HALO B versus VLocity isn't the subject of this thread, but basically boils down to reflective eye versus break beam eye. Break beam eye invariably wins, with hardly any paint detection problems (the paint would have to be clear, with clear shells for the break beam to not see it).
The Rip Drive is a way of manually tensioning, or untensioning, the drive cone spring, so allows you to chrono your marker without turning it on, allows you to keep playing (in a limited fashion) if your motor fails or your batteries run out, and can be used to try and clear jams by reversing the drive cone.
The VLocity has an auto reverse anti-jam mechanism, reversing the motor when the loader senses a jam. It also has eight adjustable tension settings. It is a fair deal lighter than the HALO B.
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