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DYEkidGOTgame Monday, April 19th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
Nelson, whitebox, big ball.
Marker Setup: '03 red vert feed WGP cocker, chrome spycho ballistics drop, clear evo2, PMI 48/3000. soon to come-dye 14" boomstick, shochtech bomb 3-way-chrome, ANS Jackhammer-crome,Nexus qev's and ram chrome. Couple months will have e-blade.
Dye boomstick, Smart Parts Freak system, Evil Pipe.
Strengths: -price
Weaknesses: -shell strength
-always curves
-easily breaks
-doesn't shoot far as it should.
Review: I think this has to be the one of the worst paintballs, it always seemed to always either break in my gun or it curved all the time! I would not recemened these paintballs to anyone. I always had to take my gun apart and clean after every game, and it was not good because i am a tourny player and I was just lucky that it was my team practice. My sponsership gave me these paintballs for free and he told me they were good but they are not so do not buy these paintballs if you want to ACTUALLY BE ABLE TO SHOOT PEOPLE!
Conclusion: Do not buy it they suck! They curve and breal in your gun. Do not buy them if you dont want to clean your gun every game!
1 out of 10

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