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PB Professor Saturday, January 28th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
RPS Marballizers
Game Face Scorch
PMI Premium
WPN Atomic
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5
Lapco Bigshot 12"
Lapco Bigshot
Any decent .689 cal barrels
Strengths: Accurate
Somewhat Inexpensive
Tournament Grade
No Chop
Many Breaks
Weaknesses: None
Review: Proto is known for its impressive line of markers, apparel, masks, and other marker accessories. Being a division of Dye, you know that it is a great company. But only recently, Proto has come out with a paintball model. Proto paint is the only type of paint that Proto has, at the moment. It doesn't need any other models of paint, for this paint is very decent.

The "Darts" have many qualities matching other tournament paint, making them a great choice for all types of paintballers. Here are some of the many advantages of "Darts"

"Darts" are very well made paintballs. They are not deformed. There are no defects. Because of these aspects, the "Darts" are very accurate in terms of the ball's trajectory. I have an A5 with a Lapco Bigshot, (See my review) and have received multiple recommendations for using "Darts" with the barrel. One of my teammates lent me some Proto as a pay back for me lending him RPS Marballizers. Whenever I shot, the "Darts" would go in the same place every time, because my barrel is 99.9% consistent. This resulted in multiple headshots in multiple games of speedball.

When one of your "Darts" hits someone and breaks, it leaves a bright orange mark on them. This mark is very easy for both you and the refs to see. It is a personalized kill mark that stands out very well.

Whenever my "Darts" hit someone, the ball would break. This quality is essential from long distances. Now, I was playing speedball, meaning always CQB, but the balls still broke everytime. Proto doesn't merely break though, it explodes, just like tournament paint should.

Three words. No chops period.

Conclusion: The best paint out there for a very decent price. 2000 rounds for about $45 in my area of Southern California. Good Job Proto.
10 out of 10

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