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harrald Saturday, November 6th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
6 months
Products Used:
PMI, Zaps, Night Cats and Diablo
Marker Setup: 98 custom, 14" Classic CP barrel, 14" LongBow barrel, CO2 and Remote line
Strengths: Price?
Weaknesses: Green are to brittle, Fill is thin, most balls had more air than paint.
Review: We tried the pink and green balls today. 2 cases of each were fired by 4 people. The results were the same on all guns.

The green ones were worthless. They broke as you filled hopper or pods. The ones that didn't break during loading would break as they were fired. After trying these balls using both barrels listed above, we gave up. One other player had a low pressure setup and we asked him to shoot a hopper full during a game. Even the LP marker shattered these balls. We tried dropping the balls from as low as 4 feet off the ground and they would break each time. Since we used 2 cases of green, I don't believe this was a fluke.

The pink ones were much different. They flew straight and only broke on what we shot at. They were not as brittle as the green.
Conclusion: Avoid the green balls at all costs. The pink balls are an "OK" ball for the price.
3 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, November 6th, 2004 at 6:12 pm PST

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