Paintball Loaders for your Gun and Budget
DYE Precision Rotor Paintball Loaders
DYE contributes to the world of paintball loaders with this high end, serious paintball spitting machine. Feeding your gun at over 50 paintballs per second! If your gun fails, just pop off the hopper and aim it down field =O The new sort and feed system is one of simplest yet. The claimed 'low profile' design will keep your target signature low when popping around a bunker to flow a lazer beam string of paintballs at your poor competitor. A spring loaded tray pushes the paintballs to the feed area to keep your hopper from prematurely checking out. This hopper runs on 3AA batteries for an estimated 50k+ paintballs. If the color you bought expires when your team buys new uniforms, no problem, just get a color change kit for a fraction of the price of a new rotor. The 'jam release trigger' will clear the feed tunnel if a misshapen, bloated, or otherwise nasty paintball clogs the loader. The Rotor has a 200 round capacity and will let you see when your running low with the see through window. A quick feed lid is also available for this hopper to make loading faster. The no tools design makes break-down quick and simple. No multitude of parts to scatter and get lost when field servicing. The hopper takes paintball to a whole new level, but be ready to shell out a load of cash to get this loader. It commonly sells for $150+
Empire Magna Drive Paintball Loaders
The Magna Drive Paiontball Loaders, by Empire is an innovative feed system from the ground up. It's new fully adjustable drive clutch will save you from 'in hopper' paintball breaks while providing extra surge speed for those quick breaks or snap shooting. - This hooper also comes with two different floor designed shells. One is the standard 200 round capacity and the other is a new 220 "save me butt" design. The front other the hi-cap design has a dipped down 20 ball shelf. If you unexpectedly run out of paintballs at a bad time, you can tip the loader/gun back 30deg and you have an instant 20 round reserve. This can be the difference between getting bunkered and giving your competition a face full of paint. - The forward neck design gives your gun setup a smaller target signature when playing around a bunker or coming up from the snake. - The magnetic fill lid is adjustable and redesigned to keep the magnets held in tighter. - The battery compartment has been moved to the back and no longer has a screw or a "broken upon being shot" door design. The new battery door slides open and closed for a quicker maintenance free battery refresh. - This loader is RF activated with an included transmitter kit that you attach to your guns solenoid. It's a "plug and play" design with the kits many harnesses designed to fit most guns. The RF signal drives the loader faster as your trigger speed increases. - The feed neck has an increased length sleave to fit down into your paintball guns chamfered feed neck to eliminate the gap formed by common beveled clamping neck designs. - The Empire Magna Drive Paintball Loaders, are generally available in Smoke, Black, Blue and our favorite - Carbon Fiber. The normal colors regularly sell for $130+ but maybe found for considerably less.
Halo B w/RIP & Victory Board
Start with a belt driven bearing suspended spring loaded ball agitator feed system like none other before. Add the Victory board, and top it off with the reliability of the RIP drive system. You now have one of the best paintball loaders on the market today. The Halo B has been regarded as a top performing loader in every major type of paintball, from the top dogs in the PSP to the local scenario scene. The Halo B has been there and done that. Specific features are: Belt driven spring feed system prevents over feeding and ball breakage ~ the belt system is also ultra quiet. The RIP drive system is great for pre-loading your feed necks stack, for a strong ability to lay more paintballs down field on those all important breaks. The RIP drive is also a must have for those unexpected "low battery" situation. When the batteries go down, you can now manually feed your gun and keep yourself in the game or unfeed a jammed ball. Next, the Victory board! WOOT! This electrical upgrade turns your Halo into a hyper paintball spitting crazy machine. Several different feed rates are available to program in at your request. This board will make your paintball loader's feed up to 35 ball per second. That should be enough to flood any paintball gun with enough paint to lay down a serious stream of unpassable punishment for any competitor to yell paint check. The Halo B w/RIP and Victory Board is commonly available in blue, red, clear, smoke, and black. This loader is usually found for about $110-$125 but has been dropping in price as they get older..
