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themccannman Monday, September 29th, 2008
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
6 months3 of 8 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
v35 halo b
Marker Setup: -primary-
red/black dye dmc
virtue board
magnetic trigger kit
v35 halo B
invert 56/4500 air tank
ccm on/off asa
-back up-
proto slg
evlution 3
bob long barrel kit
cp calmping feedneck(until my hopper destroyed it)
Strengths: Keeps up with most markers
replaceable feedneck
Weaknesses: Heavy
Annoying feed door
All weight is in back
See review!
Review: This is a very good hopper and it feeds at a good 23 bps which puts it up there with halos and vlocities. It is slightly heavier than i would like and the weight is all on the back, not balanced. This hopper will easily keep up with most markers but the feed door is a funny shape so its hard to load it completely without assistance. This is a an amazing hopper for the price and the battery life is good, you can shoot about 10 cases of paint or more with 2 batteries.

UPDATE 10/26/08-
This hopper has shown to be extremely annoying, viewloader please don't give yourself a bad name by making your products retarded. The feed door on this hopper is annoying as hell, you can't load more than 180 balls beacause of the shape of the feed door, the speed wheel on the side does nothing, because all of the weight in the hopper is in the back it is incredibly hard to clamp it hard enpugh to keep it from spinning around on your gun. I had a cp clamping feed neck that was good untill i took a dive into the snake in a game and the weight in the back of the hopper all went forward and ripped my feedneck wide open and it is now unusable. thanks to the idiotic design of the feed neck on this hopper i now have to go and buy a new hopper and feedneck.
UPDATE 11/13/08-
This hopper is crap. After decimating my feedneck the feed door now broke, don't waste $60 on this piece of junk, buy something else, this hopper just breaks it's self and other things.
Conclusion: don't waste your money. Annoying feed door and it puts huge stress on your feedneck, not good for diving at all,if you want a good hopper keep looking unless you have 3 or 4 extra feed necks in your bag and lots of duct tape.
2 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, November 13th, 2008 at 9:55 pm PST

Review Comments
justin_kenney68 Sunday, November 23rd, 2008 | 4:27 pm PST
dont tighten your cp feedneck so much...its just plasic, it will break

naterab Monday, March 30th, 2009 | 3:46 pm PST
First off, this loader is heavy? Are you kidding me? Reloader B's are twice as heavy. I don't know why you've been having problems fitting more than 180, but I've got right up to the advertised 195. I will admit the feed door takes a little bit of a learning curve, but after learning to use it, it's much more effective than the traditional feed doors. Also, the statement that the feed door puts pressure on the feedneck, are you high? How could that possibly put pressure on the feedneck? Answer; it can't. What weakened the feedneck was you tightening your gun's feedneck too much.

Bad_Company1 Thursday, May 28th, 2009 | 4:05 pm PST
Maby its your feed neck that's crap....

KBug Wednesday, January 20th, 2010 | 4:03 pm PST
I do not think that the hopper is heavy at all and the feed neck is plenty strong enough.

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