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Eignub Tuesday, July 27th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Brass Eagle Combo Squeege
Marker Setup: Spyder Victor II
Empire Reloader
20oz Co2
Strengths: Size, nice and small since its foldable.
Weaknesses: Flimsy construction, hard to use in field, doesn't go in barrel very well.
Review: So I go to my local wal-mart looking to buy a barrle condom and some paint to practice with and I see this squeegee. So I think "Eh, I'll try it out, for $4 it won't be a lose and how bad could it be?" Trust me, it can be very bad. Sure you think it will be nice on the field since its foldable, but it's hard to fold it out with one hand real quick, you almost have to put your gun down to use it. Than it's way oversized and hard to get to fit in any barrel. So I went back to my old BE squeegee that I had gotten with my stingray 2, much better, I'm serious.
Conclusion: Don't ever buy this, it was a good idea from VL, but just turned horribly wrong. Don't even get it as a backup. A dry paper towel that scratches your barrel would be better than this. I give it a 2 since it was an alright idea.
2 out of 10

Review Comments
indiancreekman Friday, August 17th, 2007 | 5:12 pm PST
i thought it worked fine and ive been using one since i started paintball and my speedball team uses them because theyre fast and compact and does a decent job. its easier than taking of your barrel for a run through one and theyre not as long as the straightshot ones... even though you do have to replace them every about three months if you play alot.

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