Reloader B, i didn't like it as it put too much pressure on the ball stack and my bolt would slice the next ball in line, dropping a sliced ball into the chamber
Tac-One with ULT and Flatline 1100 PSI air reg
Easy to use
It just plain works
Spins constanly when out of paint instead of stopping.
Windows kinda suck.
This loader just plain works. Push one button to turn on and that's it. No programming, no modes, and none needed.
It is fast. When I first got it I loaded it several times full of paint just to turn it on and watch it spit it out super quick. Kinda reminded me of a Q-loader and how fast it can empty it's paintballs. No gun I have seen would outshoot this hopper.
I use this on my AGD Tac One and it sits nice and tight and is well balanced.
I got the camo olive one and it looks good. It seems to be mad of very strong materials and has stood up to my playing thus far.
It isn't very loud when you're playing and it's working, but when it empties it goes into a constant spin mode that is loud and kinda annoying. Just don't let it empty all the way, reload before you run out to avoid this.
The windows are hard to see thru. I don't care, but some people might.
I actually put a full 200 rounds in this hopper, measured with stock 10 sticks as I went. I had it mounted on my gun and turned the loader on to make a bit more room around 190 count, then shoved the last 10 in before closing the lid, but 200 is 200 as advertised.
It only takes 3 AA batteries and that is cheaper than having to buy 9 volts.
It is super easy to take apart, though I don't find myself having to do this too often. Super easy to clean out the internal working parts if you need to.
I have never had my gun work so smoothly, as in such a steady stream of paint, till I used this hopper.
I love this loader. It looks good, feels good on my gun, and WORKS GREAT!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, September 3rd, 2010 at 2:45 am PST