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Scherping19 Sunday, August 22nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Core- Bad
RPS Flash- BAD!!
Zap Tork-Awesome...Just like this product
Marker Setup: Spyder Imagine 2K4- Green

-Custom Products Classic One Piece .689 Barrel- Satin Black
-Shocktech LPC- Silver Satin
-Maddman's Spring Kit
-Shocktech Super Fly Bolt
-New Designz Low Clamping Feedneck-Black
-CP Drop Adapter
-Shocktech Micro Drop & On/Off Combo-Black
-New Designz HP Valve
-Modded VA
-Modded Trigger
-Halo TSA LCD Backman- Black
-12oz co2
.687-.689 Barrel
CP 1 piece
Strengths: Accurate
Cool Fill
Sweet Shell
Not a single break
Weaknesses: Bounce
Review: ----These paintballs are pretty good. About the same, or a little better, than Draxxus Midnight. The Lava/Orange shell is kick a**. The fill is also semi-thick. The price is ok., $20.00 for 1000. I didn't have a single break out of 1000 balls. The shell is soo tough. The only bad thing about these are that they do not break on target most of time.
They are also very accurate.
Conclusion: Overal, a good product. 4 Shell/Fill colors to choose from and no chops. Accurate!
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, August 12th, 2005 at 12:34 pm PST

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