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Old 10-24-2008, 08:20 AM
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Default Dye Rotor > curret hoppers?

I was for a long time looking foward to save up for a qloader but now that I have seen the Rotor I have to say bye bye to that Q dream.
  • its the lowest profile of hoppers(sept Q) out there
  • It'll be fast enough to keep up when I run full Auto, early user reviews while dont show it at 50pbs like dye says but have been clocked @ 45/40bps
  • I personaly love the look
  1. if what it says is correct the battery life is outstanding
  • wacthing the videos on how it breaks down is truely inventive

yes i know the price tag is $30less then what I paid for my mr3 but my mr3 isnt going anywhere and needs a good hopper. Since I play on fields where marker hits count low is great. If I combined this with the trinity feed neeck im gunna rock socks. My only issue is color.
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Old 10-24-2008, 09:17 AM
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Default Re: Dye Rotor > curret hoppers?

Just want to say this. Low profile of a loader is not really a big deal, unless you have an abnormally small head. If you are holding you marker correctly and sighting down the barrel, your loader should be right in front of your goggles. So if the shot would have hit the top of your loader, now it will gogg you instead. Leading out of a bunker of obstacle with your loader is just asking to get taken out.


Either way it is a nice loader, I would wait to see some real world reviews and makes sure all the kinks are worked out.

Just my .02
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Old 10-24-2008, 04:32 PM
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Default Re: Dye Rotor > curret hoppers?

If anything, try using one first and then make your decision. I'm a bit weary of it myself. Dan (Bamf) is right about the profile thing. I believe the only loader that is bad, profile wise, is the VLocity. No matter what you do, it will still stand up above your head.
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Old 10-24-2008, 06:42 PM
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Default Re: Dye Rotor > curret hoppers?

Not if you're a tall enough player.
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Old 10-25-2008, 11:13 AM
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Not if you're a tall enough player.
yea i dont think hoss would have to worry about that...





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Old 10-26-2008, 09:13 PM
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Default Re: Dye Rotor > curret hoppers?

why would you need a rotor for a mr3 if your going with the rotor you mine as well get a new gun after that because a its a waste of money if you dont actualy use it for the purpose of shooting fast
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Old 10-26-2008, 09:52 PM
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What? No recommendation to get a Timmy?

IMO, I'm going to get a Rotor. Even if it doesn't feed 50bps, the battery life is just plain incredible.
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Old 10-27-2008, 09:34 AM
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Default Re: Dye Rotor > curret hoppers?

and there are plenty of other things aswell. I will no longer need to get a better board, its got a killer low profile very easy to disasimble so cleaning (if it comes to that seeing as how it really shount be breaking balls)will be easy. Its designed with nylone so it will give more under bunker hit before it will break, the futur on customizing the shell is almost limitless. they already stated they will come oth with colored shells and more cap shells. really i could go on and on and on but im bored owning your na'saying.
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My MR3 .... Under construction
Barrel: 14" proto
Dye Rotor
Hammers 2x red dot site
MR2 stock
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Originally Posted by Paint_hore
It looks too plain for $1300. Yeah yeah performance > looks, but when you pay for a hooker I think you will pick the good looking one no matter how nice the ugly one performs. I mean after all, they both are hookers so they both will perform the task at hand.
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