Review: Trinity “Tac Cap” Cyclone Feed Adapter

Trinity “Tac Cap” Cyclone Feed Adapter

Do you have a Tippmann Cyclone feeder on your marker? Do you wish that you could lower the marker’s profile? Well now you can with the Trinity “Tac Cap” Cyclone Feed Adapter. It has the potential to be one of the coolest upgrades for your Tippmann A5, X7, or of course another marker that has the Cyclone Feed System upgrade added to the marker. Yet, is it worthy of a purchase? Find out in our review below!

Nobody enjoys having a huge hopper in their face while they are playing a match. It’s annoying and can make you an easy target. And when you get hit in the hopper? Forget about it: get ready to have a bad time.

The Trinity “Tac Cap” Cyclone Feed Adapter fixes this by providing the following features:

  • User sizeable
  • Designed using durable, military-grade materials.
  • Easily cut into three different heights.Designed using durable, military-grade materials.
    • Accommodating 30, 40, or 50 rounds
  • Again, fits any market fitted with a cyclone feed system or cyclone offset adapter.

Unfortunately, the Trinity “Tac Cap” Cyclone Feed Adapter snaps off and on quite easily. Thus, you may experience the adapter popping off a little too easily for your liking. If you want it more snug, attaching a bit of electrical tape easily solves the problem. Would it be better if you didn’t have to apply a little ‘hack’ to the product? Absolutely, but for a cool $20, it’s hard to complain.

Overall, you’re getting a serious bang for your buck with the Trinity “Tac Cap” Cyclone Feed Adapter. No, it isn’t perfect, but for the price it’s impossible to complain about it. Check out our video review here to learn more about this awesome adapter, and click here to buy it for yourself!

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