Pinokio Paintball Loader
The Pinokio Paintball Loader is one of the craziest and most efficient designs ever incorporated into a top mount paintball feed system. The standard nose cone provides a 250 ball capacity. Tell a few lies, snap on Pinokio's growing nose and you have a 400 ball hoarding capacity to keep any gun fueled for non-stop paintball spraying without the interruption of podding. (A note: I can't help but think about this loader looking like a bayonet for charging your competitor with.) The ultra light weight design comes in at about 1 pound! Wow, right? The feed system will pop paintballs down to your gun at 30 balls per second for a no starvation feel. With a simple tap of the activation button, the hopper powers on or off and has a continuous LED displayed to let you confidently know its current state of power. It's unique membrane activated paddle feed conserves the two 9 volt batteries with 15,000+ fed paintballs per set battery life. The feed paddles only run when the hopper senses the balls moving through the breach. The battery access door is a secure slide off design that requires no tools and will not leave you searching around for that screw you lost. The optional nose piece is included, and is a quick(tool less) snap off and snap on design. Break some crappy brittle paintballs in your hopper? No problem, snap off the nose piece and reach in with a towel to easily clean it out in a hurry. The reinforced feed neck mounts this paintball loader in a 'swept back' mounting position. The front profile of this hopper is surprisingly small. Putting the longer nose on, only makes the front target of this hopper more sleek. This is a must have for back players and serious scenario warriors. Commonly available in Black, Smoke and Clear ~ $150 or less.
VLocity Select Force Paintball Loaders
The VLocity Select Force Paintball Loader is a great contender for under $100. It has a 28 ball per second feed rate with 7 adjustable ball stack settings. The electronically controlled, auto-reversing, anti-jam propeller drive system keeps oddly shaped paintballs from clogging. The system runs on two 9 volt batteries and is controlled by a reprogramable chip that uses a two vision eye system. A toggle on/off switch and mode button illuminate a LED that can quickly tell you what mode your in and indicate your state of power. It comes in as one of the lightest paintball loaders on the market at about 1 pound. The standard VLocity Select Force has a 200 ball capacity. But wait! There is more! WOOT! A Dynasty version of the VLocity Select Force Paintball Loader! Add about $30 and you get; better battery life, a super Ninja spring force feed paddle, a new program chip with 4 modes of ball stack pressure and 3 ball jam settings, a very handy jammed ball eject button(you have to yell, "GET OUT", when you use it), a improved four vision eye system with greatly increased tuneability(is that a word?) and sensitivity, a shielded toggle on/off switch, and an all important low battery life indicator. This loader is commonly available in Black and Smoke. It typically sells for $99(standard) and $130(Dynasty model). SHOOT 'EM UP!!
VLocity JR Paintball Loader
The VLocity JR Paintball Loader is the younger invention of the standard Vlocity series. It's an ultra light weight design and more affordable than most other loaders in it's price range. The spring loaded three prong feed paddle is run by a reprogramable software that is anti-jam friendly with the ability to auto reverse. The double vision system keeps it feeding an impressive 20 paintballs per second on your gun and a 25 balls per second free fall. The 180 ball capasity shell holds two 9 volt batteries in the front and the electronics in the rear. The top is host to one of the larges openings for slamming pods in during adreniline charges emergency reloads in cramped spots. The JR is available in Black and Smoke but has aftermarket shells in Red, Blue and Camo! There are a few after market chips to improve feed rates, battery life, and most include adjustable ball stack pressures. Viewloader VLocity JR Paintball Loaders can commonly be found for under $80.
BT Rip Clip Paintball Loader
BT is definitely a paintball players dream come true. They came out with the Rip Clip paintball loader for the Tippmann 98, the BT-4 and for their TM line up of markers. It's a loader that uses the HALO technology to hyper feed your scenario marker. The feed system is triggered by sound, so every time you fire your marker, the loader spins the feed mechanism. When not feeding, it goes into a standby mode(to save batteries) and is ready to leap into action to feed your hungry gun at the next battle. The batteries should last you at least 8000 shots. The BT Rip Clip usually sells for $75-$80.
