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Sudsy__ Saturday, December 29th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Vlocity, Evo 3, Revvy
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion/Shocker
Crossfire 4500psi 45ci tank
Evil Pipe 16'
Viewloader Velocity
Strengths: Cheap, very fast, high capacity.
Weaknesses: Eats batteries.
Review: Call me crazy, but I actually prefer this hopper over the more expensive Vlocity. This little underdog hopper is of amazing quality. It is a tad slower than a Vlocity or Evo 3, but should have no problem keeping up with a Shocker or Karnivor (in my experience). It holds slightly less than a Vlocity, but I can reload pretty fast, so that's no problem for me. The Vlocity has 8 different power settings, but who would really need to switch from the highest setting in the middle of a game? I personally like the simplicity and lightweight design of the Vlocity Jr. However, I usually can only fire 2 cases before having to change the batteries.
Conclusion: This is a great, (relatively) inexpensive hopper for a serious or beginning tourney player. It's lightweight, high capacity design and overall simplicity makes for an excellent hopper.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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