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Grover Tuesday, July 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
lots of paint
Marker Setup: AKA Minicocker, WGP chrome hinge/3-way/STO ram/inline reg, Madman valve/springs, Shocktech bolt/beavertail, KAPP drop/LPR, AA raptor tank, Macro line, Micro gauge(input psi)
.687, I was shooting a .688 and could blow it out pretty easily
Strengths: Neon fill is very brite, thin shelled, nice seam, shoots very straight
Weaknesses: Personally I would like a thicker waxy fill with a split colored shell
Review: I won a case of this paint at a tourney, while shooting the lower grade tear. I don't like the single color shell, and thought the fill was a bit runny. It does shoot very straight though and is easy to see break with the neon fill. I have actually played a game to test breaks on people at range. I think it will be okay though, as it is very thin shelled. I hope I don't have a problem with barrel breaks. Not sure on price, as it was won.
Conclusion: Very brite fill, shoots straight, would be better with a split color shell though in my opinion

Would be a great paint for low light games, like indoor or with blacklights!
8 out of 10

Review Comments
csmith1199 Thursday, August 10th, 2006 | 11:06 pm PST
I'm pretty good buddies with our local distributor (Rip is the only paint my team uses), and I asked him about the multi colored shells like the Tear. He said the reason they make the tournament grade paint solid bright colored shells, is because a lot of the higher end guns use infared eyes instead of break beam, and those eyes can't see the darker shells that most of the Tear paint has. The metallic orange shell has kind of grown on me anyways, it looks good in the hopper, and the fill in Rip undoubtedly makes up for the single color shell.

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