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squanto Saturday, August 9th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months9 of 9 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Empire Reloader, VL200
Marker Setup: Stock 2k3 cocker w/ boomstick and a 98 custom w/ teardrop
Strengths: Holds more balls! Actually fits cocker feed neck!
Quieter than reloader.
Weaknesses: Sometimes it takes a shot to notice it has changed the way it is tilted.
Review: I got the TSA (LCD) version cause my reloader shells cracked off at the feed neck after 3 days of use. The TSA holds about 40 to 50 more balls than the reloader, and is about the same height and width, only slightly longer.

I like the menus on the lcd, you can set sensitivity, motor speed, duration of motor spinning, and a game timer. Although the accuracy of the shot counter isn't that good with my cocker, as firing would incriment the counter, and when the bolt comes forward it would incriment again sometimes and not others.

With the reloader and VL hoppers, the necks are too small and tape or paper is needed to "shim" the hopper into the cocker feed neck. With the tsa, this isn't needed as the neck is much thicker than the empire or VL.

Also, the plastic is much stiffer than the VL or Empire models, so hopefully it will last longer.

So far it has lasted very well, no cracks anywhere and the plastic seems much stronger than the 12V revvies and reloader.
Conclusion: Better hopper than the reloader, which from my understanding is better than a VL revvy.
Although it costs more, about 60usd for non lcd and 70usd for lcd version.
It doesn't crack, and thus is why I give it a 9, also it keeps up with my 6bps that I can get with my stock cocker right now ;)
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, October 20th, 2003 at 12:13 pm PST
 

Review Comments
duckslayer3012 Sunday, May 9th, 2004 | 7:06 pm PST
6 bps with a cocker?!!!! i can get at least 10 or 12 bps with my stock spyder compact
   

PB4841LVR Sunday, May 16th, 2004 | 5:09 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by duckslayer3012
6 bps with a cocker?!!!! i can get at least 10 or 12 bps with my stock spyder compact

yeah right unless it is in auto
   

l337pumper Sunday, June 20th, 2004 | 10:00 pm PST
yes.. and you counted 12 shots a second right? lol couldnt resist
   

pbshooter0559 Tuesday, September 14th, 2004 | 3:41 pm PST
6 bps for a cocker is disgraceful i can get my friends cocker going at about 10-12 bps i think ur lying to me squanto i dont think you have a cocker ru you making all this up
   

gazorp Monday, July 4th, 2005 | 7:43 am PST
do you have a reloader 1 or 2? cuz my reloader 2's feedneck is really strong.
neway i would love to see you guys shoot 12 bps with a mech cocker
   

Olli Tuesday, October 25th, 2005 | 8:26 pm PST
dude, peoples, did you ever think it could just be a typo, like typing 6, instead of 16!!!
   

avantshot90 Wednesday, February 8th, 2006 | 7:25 pm PST
"Sometimes it takes a shot to notice it has changed the way it is tilted"

That may just be an inability to stop if its feeding fast or if you were in the cold the electronics work a little slower (i live in NY right below Lake Ontario....I know cold)
   

chemical allan Friday, May 12th, 2006 | 7:12 pm PST
i have a tsa, it does need a shot to start spinning the other way, even indoors.
   

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