Tippmann A-5 with a 14in CP one piece classic barrel 689 , a expansion chamber, and a dead on paintball Double trigger and 12oz and 20oz Co2 pure energy tanks
its strong different colors cheap
it gets kind of loose during games sometimes the lid pops off realy easy
its ok for a gun package but if your going to get serious then get an electric hopper it is strong and it comes in different colors i wish the lid though was black or smoke i dont like things to be white on my gun it is an ok backup hopper some other things are sometimes it doesnt like to fit
Vl 200, Some Cheap non name brand 200 round hopper.
PMI Piranha GTI E-force, Pmi 200 round hopper, Pure Energy 9oz co2, Venturi Bolt,
Very Hard, Feels Solid, Looks Better Than The Vl 200.
A Little Tough To Get Into The Feed Neck
This came with my piranha gti e-force, i was planning on getting an electronic loader like a revy or an Evlution II beacause my marker is a elecronic with burst modes and auto, i didn't think a regular gravity feed hopper would be able to keep up with my marker.
i was short on money so i didn't buy one the same day as my gun so when i got home i put this guy on my marker and it was a little tough to get on but once i got it in the feed neck all the way there was no way it's coming out ina game, the lid is nice and tight so it won't pop open and spill your balls while your playing.
The hopper looks alot better than the vl 200 mainly because of the pmi logo.
it feels solid and like it can take a beating.
but wehat really impressed me is that even on full auto it could keep up with my gun, i never once had a dry fire,
i pumped about 800 balls through it in about an hour and it fed every ball perfect,
if your short on money and want something that won't starve your gun i highly reccomend this hopper,
i've never used it with angels or high end auto cockers but for markers that only go to about 15 bps this works perfectly.
Best gravity feed hopper out there, it's rock solid, Cool looking, has a lid that snaps tight so it won't open and spill you're paintballs while your playing.
-Blue Spyder Victor II
-12" red custom products one piece barrel .689
-Red VL Revolution 12 volt w/ x-board
-my custom trigger mod
-20 oz. Pure Energy CO2
-holds 200 balls
-dosen't feed fast enough
This is a nice hopper for your MECHANICAL gun such as a pmi or spyder. They are not good for electros, they just aren't fast enough. I will be reviewing the performance of it as a gravity fed, not comparing it or scoring it next to an agitated hopper. It is very durable. I have seen it take many hits without shattering. It feeds as fast as gravity can move it. You will need to shake it though. It also holds 200 balls. Sometimes you can outshoot this hopper, though. This will end up leading to chops and/or dry-fires. It is also really ugly. Why only put the PMI sign on one side? That has always perplexed me. It is also pretty pricey, about 10 bucks. You can get a vl200 for about 4 and it will do the exact same thing.
Get it if you need to. Otherwise, get the vl200.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 26th, 2004 at 6:31 am PST
halo TSA-tilt sensor is nice and so it sound activation, but theres no force feed
halo B-what can i say that you don't know about the B? umm.... oh well.
-Freak Barrel Kit
-Halo B with rip drive
-Evil Scion 69ci/45k nitro
its durable, cheap, and easy to clean and maintain.
doesn't feed fast. (gee, i wonder why???)
what can i say, its a beginner's hopper for someone who may just be "checking out" the sport of paintball. It had a large feed neck, which partly makes up for the slow feeding with large vertical feed capacity. If you have a gun with a high- rise, though, it'll look a little odd, but it works. I got mine with my firest gun, a semi pirhana. if you get this hopper, then just don't dive cuz if you do, youll break paint. As Don Vito from Viva La Bam would say, "Thats Gwhbagguaswummpah vucan loiklen!"
if i were you, don't waste your time. save up the extra 40 bucks and get a revi or reloader. its worth it on the long run.
-Piranha R6 with E-Force electronic trigger
-Empire Reload Hopper
-Pure Energy 20oz co2
This is a hopper, what else can i say, it holds paint and feeds balls into your gun, it is just like any other hopper besides the fact that it is not motorized. This is just a hopper that holds 200 rounds of paint,, i think it is fine for anybody getting into paintball.
This hopper is for anyone just getting into paintball, it holds paint and that is what hoppers do.
Its a hopper, secure lid, pretty durable, strong fit
Nothing except its not electric, neck is a little taller than other hoppers
I got this hopper in black for my old gun after I lost my viewloader. It cost me like 4 bucks. This hopper has a much better lid than the VL. It is very secure. I held my gun up in the air with the hopper completely filled with paint and it held strong. My VL used to move around alot in my gun when i would run because it had a very loose fit into the verticle feed. The PMI hopper was difficult to get in the first few times because of the tight fit but this was a good thing. I could go all out and never lose my paint. Ive put it through some abuse and it hasnt broken yet. The neck is a little bit bigger than it should be so it sticks out a little but i put neoprene cover on it and i rarely get hit in the hopper.
BUY it if you have a slow semi marker or cant afford an electric for now. One of two PMI products I actuall like (the PMI razzor being the other).
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 20th, 2004 at 3:53 am PST
Tippmann Pro/Carbine, 20oz. CO2 with on/off valve, PMI 200 rd. hopper, CMI Tru-Flite 14 inch rifled barrel.
sping loaded piece is inside of lid, durable
what is there to say, it is a gravity fed hopper that does the job that only cost me $4. The hopper has served me well and fits well in my Pro/Carbine's elbow. It actually fits better than the Tippmann hopper that came with it. The PMI on the side kinda looks cool. It especially looks better than the engraving on the VL200.
I like the PMI better than the viewloader because i don't care for the engraving on the VL200. The PMI does't look as tacky and the spring loaded piece is in the lid unlike the VL200. I think this is the best hopper there is for the money(unless you want to waste your money on a power hopper)
green spyder imagine
dead on pro blade dropforward with on/off
co2(soon to be hpa)
well first off this hopper is way more durable and lightweight compared to electric hoppers like the revvy because there shells suck and can easily break (why cant pmi come out with a electric hopper with the shells off there regular gravity ones???) compared to all electric hoppers this thing is wayyyyy lighter then them, although it cant feed fast at all it can be good to lighten up you gun a bit, and if you have a slow gun (tippy 98, mechanical spyders/spyder clones ETC.) you don't need a fast hopper so this will do the job well.
overall this hopper is great for beginners who are just getting into the sport and don't know how to use the trigger on the gun. i shotmy friends java hopper in a woods-ball game and it broke right through, and i shot my other friends pmi hopper in a speed-ball game and it didn't brake(thats good). great product b+
Teflon coated 98 custom
electric point sight
dead on 8 stage expansion chamber
cheap, lightweight, feeds faster then some grav feeds
electros will turn into a ball blender with this
after playing around with some piantballs i noticed this hopper feed faster then my other stock hopper( hey i was bored ) if you dissasemble it its smooth on the inside while on the stock you can clearly see where they poured the plastic in. its a loader what else can you say?
it still aint electric but will keep up with mechanicals perfectly, i rarely skip paint and have never broken a ball