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scope7tango Thursday, September 23rd, 2004
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
6 months3 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Competitive Edge, Nelson White Box, Other Practice Paints
Marker Setup: 2003 Angel Speed Black Dust
Smart Parts 16in Freak System
WGP Black Magic Chrome Reg
WDP Ram Toolkit Black
KAPP Volumizer Red
32 Degrees On/Off Red
Shocktech Mini Drop #2 Red
Reloader B Diamond Black
Freak Barrel System
Hammerhead Barrel System
Evil Pipe Kit
Titanium Products Kit
Empire Kit
Dye Ultralight Kit
Strengths: The price of these paintballs are incredibley cheap.
Weaknesses: Shell
Fill is water
Melt in the Heat
Review: To start off, I am the manager at a field in Pennsylvania. We use this paint on our target range, so keep in mind that I am not talking about just one case. I am talking about around 5 skids of this paint:

Our target range is set up with 6 stationary Tippmanns or Spyders that shoot anywhere from 95 to 150 fps. These guns are adjusted down to save air and to reduce breaking. Each gun sees around 1200-5000 paintballs a day. Each person using each gun, gets around 100 paintballs to fire at a single session, and they each experience at least 2-5 breaks.

One might say that it is the barrels, but the barrels are all perfect and cleaned after each use. Others might say that it is the storage of the paint, but it is not. The paint is stored and shipped properly, and there are still massive problems with it.
Conclusion: While we do tend to abuse the paint and paintball markers that we use, this paint really is bad. It is very large and tends to break often. As speeds approach over 200 fps, you will see increased breaking, without the sign of clearing up, no-matter what gun or barrel that you use. Seriously reconsider buying this paint, especially if you are using it for anything more than target shooting.
4 out of 10

Review Comments
Psycho_warden Friday, September 30th, 2005 | 9:01 pm PST
"Melt in the Heat"

I havnt found a paint that, dont you feel smart.

smurfypballer12 Monday, October 16th, 2006 | 3:02 pm PST
this is inaccurate because this a quality mix of all the draxxus paint, how can you say that the fill is water! that is ridiculous, this fill is better than most paints out their, yes it comes in a white box but it is all the high quality paints at a fraction of the cost order some from b/c they are the only place i know that has them and they are only $30

PatrickBuddy Friday, January 5th, 2007 | 6:08 pm PST
"The fill is water" Uhh.. No.

They melt in the heat? Oh REALLY? Gelatin + Heat = Melting? Hmm...Just MAYBE

arrowheadtk Monday, August 6th, 2007 | 1:46 pm PST
I ran a case thru my A5,w/flatline barrel ,E-Grip,and never had a ball break, I feel that is
as good as it gets!

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