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bvdave Sunday, January 24th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
2 years1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
tippmann cyclone stock and fully upped with all internal upgrades and soft paddles
Marker Setup: BT TM-7 with Rip Clip, Flasc barrel kit, 1 point bungee sling and BT delta furniture and swivel sling mount + pps secondary regulator
Strengths: Fast, easy on paint, no upgrades needed.
Weaknesses: Made for blowback markers
Review: I have been using the rip clip for several years now, first on a BT-4 Delta Elite, then on a TM-7 for a little over a year now. I have also used one on a Tippmann A-5 for a few cases of paint.

the BT Rip Clip is a fantastic loader, it gives you the profile on a cyclone without the problems attributed to the cyclone, it feeds 20+ bps out of the box, no upgrades needed, it is very gentle on paint and I have never broken a single ball in my rip clip, not many cyclone users can say that, in fact I dont know of anyone who has ever had a problem with ball breaks in a rip clip personally or that ive heard of. they are fantastic loaders, generally battery efficent and quite fast.

the rip clip is also a great looking loader, it gives you a side feed profile and a lower profile then the balloon style hoppers and it accepts any loaders that fit on the cyclone, so Tac caps x7 LP loader 450 round loaders, if it fits the cyclone, it fits the rip clip.

since it is designed for blowback markers it has a bit of trouble with markers such as teh TM-7 or tm-15, its not the RC's fualt since they did not exist when it was created and it was designed for a specific purpose, however a simple microphone upgrade fixes all your problems, and its the only upgrade anyone will ever need and at less then half the cost of the cheepest TechT upgrade for any cyclone systems.
Conclusion: Fantastic loader, for BT-4, Tippmann 98, Tippmann A-5, BT TM-7 or TM-5 you just cant go wrong.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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