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Killerjedi Wednesday, January 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
6 months
Products Used:
Marker Setup: i have a blue superstock '03 WGP auto cocker with a worr blade, full Nexis kit and a Nexis LPR, CP reg, CP on off, with a freak kit with a SS back at 16 and 18 front with a 3000 psi cross fire tank going to get a low pressure soon and i have a egg but i am going to get a empire halo from a pro player mad cheep.
Strengths: It is warm
The knuckle protectors work well
Weaknesses: It soaks up lots of paint
Had to cut the fingers for speed ball
Review: They work well for when you are playing out doors but since i have started to play more speed ball and am getting on a team they do not work that well when playing speed ball since i am sliding a lot with my hands on the ground with all the broken paint from the games before me and on the bunkers
Conclusion: Over all over these are good gloves but they do have some weakness for playing speed ball but they have served me well but if you are planing to use them for speed ball where you need to shoot fast you thought cut the index and middle fingers at the knuckles
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, February 6th, 2005 at 10:03 pm PST

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