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diablo_freak Thursday, February 16th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
1 year
Products Used:
Diablo Blaze
Diablo Nightmare
Wild Streak ( blah )
Marker Setup: Diablo Mongoose LCD
47ci Crossfire Nitro
Empire Loader w/Rip Drive and Sound Actication
32 Degrees Quiet Riot
Strengths: Thick Shell, Breaks on Target on in Barrel. Bright Visible Paint
Weaknesses: Dimple Easily, and Not good in Cold Weather
Review: These balls are one of the best Diablo has made. The newest ones ( green shell and Bright green paint. Are the best yet. They're double shelled ( which can be good or bad ). They dont break in the barrel. The only downfall is that if ur into winter ball. There not for you. I was playing just last weekend in 20 degree weather. And everyother ball either broke, or curved like CRAZY. I was not happy.
Conclusion: If u have a tournament coming up and u want to buy these balls. I wouldnt. There not made for speedball. Id go with more high end paint ( Marbalizers, Diablo Blaze, or 32 Degrees Tournament Colors ). But if your a rec ball player who just plays on the weekends these are the balls for you, if u have the extra $$$$. There about 13-15 dollars for a bag of 500. And about 40-50 for a case of 2000
8 out of 10

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