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Unregistered User Sunday, May 26th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
Rico - 12v&9v Revy - Warp Feed - Stock Tube
Marker Setup: Diablo matrix
centerflag reg (the real one)
smart parts freak barrel set
pmi pure energy 68/3000
drop forward
Strengths: Flawless operation: Never had any feeding problems while playing.

Strong Construction: Plastic is durable. Feed neck is double reinforced.

No paint breaks inside halo

No paint breaks inside stock matrix

Fits perfect once sanded.

ON/OFF features smart and easy to use if you read the manual
Weaknesses: Neck has to be sanded to get it to fit. According to webpage this was intentional. Good way to get a perfect fit but you have to sand quite a bit to get it to fit a stock matrix (which has a tight fit to begin with)

Takes 6 AA batteries. This provides better and more constant power than a nine volt or 2 but it makes the halo heavy.

Halo is heavy even without the 6 AA batteries.
Conclusion: The halo is good at what it does. I had no problems with it whatsoever. Not once did I break paint in the hopper or chop paint in the marker. I would recomend it to anyone who has had chopping problems with their gun and has tried other cheaper hoppers but still had problems. This new hopper will perform.
9 out of 10

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