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EphinBoi Monday, April 28th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Vlocity - Feeds slower and has a bigger profile
Halo B - Heavier
Pulse - heavier has bigger profile
Marker Setup: Superman Invert Mini
NDZ v2 Bolt, Spring Kit
NDZ Feedneck
NDZ Back Cap
NDZ Detents
Torque Loader
68/45 PE Tank
Strengths: Check review
Weaknesses: Check review
Review: The Torque made by HardCorps. is a very good loader. It is very durable, easy to clean, has a low profile, screw-less, light and very fast.

There are two types of Torque loaders. The standard 150motor Torque with the standard shells, and the 440motor Torque with the Loudmouth shells. The difference between these two types is that the 440 can hold 180 balls and has a wider mouth, the standard can hold 160 and has a smaller mouth. The 440motor loads slightly faster than the 150motor but not by a lot. 440motor Torque is $109USD, $125CAD. 150motor Torque is $65USD, $74CAD

What I mean by "screw-less" is that there are no screws at all on the loader. To take it apart, just simply push in 2 tabs inside the loader and pull the shells apart. The first couple times will be tough due to the tabs being firm.

The Torque's weaknesses are basically only on the standard 150motor Torque. Such as, small mouth and can't hold a lot of balls. This weakness can be removed by upgrading to a 440motor Torque.

The Torque loader is good for any player no matter how experienced you are. I recommend this loader to every speedball player. People who play Woodsball probably wont need a loader like this but there is nothing wrong with having one if you want one.
Conclusion: GET THIS LOADER!! It will never let you down!
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, April 28th, 2008 at 1:07 am PST

Review Comments
Iram Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008 | 3:04 am PST
Why to you not recommend this for woodsball?

EDIT: For context, my HALO motor is wearing out, the shell is all scratched up, and I'm looking for a replacement. I play woodsball about 80% of the time.
Last edited on Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008 at 3:18 am PST

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