A new loader control system for Autocockers is here.
Link the firing cycle of you gun to your loader.
Your loader is turned on BEFORE you need paint, not after there is a gap for an eye to detect.
This means fewer skipped shots, and less chopped paint.
Your loader won't give you away when you crawl, or pull tight to a bunker.
Double the usable run time of your batteries.
If it is disconnected from your marker, the loader WILL NOT turn on in your bag.
Will not change the profile of your gun, you won't notice the system other than by the signal wire.
The exposed wire is routed along the front top of the gun, not down the side where it is easy to catch on a branch or bunker.
Custom boards with 1/3 of a second (On) time with each shot.
Will fit ALL Autocockers, even hinge frames.
Link Feed will work with all pneuematics, including electo cockers, and Reflex kits.
The Link Feed System is also available for Ricochet 2K, and AK loaders.
The Link Feed system will also convert a 9v Revolution to a 15v loader, all you need is a new paddle, which is included with the optional 9v upgrade kit.
Your VL loader can be returned to the stock system in a matter of minutes. No alterations to the motor, VL board, or eye are needed.
Installing Link Feed on Ricochet Loaders requires simple soldering, but the loader can be returned to stock configuration in minutes.
Link Feed versions for the Mach 404, and Halo loaders are coming soon.
The Moody Paintball Products Linked Feed Hopper Control is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
WGP 2003 Vertical Feed Red Autococker
MPP Ram with QEVs
Worrblade trigger frame with delron bolt and hammer
Empire 11 Piece Barrel Kit
eVolution (egg) hopper
Bulldog 68cu. 3000psi Nitrogen Tank with Redz Cover
Palmers Pursuit Rock Regulator
Saves battery life for a long time and improves firing speed
An awesome upgrade. Why? First off, it saves battery life by alot. I know alot of people who have to change batteries quite a bit because their old ones died. With this device, i have used my batteries for like over 4 or more months, and they havent died for a while.
Also, if ur hopper is in your bag and somehow the switch is turned to the on position, the hopper will not turn on. It will turn on when it is connected to the gun, and when it is shooting. Each shot, it will turn. And the great thing is, it is very small in profile, so most of the time, you wont even know its there. Its basically a thin wire that is connected to the pneumatics and has a connector thing on the end.The only thing that will be a big change is there will be a 4th piece on the front block in the middle, which looks cool.
A major point about it: it will Not give away ur position if you are on the field and sneaking on someone. It will be as quiet as a pin drop (actually quieter) because the only time it turns is when you shoot. Even if you have no paint in your hopper, it will only turn when you shoot.
The person who makes the product is also very friendly and helpful. If you have a problem, he can fix it.
Have an autococker? Have an electronic Hopper? Tired of getting shot because you are sneaking up on someone and suddenly your hopper makes a buzz? Tired of inconsistency because the balls keep on moving around in your hopper because the wheel is constantly turning? Get this. Alot of your problems will be solved. Trust me on this one.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 31st, 2004 at 5:46 pm PST