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Gppie Friday, May 7th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
2 years
Products Used:
Evolution 2 hopper (old and used)
Marker Setup: 2009 Proto Slg
2 piece custom products barrel
custom products locking feedneck
Strengths: Good if you like your marker back heavy
Cheap! $60
23 bps
Weaknesses: Bad if you dont like your marker back heavy
Paddles can break
Loud dry feeding
Review: The Viewloader Evolution 3 is the first brand new electic hopper i have bought. I was given an old evolution 2 for my first hopper so i decided to upgrade and I am pleased with what I got. The loader feeds fast enough for anyone that plays any aspect of paintball. although it does keep some weight on the back of the marker i kinda like it that way but if you dont know about that try it before you buy it. A couple bad things about this hopper is that the plastic paddles break and after a year of use one has broken and as a result it jams once in a while ( nothin you cant fix with tape!) and that kinda sucks. Another thing is that the sound it makes is annoying but does that really matter? Other than that its Great! Oh its also only 60 bucks and cheaper anywhere you look.
Conclusion: Buy for what you get out of the price but make sure you try or are used to your marker being heavy in the back.
9 out of 10

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