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kragshot Wednesday, January 26th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
2 years13 of 13 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Viewloader Revolution I & II
Marker Setup: Smart Parts SP-1
Redz Pepper Sticks barrel kit
J&J Edge Elite barrel kit
Trinity T-lock feedneck
Invert Reloader II
BT 45 degree mount
Barska 50mm red dot sight
modified old school gas thru T-stock
CP coiled remote
NXE Extraktion remote sleeve
Crossfire 88/4500 HPA tank (LP reg)
Hogue finger groove 1911 grips
Gear Sector sling mount
Strengths: Magnetic Lid
Long Battery Life
Narrow Profile
Stealthy Operation
Simple to Program (On and Off)
Weaknesses: None found so far
Review: I was skeptical about the reliability of the sound activated feature after using a hopper with eyes for so many years, but that changed quickly. Like most other people, I had to sand down the feedneck to fit. No big deal and it meant there was no slop or wiggle in the fit. The magnetic lid was a nice touch. Quick reloads while still keeping the rain out. I use a huge red dot sight and the narrow profile leaves room to mount it without having to turn the hopper sideways. Even without a sight, it has better visibility than a fat bottomed hopper. After two years of constant play, I have yet to change the first set of batteries or chop a ball. If my count is right, that's at least 24,000 balls to date.

Woodsballer Strength: Low on ammo, sneaking around at the low ready, balls roll out of the neck, and agitator goes off - telling everyone where you are. With sound activation this just doesn't happen anymore. Paddles only cycle when you pull the trigger at which point stealth won't matter.
Conclusion: This is the only piece of gear I own that I cannot find something to b!tch about. As long as you're not a Wagner player and keep it under 13 bps you can't go wrong with this hopper.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2011 at 3:08 pm PST
 

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