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mxmtl Monday, August 1st, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Vlocity - Higher Capacity, Setting Options
Marker Setup: Carter Machine Half Block Sniper
+ 16" CP 2-Piece with Stiffi Tip (.693 with custom wire detent mod)
+ Dye Angel LCD Single Trigger Frame
+ Universal T-Board
+ MQ2 Valve
+ AKA 2-Liter+ Regulator
+ Eclipse POPS ASA
+ Vlocity Jr.
+ Ninja 49/4500 w/ Smart Parts SIS Reg
Strengths: Size
Weaknesses: Not Easy to Clean
Hard to Tell Battery Level
Review: Before the Rotor and Prophecy loaders came out, this was one of the best loaders you could get for the price, size, and weight. Todayís loaders are much easier to take apart to clean, especially if you play semi. By the time the Rotor and Prophecy loaders came out, I switched to playing pump.

Iím not sure why, but even when using a agitated loader like a Revvy, I had a tendency to pinch and sometimes break paint with my pump stroke. This lead me to try a force fed loader. With a 180 round capacity, the Vlocity Jr. was the lightest and smallest of all force fed loaders. Using it has stopped the pinching and resulting breaks.

Another benefit to using this loader for pump is that the motor makes enough noise when it spins freely. That lets me know I only have a few shots left.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a force fed loader for pump, with a 180 round capacity, the Vlocity Jr. is the smallest and lightest.
8 out of 10

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