-operator ten inch
-Perfect For Stock
-No Spring Lid
A good product from brass eagle, i use this on my modified stock class sl-68 and i have use it on my pro-carbine and my Piranha gti. You learn to conserve paint, and it also is very light. You cant really use big pods to load it.
This product is excellent for stock class and holds about fifty rounds, i got this for free somewhere and tossed it into a box, but i have used it much, mill the little ridge outta inside of the feed tube and it will feed a bit faster.
You cant really fill it to the top but it can hold enough, ive used it many times and its one of my top used products. If your making a light weight marker and can afford to this is the product for you, if you want a good mil-sim hopper, this is the hopper for you, if you want a modified stock hopper, this is the hopper for you.
The hopper has amazingly good looks for brass eagle as well, there is no sprin to keep the lid open, which could be good or bad depending how you look at it.
If you need a small hopper, or good looks and wanna learn how to lose little paint this is for you, i love mine, and use it often, it isn't the strongest but you can only abuse tippmanns beyond belief and expect them to work. Nine out of ten for the fact its not spring loaded and the fact it is somewhat weak.
50 rnd BE Hopper
Small and nimble (and cute)
it's a very basic hopper, like the VL200 but smaller. Perfect for pump games that aren't stock class. The only thing missing would be a motor but it's not that necessary. Its 50 ball capacity isn't for ball sprayers anyway.
It's also handy for snipers that want something small but not as limiting as the Longbow mag or any 10 rnd pistol.
Definately good to have during pump games, or when playing as a sniper.
Tippmann 98 Custom, shocktech drop forward, Brass eagle 50 hopper, shocktech superfly bolt, 14 inches 32 degrees night stick barrel, 9 ounce co2 tank
Small, clear, makes your gun lighter than regular 200 hopper, and cost
The lid is sometimes hard to close
This hopper is good because its small and you can see better. My dads friend has one too and he says its good because he has a pump gun with a scope, he is a sniper and doesn't need alot of paintballs. I can see inside to see how many shots I have.
My dad got me this hopper before Christmas because the other one was too heavy when it was full.
This is a good hopper for beginners and snipers and its $3 dollars
-easy to find (Blade)
-If you wanted a large capacity hopper, you would've bought something else
Well, I got this on an eBay Blade, and I must say, for something this common and cheap, it works like a charm. Of course, just like any other mechanical feed hopper, but it works. You'd probably want to spray on a fade camo job, or make it flat black, but only for the camo reasons. Not really much other stuff to say.
tippmann custom pro, stingray, Avenger, Triton, Brute, Raptor many many more..
Clear, may give away position in woods.
I got this for smaller and lighter play as well as ammo conservation. I prefer it mostly on pump markers such as my brute as you wont use all that much ammo anyways. I taped mine up black with hockey tape so its harder to see in the woods then the clear plastic. I think it works great and with the types of markers you will use it in they have blow back or shaking form the pumping so jamming is never a problem (and theres no point in using a 50 rd hopper if your going to eb shooting 7 balls a second anyways.
Great for snipers expecially if using pump markers. if you shoot alot forget it.
Ion pro with halo b and a 3000 psi air american tank
Great for a hard core pump player fits on any gun easily
Gave to use smaller pods (not much of a problem)
Works great with pumps or players who want a small hopper. very light and compact. wont feed fast but its gravity and a small container so you shouldnt expect much. You can also custom paint them so you can make them camo or make it multi colored. Ive only used this on my pump but it worked good and is a nice little hopper.
I got one with my brass eagle talon i bought for pretty much no reason at all... and i tested it out didnt really do much had to shake it a bunch, left it out one night and a raccoon sized cat tore the lid completely off and got into the paintballs, this hopper was good for laughs thats about it, would possibly buy another one for more laughs
The old PVC stick loaders, Worr Games 40 rd loader.
Small, light, easy to open and load.
Th lid hinge seems week.
Well, I got this to use on my blue splash Sniper 2 pump. I did not like the opaque clear so the first thing I did was throw it in th pot of boiling water and Rit brand black dye. The result is a opaque blue hopper. Rather kool looking if I may say so. You can dye yours any color but remember, you need DARK colors to make it somewhat nice. My black came out medium blue. A normal red will come out pink, so plan ahead.
The elbow it comes with is not a standard neck, its for a "Blade" marker. But most standard elbows work fine. Older pumps like mine need a bit of work, but its not a long involved process, just a few turns of black tape on the neck and everything fits OK.
Now this isn't a hopper for electros or even mech semis. Its a pump hopper, and for that use is the best out there. Unlike the 40 round "ammo box" commonly used its quiet when full and it feeds better then the ammo box. PVC stick loaders feed fast but are limited to about 8 rounds and are tall. Using the 100+ hoppers defeat the purpose of playing pump, i.e. being quick and agile. This small hopper is quick, compact and easy to load.
Just remember like all hoppers fill it %90 full or it will jam.
I like this hopper. Its small and compact. The large lid makes it easy to load with a ten round tube under fire. The hinge for the lid seems cheesy but what do you expect for $3.50?
I like it. not everything from Brass Eagle is bad.
For what its designed for, pump play, its the best out there.
-Its small and light weight
-Easy to see balls
-Easy to fit in pocket
-Tends to jam with too many paintballs.
-Lid pops off easily.
Its an OK hopper for just messing around in your backyard or at a crappy little homemade feild. I bought this hopper just so I would get better at making my shots more effect because I will carry only 50 paintballs. The feedneck jamming problem was easily fixed by filing down the edges around the opening of the feedneck. I'll keep it just as a backup hopper for messing around but I wouldnt suggest buying it for anything more than that.
Buy it just for practicing but dont expect too much out of the product. (It is Brass Eagle:P)
Halo TSA Hopper
Smart Parts 14" Teardrop Barrel
Can fit in your pocket
Does what its suppose to
It is white
I really thought this was a good little hopper for pracitce or maybe woodball... Its nice but the white stands out....lucky me i had spray paint. I really thought it was nice and a low profile little hopper before i got my TSA.. Now it sits in my bag if there is a problem with my hopper
I really dont think any pro would use it but it is a great hopper for people who dont yet have a good hopper...