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justavillain Sunday, January 20th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Empire B1
Halo B
Cheetah Halo
VLocity Sr
VLocity Jr
Marker Setup: PM8
J&J Edge Kit
Virtue UL board
CP On/off
CP Sling Blade Trigger
Villain Stage 3 Reloader B2
Strengths: Fast
Weaknesses: Shells
Review: Recommended Upgrades - Magna Clutch kit, Hybrid or Powerlite Shells, Long antijam spring

Starting by saying that I've used a B2 for almost a year now, I had a B1 for about 4 years but the board finally broke. Replaced it with a B2 board and am never going back. The only thing you should do is add the Magna Clutch Kit


Fast - 6 speed settings nother else is needed for speed, the B2 on speed 4 feeds about 20 BPS nothing more is needed.

Reliable - if it doesn't work 100% of the time bump the sound up 1. If you ever have a problem replace the batteries.

Adjustability - with 6 speed settings, 6 sound settings and 2 stack settings can't ask for anything more


Shells - the stock shells are pretty solid but I like the powerlyte shells MUCH more.
Conclusion: Fast, reliable loader that you'll love.

8 out of 10 it'd get a solid 9.5 if it had hybrid style shells and a clutch kit stock
8 out of 10

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