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Bigbadfish Tuesday, June 14th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Zap, Bonus Ball, Perfection, Dusk, Blaze, Midnight, wild streak/othe BE crap (YUK!!!)
Marker Setup: Pirahna E-force w/ G3 body, Boss bolt, Boss blade trigger, Boss flush cocking system, 32 degree springs, Evil Detonator regulator Java 68/3k (yuck, soon to be replaced) and anxiously awaiting the release of the T-board for fish
Any that can propperly match bore size.
Strengths: PRICE, no chops, no bounces, and decent fill
Weaknesses: Sometimes curve.
Review: Well I just headed out last weekend and decided to give these a try. They were TIGHT! I am pretty much a low budget baller and so I never spent more than $45 a case, but I have had the opportunity to try other paints and this has been the best so far. They are pretty consistant, though every now and then one will decide to go where it want, not where I aim.....but that is pretty rare. My favorite part is the shell. It feels pretty hard and brittle, andI accidently dropped a couple in the gravel from about 3 feet and some actually broke open. Being so brittle, you would think that this could be a problem in the gun....NOPE. I only chopped in the breach one time all day and that was because my warp gave out half way through a round and I had to use my vl200....a bad idea with an electronic trigger. Sounds like a blender doesn't it? Believe it or not....I was able to shoot pretty decently even with goo dripping out of my barrel. The range went to crap but consistancy wasn't effected near as much as other paints I have used. I love the price too. I got them for $35 a case!!! (i think they were supposed to be$45, but I'm not complaining) ;) The only gripe I have is that I did have some issues with it and my barrel....But since my barrel is a cheap little tru-flight I'll leave it to you to decide where to place the blame :D

So 4 of us head out last Saturday and 2 of us are shooting Toxic, the other 2 forked out 52 bucks for Worr Perfection (the highest rated (on pbreview) paint available in San Diego. I won't say too much about that paint since thats not what I am reviewing here, but I will say that by the end of the day all 4 of us were sold on the toxic. A Fully tricked out Pirahna warp feed on HPA, a basic Pirahna vl200 on CO2, a Spyder Rodeo Revy on CO2, and a Tippy A5 with both CO2 and HPA each played a couple of games with these (total 3,000 rounds), and NO CHOPS when used propperly. As of today....THIS IS MY PAINT.
Conclusion: Awesome stuff. I'm sure there is better out there, but you'll never find it for less than $60....if that low I give it a 9.7 because it was better than the 9.6 rated Worr Perfection, but since I can't do decimals....I call it a 10!
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, June 16th, 2005 at 6:48 am PST

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