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Vintage Motorized USI Paintball Loader

Here is a look at The Ultimate Sport Inc.’s (USI’s) motorized loader from the mid 1990s. This loader does work and it can be seen (and heard because it’s really loud) operating in this video. In the video I’m shooting a Southern Pneumatic’s Phoenix (which is over pressurizing and needs a rebuild). Watch me shoot that Phoenix with USI Loader on top at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqYemNWx22g

The actual motor assembly and battery bracket look identical to what came on Viewloader’s first VL-2000 which likely debut’s slightly before USI’s loader.

Because of the very close resemblance to Viewloader’s components I actually am wondering if USI purchased the components from Viewloader but the likelihood is that USI just ripped off viewloader’s design.

I would guess this USI loader debuted in 1994/95? 

Find more videos on paintball loaders at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfUA4JKBsCgPsSQxz8zkk4e9

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