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illman17 Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Invert mini w/virtue board
halo B w/ rip drive & warrior speed feed
68/4500 crossfire LP tank
Strengths: If your hopper dies in the middle of a game you can keep playing
Weaknesses: Installation is nerve wracking and you have to be careful
Review: i got one of these free with my halo b and the first time i used it it actually came in handy. i was using dark paint and i guess the halo eyes were having trouble reading the ball so it kept reading a malfunction. so rather than go home i turned the hopper off and used the rip drive for a full day of paintball. def would have preferred a working hopper but beggers can't be choosers

the only problem is the installation which isn't easy unless you have a lot of time on your hands or your a real techie at this stuff. it took me almost 2 hours to get it installed but i saved ten bucks at the pro shop for installation so im putting it in the win column
my biggest complaint is that u have to deal with E-clips which should frankly be hunted down one by one and cast into the fiery pits of hell.
Conclusion: E-clips suck a$$
10 out of 10

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