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w0rr Wednesday, September 24th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month14 of 15 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
12v revvy, Ricochet AK & 2k, Halo b
Marker Setup: 2003 WGP Cocker
14'' Dye Xcel
Blue CP flame drop+asa
Crossfire 68/3k fiberwrapped hpa
blue REDz tank cover
Strengths: -ball deflecting technology
-PRICE (only $35)
Weaknesses: -continous feed (no ball sensor)
Review: The only difference from the original AK is that there is not a ball sensor. The ball sensor senses a ball in the feed tube, and does not spin the feed (reminds me of a weed whacker). This hopper will doe just fine on any marker, except acceptionally fast shooting markers, such as a highly modded Impulse, or an Angel perhaps. The Rhino feeds perfectly into my 2003 autococker. Simple use, too. Pop in a 9-volt battery, press the push-button, and you're ready to play. For the price, you can't go wrong. Although if you have the extra $15 or so, get the normal AK with the sensor.
Conclusion: If you have enough money, get the AK, or even the 2k. Ricochets are great hoppers. The rhino is a fine addition to their line of products, especially for the low budget paintballer. The 2k would rate as a 10, the AK as a 9, so i give this an 8.
8 out of 10

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