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Bruce Cook Monday, December 24th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Reloader b, halo b, pulse. Obsolete compared to the magna.
Marker Setup: alias with almost $1000 worth of ups, too long to list here
Strengths: Fast, consistant, very gentle on paint, great ball capacity, nose doesnt stick out like others.
Weaknesses: None.
Review: This is prob my fav loader, well next to my pulse anyways. Only reason is my pulse has served me well for several months now. This magna is prob the best loader tech to ever hit the market. It offers out the gate speed similair to the pulse and vlocity, since it seems to stay woulnd up all the way. Then there is its being gentle on paint factor. Thats my biggest concern in a loader is if it will cause my marker to have mad ball breakage. I have put prob a case and half just in testing this loader and none of the 4 markers I tried it on ever had any ball breakage. I even did a hellfire in freezer test to see how gentle it was on brittle paint. No chops.

I play back in xball, and its high capacity is a dream come true. I can burn my lanes for a much longer period of time since it holds about 40 balls more than my pulse and reloader b.. Another factor about it is the nose. It doesnt stick out on the front of the marker, and is less likely to take a hit when I am trying to tuck in the bunker. There really isnt nothing I have to complain about. I dont really have nothing agianst its shape as it helps the user from getting hit on the nose. As for the batt door, I have never had a batt door explode from a hit, so I dont care for it being in the back.
Conclusion: If you got the money, and need a fast consistant loader that is hella gentle on paint, get the Empire Magna.
10 out of 10

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