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PlayToWinOrDie Tuesday, January 13th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
regular hoppers
Marker Setup: tippmann model 98 and other upgrades
Strengths: Faster feed than gravity fed hoppers, very cheap.
Weaknesses: Too loud for being stealthy, battery hog.
Review: Overall a good hopper. Good for anyone who isn't going to play a stealth position. Bad for sniping in wood ball, but efficient for speed ball. It is worth the buy at $30. Can feed more rounds than a gravity hopper. Think about using rechargeable batteries, or it will waste more money than it is worth. I played an entire day without a single double feed or any chopped balls. I would recommend this hopper for cheap people like me who don't feel like spending $100 on a hopper. I'd rather buy a new barrel with that money. This hopper is good for someone who doesn't have a super fast gun like an angel or an autococker. If you have a fast gun it would be better to buy the more expensive one, like a Halo B.
Conclusion: There are better hoppers, but most are too pricey. This hopper is efficient in speed ball, but I would think twice before playing wood ball with it. It is definitely worth the buy at $30.
8 out of 10

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