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Gilman Sunday, January 4th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
Viewloader 12v Revolution with X-board
Marker Setup: Action Markers Sentinel TS w/ Vigilante HP reg, 12" CP .689 barrel, Dead-On drop, 88 cu 4500 HPA.
Strengths: Ball capacity, 210+
Sound activated
Tilt sensing
LCD version allows for better operational setup
Weaknesses: Halo gel stickers come off
Shell a little to glossy
Review: I got a TSA Backman LCD for Xmas and tried it out this weekend. It's MUCH better than my 12v Revy with X-board. I would always chop a few balls in a day/case, I think that sometimes the ball to eye alignment wasn't the best due to ball sizes. The TSA feeds every shot. With the LCD I could adjust the sensitivity, rotation time, and tell it if I have an open or closed bolt gun. The Backman holds 210+ which let me carry 1 or 2 less pods on the field. The tilt sensor is great too, I could come out a bunker nearly horizontal and still get good feeds, try that with a Revy or Egg, and you'll get air not paint. Size it is just a little larger than the Revy, but because of it's angular shape I did get a few deflections when my hopper was hit.
Conclusion: Excellent hopper. For a few bucks more than a Revy you get a Much better hopper.
10 out of 10

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