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Unregistered User Wednesday, June 6th, 2001
Strengths: -They Rock
-They're Bright
-Hard too wipe
-Over 1000 rounds shot=no breaks
-Every person I hit with these went out because they break EVERY time
-The fill smells like bubblegum
-Tastes like bubblegum (I know, Because it splattered into my mouth!)
-Only 40 dollars
Weaknesses: -Smells bad
-Very small bore size (.675 to be exact, I checked 5 of them to see what the bore size was.)
Conclusion: When I went playing yesterday me and my friends used about 800 rounds, all in different barrels, the barrels we shot them out of were;
-Stock Tippmann
-Stock F4 Illustrator
-Stock Spyder
-J&J Ceramic
Every one of these barrels shot them straight on and of course had no ball breaks. That tells you somthing, People say that the colors are stupid, but i think they're wrong because the refs and you can see them plain as day. You'll know when your out! As for the smell, who cares, its paintball. These, in my opinion kick the sh*t out of marbs proball,and RP Premium. But that's my take on them. Go out and get a case for yourself, for 40 dollars you wont be let down.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:26 am PST

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