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Drewbie Saturday, July 10th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Standard "shake & shoot" $5 hoppers.
The air-powered thing on an A5... can't remember the name.
Marker Setup: Azodin Kaos
Pure Energy 70ci 4500psi carbon tank
Psiworx Pro3 Remote
Tippman SSL0-200 Loader
Strengths: Price
Easy to use
O-Rings for feedneck grip
Weight
Weaknesses: Doesn't shoot for me and make me amazing?
Review: I've shot a few thousand balls with this hopper on my Azodin Kaos and I have ZERO complaints. It's not noisy at all and only activates when a ball leaves the port. That means you shot one and that's a thousand times louder than the little .3s whirr.

The best things about this are the low price ($45 CAD), the ease of use, slim profile, and low weight.

I really like the fact that this has o-rings on the barrel attachment area as I can tighten it down on my Azodin Kaos and never fear the hopper coming off as some have reported. I'm pretty confident that the o-rings make the difference.

It might be a little difficult to clean if you break a ball in it, but that's never happened so I can't speak to that. I have seen my buddy break balls in his A5 air-powered loader (hehe).
Never had any jams or mis-feeds and I do tend to hold my gun & hopper on 20-30 degree angles while shooting through brush.

Disclaimer: Only used Marballizer and XO Industries (purple and green) paint with this.
Conclusion: If you've got a mechanical marker you probably can't pull the trigger fast enough to make any of the more expensive (and heavier) loaders worth it. This thing works perfectly, is simple to use, is quiet, and has a fairly low profile that holds 200+ balls.
Just buy it and you'll wonder how how you ever played with the "shake and shoot" gravity fed loaders. :)
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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