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More than 5 years
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All high end paints
Dye Reflex Autococker E-Blade
Bright color thats about it.
Not perfect spears, weakkkk shells, did i say weak shells! expensive for quality
The paint was used over the weekend in tournament play and will be the last time ever used (hopefully). Everyone was chopping paint, I couldnt use my cocker with either my boomstick or freak system paint was just up and down the barrel (lucky if 1 out of 6 shots would come out cleanly). Empire disapointed me in the paint department :(
Don't buy this paint for high end markers or dont buy at all cheaper paints work a whole lot better
I really can't see how it's possible that the paint you used and Ramp could even remotely be the same. This stuff is great. I've used it several times recently and I've never chopped or experienced any problems whatsoever. In fact at my local PB store the owner not only reccomended the stuff to me but also said that it's been selling through the roof.
I will be posting a review on this paint, too. Bry2k885, my buddy and I both used this paint, this weekend and it was terrible. First of all, to all those that said this was a small bore paint, I guess we got two very bad cases. It barely made it through my .692 Powerlyte Scepter insert. I got quite a few barrel breaks throughout the day. My buddy couldn't successfully shoot anything through his J&J Ceramic. He gave up totally on the Ramp. Like I said, I might have gotten unlucky, but I will never buy this paint again. So, BrutishOpus, to say that Bry2k885 is full of crap, just shows ignorance, because I AND my buddy had the same bad results.
I just shot up two bags of this over the weekend and it was small bore. In my MicroShot (.684"), they could be blown out with little force.
Chops are the marker's fault, not the paint. Barrel breaks are a function of the ball/barrel interface. Many of the reviews I'm reading here show a blatant ignorance to how to properly equip your marker with paint that fits the barrel. People shoot paint that's obviously too large or small for their given barrel and then blame it on the paint.
The stuff I shot worked great, it would break on blades of grass or twigs (literally!), and the fill was nice and thick when it hit. Though I did notice that it faded soon after.
yo streaks i totaly agree with you, just because a ball breaks does not mean it was the balls fault it just mean that ur barrel is messed up or that ur ball was too big so dont blame it on no paint that u bought . kapeash?