V35 Halo/Halo B

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V35 Halo/Halo B

Post by Justin on Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:14 pm

Speed: 8/10, not as fast as some of the newer loaders, but certainly fast enough. Has an advertised BPS of 35, but it really only feeds 25-28.

Maintenance: 5/10, with lots of screws and a shell design that splits in the middle, this is not a hopper that your can clean in a few minutes. Have to be careful not to pinch wires when putting the shells back together.

Reliability: 8/10, as long as this thing has fresh batteries and clean eyes, it is going to run great. Numerous
upgrades are available that can make this loader completely hassle free. This loader can take a pretty good amount of abuse.

Overall: 7/10, this loader led the way into modern loader technology, and their is good reason that so many new loaders are built off a similar platform. There are certainly better loaders, but this is a great place to start.
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Re: V35 Halo/Halo B

Post by Corey on Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:21 pm

seems like a decent entry level loader.

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Re: V35 Halo/Halo B

Post by Tyler on Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:32 pm

[paintball.ninja] wrote:seems like a decent entry level loader.

a year ago this was one of the top loaders on the market pros where still using them untill the rotor and prophecy came out. they are very good hoppers and you can get them for a very resnibal price, the same exact statement could also be said about the velocity. 🐘
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Re: V35 Halo/Halo B

Post by Dylan on Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:13 pm

I love my Halo, I've never had any problems with it so I've had no reason to pick up a new loader.
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Re: V35 Halo/Halo B

Post by Nic on Fri Jul 17, 2009 10:09 pm

I had so many problems with my halo it blended paint lol
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Re: V35 Halo/Halo B

Post by Justin on Sat Jul 18, 2009 1:41 pm

[paintball.ninja] wrote:seems like a decent entry level loader.

Better than decent.
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Re: V35 Halo/Halo B

Post by T.E.C. Paintballer on Sat Jul 18, 2009 4:37 pm

I have an Empire reloader B which is the halos sound activated brother. And I take my eggy over it every time I play. I have no love for it. However they are getting very cheap and like you guys said they can take some abuse so not a bad entry level loader.
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Re: V35 Halo/Halo B

Post by dporter on Sat Jul 18, 2009 4:42 pm

i have an egg 3 and a halo and even though i've only actually used the halo twice so far, i like it a ton better than my eggy
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