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paint'em Saturday, March 26th, 2005
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Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Scorch-shoots about the same
Super Swirl- didn't like em
Big Ball- Hated them
Marker Setup: Just got an A-5
I've just used a stock barrel on my a-5 and they shot pretty good
Strengths: Bust on contact
bright fill (i like the yellow)
shoot fairly good
Weaknesses: A little pricy for the quality
Thin shell
Review: I recieved a box of these when i ordered my 98 custom (which i no longer have because i got an excellent deal on an A-5). I was glad to get them because diablos are good paintballs. I was impressed by their performance out of a tippmannn 98, but i did find that i could buy Scorch paintballs at wal-mart for a much cheaper price, and get as good or better quality. The main thing i liked about this paint was the BRIGHT yellow fill, I have seen other brands of yellow paint, but this was the brightest and hardest to wipe. The brittle shells was bad for woodsball, but i like it for speedball because there are no limbs to chop your paint.
Conclusion: Overall Formula 13s have their goods and bads, if they were cheaper i would buy them over Scorch, but they aren't, so i give them an 8
8 out of 10

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