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hugh jass103 Saturday, May 22nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Severe(good paint), PMI Premiums(shot better and less chops), Inferno(good and accurate but didn't like colder weather)
Marker Setup: Kingman Fenix, 20oz co2, redz 2.1with redz belt, shocktech lp chamber, ricochet ak, coil remote, 32 Degrees Night Stick, New Designz High Performance Valve, Shocktech Super-fly Bolt
Recommended
Barrels:
stock Fenix barrel put them pretty close together 32 degrees barrel kept them about the same
Strengths: marks good
flew pretty straight

Weaknesses: chopped some
seemed like they wanted to stick togther a little
Review: These balls are not horrible balls but they were not that great. They liked to stick to each other almost and wouldn't really feed fast enough. They kept getting chopped and that made me mad. With the Night Stick barrel they flew pretty far and were more accurate at about 7-8 balls a second then at 1 or less. I had the gun in a vise and tried it, they were just more consistent that way. stock barrel wasn't like that it was the exact opposite. i know that the stock barrel is .689 and the night stick i think is just a bit smaller. These balls had a great fill that would show up really well, although it wasn't that thick. i got these as a gift for my birthday and was happy for paint, i might buy them over some paint but they really aren't that bad.
Conclusion: I would say that if these are the cheapest where you buy paint to go ahead and get them but if there are other ones cheaper you could go for them. but if money isn't much of a concern or if you are like me and would rather have balls that you can depend on and have them take less amounts to hit somebody then pay more.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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