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brews_crew Tuesday, March 21st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 7 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
draxxus, diablo, & empire.
Marker Setup: Indian Creek 2k3 BKO w/ Dye UltraLite 16'', Bob Long Torpedo reg, Redz mini rail, Redz ASA w/ on-off, VL Evolution 2, Pure Energy 68 cu/3000 psi w/ redz cover, & Shock Tech superfly bolt. AND SP ion w/ 14'' freak, halo, pure energy 68 cu/3000 , CCM clamp no rise.
best 1 piece i say is DYE ultralite 16in or 14in and best kit is the SP freak 14 or 16
Strengths: Slightly cheap
Weaknesses: The paint doesn't break where it's suppost too.
Review: Ive shot about 3 cases of this stuff. 2 in a bushmaster BKO with a dye UL and 1 case threw an Ion with a freak.

The cold made the paint chop. The paint has a pretty good amount of flat spots in it and on top of all that i opened a bag of 500 and poured them onto a towel (BRAND NEW) and there was a bench, chewed up paint shell in the bag. no, i didnt break one on accident, it didnt even have paint on it. it was a messed up shell.
Conclusion: Pay a little more and shoot diablo or draxxus
3 out of 10

Review Comments
battleonpaint Saturday, October 21st, 2006 | 11:45 pm PST
lol diablo and draxxus suck......perhaps you got a bad box

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