. I was originally going to get a Halo B with a Victory or Angry board after using a friends V35 at my home field, but after using the owner's Reloader B, I changed my mind. After deciding that with the issue that the Halo has with the eyes and dark paint, seeing as how I use a variety of paint depending on how much I want to spend, I didn't want a loader that is "biased" so to speak. When I used both of the loaders I chopped, but that was my stupid fault for not turning on the eyes. My gun has 3 eye settings, the "On" setting works for the Halo, but the "Auto" setting works better for the Reloader B. After running through a hopper at the chrono shooting as fast as I could, both of them worked great. The Halo worked wonders with my usual paint as did the Reloader B. After searching ebay, I found a new Reloader B2 for $130. That was the push I needed to grab the B2. So I get it this morning and after looking at the manual and figuring out exactly how to work the settings, I started changing them up and syncing it with my gun. I had an issue with the loader not wanting to work properly because I was running low on air in my 68/3000, so my gun wasn't as loud as usual. After cranking up the mic to 6, that made the difference. With the little air I had left I sprayed the empty land behind we with a solid rope of paint that lasted only about 3 seconds, no air really sucks when you are this excited. I am heading to the field on Sunday to do my real review, and I will update this afterwards.

EDIT: Ok I just got back form the field and this thing is simply amazing. Speed, consistancy, and did I mention speed?
Conclusion: Get it, you won't regret that move. However like everyone else says, if you have a Reloader B, I personally don't see a need to upgrade. However if you are in the market for a new loader, you would be an idiot to not at least give this a chance.
9 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, September 25th, 2007 at 12:28 pm PST

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