It's Back, the JT Revolution Loader Overview

Hey everyone, it's Tony from Lone Wolf Paintball, and today I want to discuss the brand new JT Revolution Hopper that was recently released. You can find these hoppers at If you've been out of the loop or you're new to the sport, the JT Revolution Hopper has been around since the '90s. Back then, it was popular with players using auto mags, auto cockers, and old school Shockers.

I've got one here in the olive color, but it's also available in black and smoke. It's a nostalgic feeling for me since I grew up shooting one of these bad boys. The capacity is 180 rounds, and it operates on two nine-volt batteries located in the back tray. It can feed up to 12 balls per second, making it a reliable choice.

Taking a closer look, it features a spring-loaded lid for easy reloading, and you might be able to fit a universal speed feed on it. We'll be testing that in another video, so stay tuned. The two-shell design allows for easy disassembly and cleaning, which is great for maintenance.

The hopper has a simple toggle switch for on and off, and it uses a propeller system that stops spinning when no ball is detected. There's also a low battery indicator next to the toggle switch, so you'll know when it's time to change the batteries.

I also want to mention that the smooth sides of this hopper make it perfect for stickers. It practically begs for some customization, and back in the day, players used to cover these hoppers with all sorts of stickers. It's a sticker hog!

Before I wrap up, considering the resurgence of 10-man and mechanical play, these hoppers are a perfect fit. They can keep up with any firing rate, and in the next video, we'll put it to the test against ramping nxl 10.3. If you're interested in picking up this hopper, it's priced at $49.95, and you can find it at See you in the next one!