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outoftowner Friday, November 14th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
-Gravity feed hopper
-friends ricochet LCD
-brief use of reloader II
Marker Setup: -BT-4 Delta Elite
-E grip
-Rip clip

Strengths: -Speeds
-sound operated
-easy to un-jam
Weaknesses: -Stock hopper is kinda bulky, will be fixed with x7 low profile
Review: Ok I aint going to have one of those novel-type reviews so i'll cover the bases in the shortest manner.

Upon first arrival I noticed how easy it is to just reach the mount across the upper rail and pull the hopper across, tighten the two screws finger tight and your good to go. The thing is easy to turn on, no button holding just press and go. Well you do have to pre-load it via the wheel on the bottom but that takes as long as pouring a pod in. The thing has 3 modes, slow, fast, and fastest. Most mechanical guys can keep it on slow but I just have mine sent on fastest since I don't really notice major power drain from that.

The thing jammed on me once, I was unscrewing my barrel and reaching into my chamber (but not looking, I aint that stupid) trying to figure out the problem, take the wheel on the bottom and quarter turn it back and bam back in action.
Conclusion: I would extremely highly outrageously recommend this hopper to any BT-4 or M98 owner, for m98 owners I think electric is a way better option than cyclone upgrade, no breakage yet, plus cheaper and sleeker.
10 out of 10

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