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thunderpig Saturday, February 7th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Vl 200,
Marker Setup: Compact deluxe, 'cocker rear-cocking rod, 'cocker beavertail, 32* duck bill, bottom line, home-made drop forward, empire reloader
Strengths: * Strong shell
* Very consistent
* Sound activation
* Cheap price!
Weaknesses: None that I can think of.
Review: The empire reloader is a great choice for an agitated hopper. It feeds a [b]very[/b] consistent 12-13 bps. I love the sound activation feature of it. As soon as you shoot, the motor spins to feed a ball. I haven't chopped a single ball since I got the reloader. I also like the battery saving feature of it. If you leave it on and it stays inactive for a half hour, it automaticaly turns it's self off! I know that feature has save me money on batteries. The other thing I like about it is it was cheap! I got mine for $44 from 888paintball.
Conclusion: I'd recommend this to anyone that is loking for an agitated hopper. There are other hoppers that promise the same thing, but cannot compete with the cheap price of this one! If you are in the market for a loader, by al means [b]Get an empire reloader[/b]
10 out of 10

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