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decline414 Wednesday, February 5th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
12v revvy
9v revvy
eggolution (evolution)
Marker Setup: Bushmaster BKO
Taso drop foreward
vapor valve
crossfire 68/3000
empire reloader
Strengths: The empire reloader loads balls quicker then then the 12v revvy by about 1 ball per second more. It is activated by sound a beam. This means misfeeds dont happen. It uses a better designed paddle inside the gun too. It grabs the balls verses pushing them like the revvy. It is thicker then a revvy so it will last longer too.
Weaknesses: The bad. Well most people think it will go off if someone near you is fireing, that is false. The only time it will go off when it is not supposed to is if someone shoots you hopper near the microphone. That might not always be a bad thing.
Conclusion: I like it better then a revvy. It is faster and it works with the balls a little better too. You push a button to turn it on instead of a switch. It also has automatic turn off so you dont waist you batteries. If you saved up 50$ to buy a revvy dont for the same price you can get a reloader. They just came out with the whole thing instead of the conversion kit and it is the same price.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Slyclops14 Monday, September 20th, 2004 | 5:51 pm PST
Well, I own a reloader and someone shot their A-5 right next to me and my hopper went off. I have also been behind an inflatable bunker while someone was nailing it with an impulse and the hopper went off. Personally, It doesn't matter to me... but it does happen.
   

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