Viewloader Evlution 3 Paintball Loader
The ViewLoader eVLution 3 Paintball Loader has been seen on fields for years. It's been a popular choice for it consistent strong performance. The 23 balls per second has kept up with most guns and it's reinforced feed neck keeps it in service for a long time. The new Z board technology that has been integrated by ViewLoader increased the feed rate to 23+ balls per second. It comes with a flexible anti-jam soft feed paddle that insures a smooth flow of paintballs into your gun. This paintball loader holds about 200 balls and allows quick loading with a quick pop open lid that rotates up out of the way. Colors include: Black, Smoke and Clear. Price on the ViewLoader eVLution 3 Paintball Loader is around $60.
The Kingman Fasta LCD Paintball Loader
The Kingman Fasta Paintball Loader is available in a 9 volt led, 18 volt led or 18 volt lcd version. The led offers a simple on/off one button operation with a steady 'power on' indicator. The LCD version is equip with an adjustable game timer capable of alert sounds, a self-diagnostic mode to check circuit board state of health and an emergency agitation for a quicker burst of fire on breaks. The 18 volt series is capable of feeding your paintball gun at 30+ balls per second, with the 9 volt feed rate at 15 balls per second. It's light weight durable 230 ball capacity shell construction is about one pound with batteries installed. Battery replacement is done with out the need for tools, the rear battery door simply slides out of the way. All models have a low battery indicator that will warn you about 1500 shots before the battery is dead. Kingman designed this paintball loaders unique feed neck to eliminate the 'popcorn' effect that common designs fall prey to. The Kingman Fasta is available in Smoke and Black for about $80(LCD), $70(LED) and $60(9v).
Viewloader Revolution Eye Force Paintball Loader
Viewforce is the king of paintball loader models. They have introduced a model for everyone in paintball, from scenario, entry level and top tournament players. The Revolution Eye Force Paintball Loader is a great choice for any of those type of playing environments. This paintball loader feeds at 20 balls per second on marker rate, has a 200 ball capacity and its 3 blade spring loaded feed paddle provides instant anti-jam abilities. The Double Vision system is compatible with any paintball shell color. The Active Eye Force systems operates the motor only when paintballs are needed and runs on two 9 volt batteries with a low bat' indicator. The Revolution Eye Force comes in black, smoke and camo colors and can be found for under $50.
Tippmann AL200 Paintball Loader
Tippmann stepped into the world of paintball loaders a few years ago with the SL/AL200 Loader series. What a perfect way to complement your Tippmann gun by putting a matching loader on top. Two different options and price ranges, with the SL being a bit more pricy and holding a few more options: 15 balls per second, anti-jam technology, and 'Bend Sensor' anti-blind to paintball color ability. The AL provides about 10 balls per second and has a 200 round capacity. The AL200 typically sells for $30 while the SL200 is $60. These paintball hoppers are only available in black.
Viewloader Revolution 12v w/X-Board Paintball Loader
The Viewloader Revolution 12 Volt w/ X-Board Paintball Loader is an absolute classic. Most people have had one of these on top of their paintball guns at one point or another. It's a great backup, very affordable and performs great for the money. Almost everyone I know in paintball started out with one of these on their Tippmann or Spyder before stepping up to a higher end gun. The 12v Revy got an upgrade along the way with the X-board electronics. It has anti-jamming technology and a reliable consistent 16-19 ball per second feed rate. For newer paintballers, this is an obvious choice and a good one at that. The revy will handle lots of play time and take the abuse well too. This paintball loader comes in too many colors to list. There are a couple of aftermarket shell producers that can create custom colors and camo. It's one of the best priced loaders at about $30.
The VL200 Paintball Loader
The VL200 Paintball Loader is the ultimate low end paintball hopper. No power, gravity fed, drip balls into your gun system. I've seen a person run out of paintballs, pull off their VL200, and throw it down field. Not sure what the rational behind that was, but I laughed for about five minutes. This loader is commonly included with lower end guns as the 'stock' hopper. It works fine and isn't a bad thing to keep around for those strange emergencies. You can only buy this in black and it's usually priced about $6-$10.
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Posted by Redwood