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OneEyedZiggy Sunday, March 28th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
eggs, egg yolks.
Marker Setup: Spyder sonix, CMI Remote, 20oz PMI CO2, and a 32 Degrees Terminator barrel;
ACI Hornet wint a 50 round hopper, and quickchange CO2 adapter
Recommended
Barrels:
paper towel tube. (i used a terminator to spray these)
Strengths: Guarenteed to break, even if shot from 100 yards on a 45 degree angle.
Weaknesses: the shell, the seam (contrary to the their description at the top) their existance.
Review: OH MY G () |>, THESE ARE THE WORST, every 50'th ball or so breaks, and causes the next ten to break if you dont realize it immediately. i'm sure that if you got a case of paintballs for $10 and left them in the sun for a year, they would be worse, but the ones i used had been kept cool and dry and were bad. my brass eagle paint balls that were sitting in my bedroom for a year shot soooooo much better than these.
Conclusion: just fill your hopper with marbalizers, crack an egg into it, then shake and you'll have these.
Rating:
3 out of 10
 

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