The TFX 3 is the biggest change we have seen to the loader yet. The TFX 2 was nearly the same hopper as the TFX just with a reachable battery, now the TFX 3 has a whole host of new features.
The Spire IR is based on the original Spire design, it’s been on the market a long time and it was due for a refresh. Even though the hopper was an older design it still worked great, but had a few weak spots. The Spire IR 2 now has a similar shell closure to the Bunkerkings CTRL and a lighter weight drive cone.
A few weeks back Virtue released the and. There was a lot of uproar because the Ace features some plastic parts that Virtue did not disclose in the product description. The Ace has plastic on the fore-grip as well as the backcap.
The Virtue Spire IV has leaked. The Spire IV is Virtues latest loader in its long line of high-end paintball hoppers. The Spire IV is the continuation of the very popular Spire III, the Spire III debuted Virtue’s hinge design and introduced the newer drive cone.
The end of the year! There are my top picks in paintball right now. December 31st 2019. Some of the picks below like the EMek were a no brainer, but other categories like masks and packs are not so easy.
This is the age of the affordable high performance paintball hopper. There are more options now than there ever has been. With hoppers like the HK Army Speed, Spire IR and Rotor LT-R, deciding on which to buy can be a difficult task. youtu.be/cJii6HfevM0 Lets take a look at the two top dogs the Dye Rotor LT-R and the Virtue Spire IR.
youtu.be/cPIWWM663uM Deciding what paintball hopper to pick can be a pain! There are many different paintball loaders on the market, that fit many different budgets and markers. No matter if you have an Empire Mini GS or a Planet Eclipse 170R choosing the right hopper can make a break your gun’s performance. ➖ My Paintball Gear ➖ JT Revolution ➡ bit.ly/2YP1rsx Dye Rotor LTR ➡ bit.ly/2H6KwGN HK Army Speed ➡ bit.ly/2z06Xcg Virtue Spire IR ➡…