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Best Hopper For Ego '09??

Stan

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Jul 18, 2001
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I was thinking - more able to feed brittle paint into the breech at the right speed but in a softer fashion. Most of the breaks i've had in the last few years haven't been barrel breaks or chops... it's been the paint smashing in the breech due to the force of the loader hurling them down the feedneck.
 

TrikkyD

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Jan 7, 2010
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I was thinking - more able to feed brittle paint into the breech at the right speed but in a softer fashion. Most of the breaks i've had in the last few years haven't been barrel breaks or chops... it's been the paint smashing in the breech due to the force of the loader hurling them down the feedneck.
well i've used a rotor and a proph, not had any issues with the rotor all year what ever the paint but the proph was rippin the same paint to bits so i dumped it and kept the halo as my back up.
 

Kevin Winter

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Dec 10, 2008
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Having used Halos, Reloaders and now a Rotor, all hoppers will feed paint into your marker and do their job. The Rotor edges it for me, as it's just so simple and has a long battery life. I can strip and clean my Rotor between games (even in a game once!) without a hassle, and there isn't the issue with the battery doors either!
That said, you can pick up rotors and halos for £20-40, which is no money at all!
 

Stan

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Jul 18, 2001
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Having used Halos, Reloaders and now a Rotor, all hoppers will feed paint into your marker and do their job. The Rotor edges it for me, as it's just so simple and has a long battery life. I can strip and clean my Rotor between games without a hassle, and there isn't the issue with the battery doors either!
That said, you can pick up rotors and halos for £20-40, which is no money at all!
Yep - i had a bit of a break and was surprised when i came back on here that Reloaders are in the £30 range. They used to go for £50 to £60
 

Liam92

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Nov 4, 2009
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Having used Halos, Reloaders and now a Rotor, all hoppers will feed paint into your marker and do their job. The Rotor edges it for me, as it's just so simple and has a long battery life. I can strip and clean my Rotor between games (even in a game once!) without a hassle, and there isn't the issue with the battery doors either!
That said, you can pick up rotors and halos for £20-40, which is no money at all!
please share who is selling rotors at £20-£40!
 
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ian_posh

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Jun 9, 2010
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no only joking - rotor all the way for me! used a halo for a while and the battery life wasnt all that great! and jammed occasionally.