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impulse37248 Thursday, October 21st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
jt, various field paints, brass eagle, pmi.....the list keeps going
Marker Setup: Impulse Vision, Voodoo delrin bolt, ndz hammer, eclipse blade, sp titanium pull pin, freak 14 inch, SP mini max flo, ICD clamping rise, psychoballistics drop with on/off
Recommended
Barrels:
I like it im my freak, i had an all american and it shot excellent, my stock progressive, plastic tubes, works in most
Strengths: See review body
Weaknesses: See review body
Review: pros and cons

pros
Venom isnt dark colored so your guns and hoppers eyes can see it, not usually dimpled, two tone, toothpaste like thick fill, comes in different colors : )

cons
I played an outdoor fall tourney , in the morning it was like 40* and it shot like field paint.
I have seen dimples the size of craters from time to time.
Not much

I have played numerous tournament with this stuff and i really like it. It shoots straight and breaks on the guy, not in your barrel.
Conclusion: This is very nice paint, use it and enjoy it.

-suzie
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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