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josh03193 Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Empire reloader B, Extreme rage 9v
Marker Setup: Spyder Imagine: Dye Boomstick
VL force
Dye mask
proto 07' jersey
smart parts fighter pants
Strengths: Fast, Reliable, cheap, easy use, durable, no broken paint.
Weaknesses: Won't keep up with electronic markers 16 bps, with short feedneck, a good gun
Review: I bought this hopper on a typical day to the sports store, I found that a new hopper has come out and it was 30 bucks for an 18 bps speed hopper. There was no doubt that I would pass up this oppertunity, so I went and bought it without even hesitating (considering I only had an imagine). I opened it up right away and was amazed by the 3/3 short paddle rubber design, I had to test it out so I went to the back yard and had no problems with it, I shot as fast as I possibly could and not one jam.
I'd recommend this hopper to anyone with a gun that shoots 13 bps or less, so a begginer gun.
Conclusion: This product is perfect for anyone who isn't too serious about the game, or looking for the fastest, cheap, hopper.
Rating:
7 out of 10
 

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