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As most of us expected, the Dye Rotor LTR, is a cheaper version of the Rotor. The Rotor LTR will retail for $99.95. The Rotor LTR is pretty much what it looks like, a rehashing of the original Dye Rotor. The LTR will comes with the same internals, tool-less design, lid, anti-jam etc. It is an original Rotor, but at a much better price. Up until now there has not been a high-endish hopper under $150. Now, there is.…

Well it was there and now it is gone…. Dye Paintball Asia ealier today took some quick video on the Dye Rotor LTR, Dye’s new paintball loader that was set to debut this coming week. Just an hour after the post went up on Instagram the video was taken down. Thankfully our friends over at Black Friday Paintball were able to grab some screenshots! In simple terms, it looks like Dye will be coming out with a…

The Valken VSL Hopper! We heard about the VSL about two weeks ago, when Valken launched their new sponsorship program VPC. At the time we reached out to Valken to try and get some info on the loader, but they were keeping very quite. UPDATE: Just got done talking with Valken. As of now there is no set release date but should be soon and should be priced at $129.99. Will run on 3 AA batteries, 200…

The PBRML Spire III Review! What happened to the Spire II? I don’t know. More details have emerged on the Spire III from Virtue. The Spire III will still use the same basic design that the original Spire used. From reading the new features the loader looks to be a big improvement over the original. New Features: LED Reload Indicator – A built in spring ramp helps the loader know when it is low on…

Virtue Spire III Details Chris Williams of Virtue Paintball posted a quick video today on PBNation showing off the new Virtue Spire. Williams had this to say – It’s significantly faster, although the most important consideration for us was no jamming, soft on paint and reliable. If you’re after speed, you’d definitely be happy though. The Spire has been out for quite a long time and it looks like it is time for a refresh.…

The GI Sportz LVL hopper will retail $154.95 and come in four colors: black with red, lime, grey, or white accents. The new hopper will be available at retailers starting in late October. If you are lucky enough to be attending the NXL World Cup, I bet you can try and snag one, as they will be showing the loader off at the tournament. Love the price point, the industry has been missing a mid-rangish hopper…

About two weeks ago the rumors started hitting the internet about GI Sportz new hopper the LVL. The LVL Is GI Sportz most recent attempt a high-end paintball hopper, the LVL is coming on the heels of the utter failure of the Pulse RDR. The Pulse RDR never got off the ground, it was hard to get a hold of and was never manufactured in numbers that made it obtainable by the average player. Yesterday we…