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marshmellowma64 Tuesday, August 26th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Revvy 9v, Ricochet 2k, Ak, Evi
Marker Setup: Response Trigger, Halo Tsa hopper, 16 inch 32 Degrees Terminator Barrel, Remote.
Strengths: This hopper is made by Halo and only feeds on the firing of your marker.
Weaknesses: A little heavy. stick with a tank to the gun for this hopper.
Review: This hopper has not chopped once. I have gone through about 3 or 4000 rounds and never chopped. This hopper will max out my 98c with response and then some.I have never dry-fired in all those rounds. And it'll hold about 220 rounds(awesome for those long games). Very, very cool looking, distracts other players so I can shoot them. One thing that bothers me is that the halo stickers on the sides keep on almost falling off. A little glue will fix that though.The batteries will last forever(supposed to be 20,000 rounds), never chops, has tilt sensing(lean left paddles right, lean right paddles left), and holds more paint then others.
Conclusion: This hopper is awesome. Its cheap(only 59$), and has everything that is good. Awesome awesome awesome.
10 out of 10

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