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IronCorps Saturday, June 7th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Reloader B, Halo B, Evlution 2, Revy, Reloader II.
Marker Setup: Generation 1 Diablo Wrath, 50/3k, teflon bolt, delrin pull pin, delrin ram, fbm original trigger, shocktech #1 drop, shocktech on/off, proto 1 piece, LTD feedneck, Tboard.
Strengths: High ball cap
Soft paddles
Improved battery door setup
Weaknesses: Still has a flimsy lid.
Review: After a considerable amount of tinkering, and a whole day's worth of play, here's the review. Viewloader is advetising this loader at 23bps at free fall. Based on my experience with my tricked wrath, i'm getting a solid 15bps consistently, and 18bps on peak. I used my PSP ramp mode today, rated at 15bps, and the egg3 kept my wrath satisfied. My wrath has a very small amount of air that puffs upward (not enough to affect the ROF significantly), so i wasent able to get past 17bps for any particular long period of shooting.

The new battery setup is pretty solid. There is a failsafe locking system at the back of the device to keep the door shut (thus closed). The paddles are still soft, i didn't get any broken paint. The one good thing about using a non-pressure feed loader is the fact you wont get a blender if things go wrong.

My wrath is a pretty fast marker, and the egg3 kept it fed all day today without any issues.
Conclusion: A big improvement over the egg2. I would recommend for any and all recballers, or players not wanting to buy a paint blender. For the tournament scene, since most of the speeds for markers are coming down, this is a great option. The higher ball cap over the halo's means you might be able to get out and bunker the halo user while he reloads.

Food for thought, hope this review helps you in your search for your next loader.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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