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Toby16custom Thursday, November 17th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
3 years
Products Used:
Devient (zap fleetfarm brand) its alright but is stored in the store to long
Marker Setup: Stock diablo wrath, crossfire nitro tank and PMI and Evil Driver 14"(nice) halo tsa.

Evil Driver,stock 98 custom,smart parts freak kit works great, as well as ion and wrath stock barrels. works well with spyders barrels as well.
Strengths: Cheap
Decent fill
Shoot great out of very expensive as well as cheap guns
Weaknesses: Um non really they stay fresh for a preety long time.
Review: These balls you can get for under 30.00 at fleetfarm i have alot of time playing paintball using many balls as well as being in tournaments as well as local play, these balls compare to evil when we talk of overall quality (evil has nicer fill) but the shells are amazing on these balls. Buy these over anything else you will not be disapointed, i shoot these out of 4 guns a BKO,my wrath,my bros spyder,as well as my 98 custom i have never had a bad bunch at all. My rating is 11/10
Conclusion: Buy them over any other brand i would trust these in any play, to bad tourneys buy xpensive paint cause if i could byop this is what i would use.
10 out of 10

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