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southern_pber Saturday, January 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
scorch, blue streak (sucked)
Marker Setup: tippmann 98 (stock)
the stock tippmann barrel seem the perfect size for this paint it might have been a little bit small
Strengths: great price ( 30$ for two 2000)
Very widely sold
Shoots straight and with some distance

Weaknesses: thin shell
boring fill
thin fill
Not ment for long term storage.
Review: The thing that lead me to these balls was really the price. i had bought these to use as target paint. the thing that really prompted me to use them as rec paint was the fact that they proformed well on the range. the only marker config i have ever shot these with was a stock tippmann it preformed surpriseing well (despite what my friends said beforehand of corse). my friends shot them with a-5's and a diablo and the preformace there varied greatly. these balls are some of the best CHEAP paint you can easily buy for the 98. i really never chop very many of these balls and have shot upwards of 4000, although the dexterity of the balls to go with time.
Conclusion: I would recommend this paint.
8 out of 10

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