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Thet Friday, April 28th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Shrapnel-good for $9/ 500
ZAP (cant remember the brand, but for the price, they r deffinately the best paint ive shot...)
Premium- $15/500...not worth it...
Marker Setup: 03 E1'd Autococker
Orry Tickler LPR
14" Smart Parts Freak kit
Stock shocker drop
Macroline
71/4500 3A carbonfiber N2 tank
Egg II
Recommended
Barrels:
Freak is what i used at the tourny, friend used my 12" Dye boomy... he said it rocked.
Strengths: Thick fill
Strong shell
consistent size
price
Weaknesses: Actual size of paint was different than what was printed on box... no biggie
Review: I love this paint! Bought a case at a local tourny for $40, which is awesome! used about 700 balls, and only pinched one ball, NO BREAKS ALL DAY W/ EYES OFF!!! Really thick fill, but if u shoot someone, it looks like someone nutted all over em...lol. The only thing that i didnt like was i got shot in my feedneck, which is back, and i hung our flag w/o knowing it...so i was hit... well, good!
Conclusion: Buy em! they r great value and great all around profucts.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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