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clown_13_2001 Thursday, April 29th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
-BE Afterburner
-Nelson nel-splat
-Blue Streak
Marker Setup: -Spyder Victor II
-12" Red Custom Products One Piece Barrel .689
-Red/Black 12 Volt Revolution X-board
-20 oz. Pure Energy co2
small to medium bore
Strengths: -accurate
-small size
-nice fill
-easily found
Weaknesses: -has dimples
-some broken in box
-kind of expensive for wal-mart paint
Review: This is some of my favorite paint. It is the most accurate out of all the paint I have used. The small size of it fits my barrel perfectly. Its fill is very bright, but can be wiped easily. The shell is also very nice. I have had one break in my barrel and only a couple of bounces. You can find this paint at any wal-mart. Now for the weaknesses. Just about every paintball has dimples on them, although it hardly effects performance. Every box I have bought has had at least one broken ball in it. They are also pretty expensive compared to the other wal-mart paint.
Conclusion: This is a must buy. At least try it out, and then you will love them.
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, May 26th, 2004 at 6:34 am PST

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