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DemiShred Monday, February 22nd, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Cyclone Feeder
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98C Pro A.C.T.
Scepter Barrel kit
BT Rip Clip
5 position collapsible stock
Strengths: Fast
Fit's Cyclone style hoppers
Sound Activated
HALO System
Weaknesses: Battery life not as good as other loaders (Who cares)
Review: The BT Rip Clip is a great Loader. I has 3 loading speeds, easy to mount, and easy to operate. It can load 20+ bps and keeps up with my E-Trigger on my Tippmann 98c. The most I've tried to fire so far is 22bps and the Rip Clip was amazing. I never had a chop or a mis-fire. I would take the Rip Clip over th Cyclone feeder any day. It's very easy on the balls and has an easy access rip drive. It gets about 8000 rounds per battery life. Not a problem though, it takes 4 AA batteries, so run down to Wal-Mart and get some rechargeables and you'll be all set. The other nice thing is that you can put any Cyclone style hopper on it. That makes it very nice depending on your personal preference.
Conclusion: I would highly recommend this product to anyone. it's good for any style of play in my opinion. It may stick out too far for some speed ballers, but they have angled hopper adaptors to fix that. Def a great purchase, you won't be disappointed.
10 out of 10

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