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SDdave88 Friday, November 12th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Halo B/ Reloader B
Inver Halo too
Marker Setup: ICD Bonebrake b2k4, T2 Fully upped

PMR 2007
Strengths: -Fast
-Easy to program
-No tool field stripping
-Customiazable
Weaknesses: Not many besides maybe a wider than average feedneck
Review: I bought my Empire Prophecy about 3 months ago. Suprisingly it only cost $110 at my local shop. The Prophecy is extremely light and has is very easy to program. Everything on this loader is customizable, but the stock setup is not bad at all. I love the 240 cone that comes stock, as its nice to have the extra paint, and because of how light the Prophecy is, it doesnt weight much more than a halo fully loaded at 170-190. The Prochecy also offers different color side panels, and chanching the lids is sooo easy, I love it. Honestly for the price $110-$130 you can not beat this loader.
Conclusion: I would recommend this loader to anyone looking for a high performance hopper, who doesn't want to spent $170 on a Dye Rotor.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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