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miks Monday, May 15th, 2006
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Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Marker Setup: CCI Phantom VSC w/gauged adapter, CCM Carbon Fiber barrel kit, L-stock, ADCO Hot Shot Red Dot Sight, 3.5 oz CO2,
anything that's about .687.
Strengths: Thick fill, doesn't chop, round and consistent
Weaknesses: You get a few bounces.
Review: These balls are as perfect as you can get a paintball with the exception that they sometimes bounce. The benefit of this however is that they don't chop, and they don't bounce that much. I view it as a trade off I'm willing to accept because I'd rather get a bounce and then just shoot the person again than get a break in the barrel and have to fiddle with a big mess. The colors are bright and easy to see from across the field. The paint is thick so you have a ball that is less subject to wind disturbance and air resistance which I believe makes it go a tiny bit further. The seam is visible but small and doesn't seem to affect accuracy.
Conclusion: Accuracy is a 10. Fill is a 10. Breaking on the person is a 9. The tendency not to chop is a 10. Overall, these are 10 and my personal favorite ball. I like the orange fury.
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, May 15th, 2006 at 11:54 pm PST

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