Holds 50 paintballs, very small profile, perfect for non-stock pumpers
None really, can jam if filled too full.
When i saw this I knew it was perfect for pumpgun use. It is a very small hopper target, holds about the right amount of balls for a game, and doesn't look like those old school low capacity square hoppers. It also keeps the gun light and compact. I am very pleased with it and i paid only $4.95 at Galyans Spoting Goods store. I haven't seen it available anywhere else, probably because most people with semi's are looking for large capacity loaders. But I'm sure it can be ordered from anywhere.
Given the specific application for non-stock pumpers, it is an excellent product.
200rd hopper is too big and too much paint for most pumps. Mine shoots about 45-50 shots per 12 gram, this hopper is perfect.
Patton3rd is right. This hopper is perfect for pumps. It helps keep the gun light by only holding 1/4 of the rounds of a big one. It is smaller and harder to hit. Also, if you are playing with a pump you don't need a lot of ammo, 40 rounds = 40 hits, or close to it.
do you think these hoppers will work with the tippmann c3 very well, because i am gettin a c3 very soon, and if i put a tippmann 200 count gravity loader on it i wont have to carry eny pods at all, but it willl have a higher profile and bigger target area, so should i carry one 150 count pod and brass bird 50 hopper, or no pods and bigger hopper???? HELP
Hey sledge, its up too you but if you want to keep a low profile use the pocket hopper and carry a single pod. Most of these kids shooting fast semis(ie. electros), cant hit the broad side of a barn, so its to your advantage to take even more target area away from them.