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torbo Wednesday, September 10th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
12v revvy, 9 v revvy, HALO B, Empire Reloader, Reloader B
Marker Setup: Blue 2002 STO Atucocker
J&J 2 piece barrel
WGP hinge frame with flame trigger
Palmer Stabilizer
Palmer Rock
CT 3-way
Shocktech Ram
System X Cradle
PMI 68/3000 fiber wrapped n2 tank
Smoke Empire Reloader

Strengths: fast, much cheaper than a halo
Weaknesses: high, shape/balance, reload door, bad burst speed compared to a halo.
Review: Pro:
comparitivly inexpensive, $70

Back heavy
shaped like an egg
i just dont like the door on it. It seems simply unnatural
cheaply made shells.
not nearly as fast as a halo.
not force fed.

i have to few words. This egg isnt mine. Its chris's. He uses it on a trix. Its cool. He is getting a HALO though.
Conclusion: i really like the price, and the way it feeds. But the rest of the hopper annys me. Shells are poorly made too. I guess its personal preference, but id much rather pay the extra for a HALO. It really does feed well, so if thats what youre looking for and are poor, buy one. I strongly reccomend a halo though.
6 out of 10Last edited on Friday, March 19th, 2004 at 12:04 pm PST

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