Are you tired of the messy, time-consuming chore of filling your guppies? Well Major Paintball heard your cries and we've come to help. It is called the Super Sack.
The Super Sack has a patent pending design based on the age-old flask style concept. It holds 2000 paintballs and bulk loads via a zipper opening on the under side of the sack. The paintballs are then dispensed into individual loader tubes and hoppers through a muzzle at the bottom of the sack. The muzzle is large enough to accommodate standard 200 round hoppers, and 140 round guppies are filled in a mere two seconds.
The Major Paintball Super Sack is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Nothing else like it to fill guppies and hoppers that is portable.
Great Idea and very convenient to use. Keeps paintballs dry and takes less space than a box. Very easy to use, fills guppies and hoppers very quickly, without spilling/wasting paint on the ground.
Maybe needs some type of insulation to keep out heat/cold, never had a problem with paintballs melting or anything but just an idea. Nothing to complain about have used it on a number of outings and the fabric seems to be holding up well, no rips or tears.
Easy to use and carry with you onto the field to staging areas. Get one you will like it and everyone will ask you what it is and as soon you show them - they will want one too.
Difficult to use
Requires 2 operators
At the local field i play at, the owners bought one of these for players to sign rent for the day if they wanted an "easy" way to load their pods and their hoppers.
Me and my friends rented this sack for the day, and within a few hours gave it back because it was a piece of junk.
The fill end is a large tube with a sinch strap that opens and closes like an iris, but unless you sinch that strap really tight when you are done using it, you will spill all your paint all over the ground when you are carrying it around.
Also even if you sinch the strap tight it will come loose on its own, so you have to constantly check it to make sure you are not using paint.
As for filling pods, it takes less time to fill pods by hand than it does to use this product. First of all you really need to people to use it. the first person hold the pod, or hopper you want to fill, the second one holds the bad and loosens and tightens the fill tube since strap. and loosening the strap and tightening it again with all the paintballs pouring out is a pain, and you will end up spilling some paint in the process.
If you are looking for an easy way to fill your pods, i would seriously stay as far away from this product as you can. You would be better off using a tornado pod loader, or the rocket loader, they work great, and won't spill your paint.
It works great. I received the super sack as a gift and wasn't too sure about using it, because I thought if I broke a ball in it then there would be a heckeva mess. But I finally tried it, and have been using it ever since. I don't pour paint out on the ground anymore, and I have yet to break a ball in it or while using it.
I would buy it, if I did not get mine as a gift.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, October 31st, 2003 at 1:20 pm PST