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bbboy657 Friday, April 11th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
quantum (alot worse)
evlution 2
Marker Setup: 1. WGP prostock '04, eVLution 2, 48ci 3000psi pure energy tank.

2. Tippmann Custom Pro with R/T, Viewloader Forceloader, '16 CP barrel, 20oz pure energy tank

Strengths: 18 B.P.S.!!!!
Soft impeller
Low battery indicator
Good capacity
Weaknesses: Keeps nunning
Kind of big
Review: Ok, this came with a gun i bought on ebay with a non-removable feedneck, the hopper wouldnt fit in the gun, so swapped it for my eggy 2. Now, i have this on my tippmann. Now, i know i said it was cheap, and it came with the gun, but for the suggested price of 30, thats a decent cheap price for this hopper.

I did a drop test of this hopper, and it indeed does 18 B.P.S. Although it cant keep-up with my evlution, it is more then fast enough for my tippmann with the R/T. I had some really old thin shelled paint, and this hopper didnt break a single one, so thumbs up to the soft impeller. I guess the only weakness is that it keeps running which becomes annoying, but its pretty simple to just turn it off. Also, this is kind of chunky meaning you might risk getting more hopper hits. But aslong as you know how to snap-shoot properly, this wont be much of a problem.
Conclusion: This is great for low-end electronic guns, high-end mechanical (not talking about tippmann), and maybe even some high-end electronic markers if you are on a budget.
9 out of 10

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