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MouseOfWar Tuesday, April 6th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Team Colors, Marbilizers, PPC generics
Marker Setup: ---Tippmann M98 Sniper---
Tippmann 98 Custom
Flatline Barrel
M98 f/x stock
remote coil
Recommended
Barrels:
Flatlines definitely liked this paint(read below to find out why).
As for other barrels, they seem to work just the same.
Strengths: +Very good price
+accurate
+with the Flatline barrel, never chopped
Weaknesses: Other people say(I dont agree):
-Breaks easily
-inconsistent and inaccurate
Review: Paintball isn't a cheap sport. Between admission, paint, food, and the cost of gas to get to a good paintball field, it can run you up around $100 dollars. Therefore, people try to cut back cost on anything and everything.

My friends took me to a local store in Corona to buy paint. I didn't have a lot of money on me and I noticed everyone in the store was carrying off boxes of these Zap Primers, the cheapest paint in the store. I bought one to try it out, expecting it to shoot pretty pathetically, no better than the generic paintballs i bought at PPC.

When i played, this ball just overwhelmed my expectations. The shots were extremely accurate and consistent. With my flatline barrel, I can hit the same spot two times in a row(keep in mind the Flatline has very little recoil compared to some of the other guns, so this might not apply to others). The whole day I didn't chop a single ball. A friend of mine running a Spyder TL, with lots of mods, chopped one up but told me that was only because he was doing a 6 shot burst.
Conclusion: This is definitely the paint to go if you want affordability without sacrificing performance. I personally think that anyone that complains of chopped balls or inconsistent shot is blaming the wrong stuff. Perhaps they should get a new barrel or even a new gun!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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