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Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
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More than 5 years
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Uhhh...Various other low capacity gravity feeds.
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Halo B (Overkill on a mech cocker, but who cares? Its off my other gun anyway...)
-Capacity Sharpens your game
-Soft material may help bounces
-Lid is funky
-Soft plastic may be weak
I got this with my Talon Ghost that I got for Christmas...It is just the right amount of paintballs for somebody who is inexperienced in pump and who feels the need to shoot a lot. But whence you get some SC play experience, you will feel that there are too many balls in this thing..It was easy to sand for fitting, and it stays on there well. It will hold all 50 balls without jamming...the guy who said otherwise is an idiot.
Warped Dark Timmy
shocktech supa fly bolt
CP short reg
CP asa on/off
14" Stiffi barrel
Halo B w/Rip Drive
looks AGG on my timmy after painting it Black to grey fade
Won't last long if you stupid enopugh to put it on a electronic gun
Ok first f all this thing is better then a VL200! it was free from my friend b/c we werew acting dumb a VL200 is another name for crap for $5.00. Please do not get me wrong if your using this hopper please to not be to serious or iwill be forced to smack you. If you suspect this hopper to keep up with your High End gun your RETARDED this is a hooper just to play around with a cheap VL or pump gun. If you only have a hand full of balls and you use a VL200 iit is great.I am not going to suggest this to anyone unless you want to be stupid or if you wana shoot a blade i works just like a gravity feed hopper just smaller.
I used the stock loader (200 balls) That came with my gun.
9 Oz. Brass Eagle Tank, 11" Black Panted Barel, No trigger guard (Sawed off), Painted entire thing olive drab.
Balls tend to bounce off due to the egg shape
Light Even When Full
Annoying brass eagle logo on side
Hard to take off
The hopper is cheap, about a buck fifty where i bought it, but i guess you get what you pay for. It's MAX capacity is 75, but it jams a lot at that. Smacking the side of the hopper or shaking the gun can help, but it's too much of a pain to do in the middle of a firefight. It's also quite durable, i got mine ran over in a car before, and it still looks ok. I have some problems with this too. The lids too cheaply made, The brass eagle logo gets annoying, and it's a pain to take off, but i guess that's good.
I would buy it if you dont have lots of money for a loader (Like me), But if you do have the almost 100$ to buy an evolution, do it.
Core 21" Sniper Barrel
16oz CO2 tank
only holds >5 paintballs
I went to Wal-Mart to buy a new gun with my brother. When we were there, we got a Talon Ghost(read my review) and a Blade 02. Since the Talon Ghost had a tiny hopper that SUCKS(it came w/ the Talon Ghost), I tried out this one(it came w/ the Blade 02). Yes, it did hold more paintballs than the other one, and looked kinda cool, it jammed almost every time. It is pretty small. You can use it in a game and it is almost guaranteed not to get hit.
Once you get a Blade 02, make the switch to the VL200 hopper immediately!!!! I'm giving the VL pocket hopper a 5: -7 because it's unreliable and holds so little, and +2 because it is small and looks cool.
For what its ment to do, it does quite well.
i've never had any feed problems with it
i found it in my feilds trash can, so i effecticly got it for free. w00t!
If you want blazing feed rate though, don't expect much from this little hopper.
I would recommend this hopper to anyone who dosen't want to waste a lot of paint, or torwards teh end of the day when you don't want to have to lug around a 2LBS hopper.
camoflauge Vl Orion, Vl 200 hopper, 11 inch barrel
It holds paintballs?
it is incredibly brittle.
If you hit it, it shatters!
It only holds 50 paintballs.
Well, the first time I went paintballing I used this hopper. I later upgraded to the
VL 200, and I was in a game with someone who had one, and I shot him in the hopper.
Unlike the VL 200, it shattered, and his paintballs went everywhere. I was using
a VL orion, a low-velocity semi-auto!
I would not recommend this product, as it is very, very faulty.
I would recommend a thicker, bigger hopper.
system x cocker , race board with race handle ,cp lighting drop foward with 16 in stiffy barrel, jack hammer 2 clear hoses,custom millling , ANS bolt ,halo hopper and 68 ci 4500psi
It has that big hole witch is good
Its really small
Umm i only tested it....its ok just to shoot with but id never use it in a game cuz then it would really suck lol u mize well just get a 200 cuz there alot better so ya but the good thing is its better then that other one so ya
Im givin it a 3 cuz theres nothin really great about it other then the big hole...lol
normal 200 rd hoppers a revvy some wierd 140 one from wallmart
well its small and hard to hit if you left it hanging out
it's a good hopper if you use a pump/ stock marker other then that i find it quit useless
you cant use a pod to fill it so you need to load it one at a time. you could carry one or two ones in you pocket full of paintballs for when you need to pod up
(with something to keep the balls from falling out the bottem)
if you play stock or pump( i would still use a 200rd hopper for pump) this would be a good hopper