There are many different types of loaders in paintball. There are gravity-fed loaders, magfed loaders (magazines), electronic loaders (low-mid-high range) and then there’s the Virtue Spire IV. Okay.. I may be exaggerating a little bit here, but the performance of the...
While the original Dye Rotor is definitely great hopper to own, it isn’t always the best when it comes to loading soft or brittle paint. Luckily for us, not only has the problem with jamming been fixed in the Dye Rotor R2,...
With paintball guns already being fairly expensive, there’s just no need to go out and spend over a $100 on a loader when just starting out. Especially when you consider that the Empire Halo Too delivers 90% of the...
Paintball loaders have dramatically dropped in price in the past five years alone. While it used to cost around $150 - $200 to purchase a high-end paintball loader, now you can buy yourself one of the best paintball loaders on...