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70times7 Wednesday, May 17th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 5 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Severe (various)
Super Swirls
This, that and the other thing
Marker Setup: A5, Flatline, Egrip, Remote line
This paint went thru the A5 and 98C flatline barrels just fine
Strengths: Reasonably thick fill
Broke properly on impact
Didn't break in the barrel(s)
Weaknesses: Price
Review: This was the field paint where we played recently. Cost was $60 per case of 2k three of us burned 1.5 cases. I bought another case at a local shop and we used that 1500 over the course of two more games a few weeks later. one case was silver/white w/ white fill, the other two were silver/pink w/ pink fill. Both ran equally well through our flatline barrels. If we had more than 3 bbl breaks out of 6K rounds I would be surprised. the rounds were round and uniform w/ a reasonably small ridge at the seam. Accuracy was reasonable, but I would rate RPS Premiums as better and Marballizers as significantly better. I do not know how these hold up over time / storage. What we used was fresh. The fill was reasonably thick ; the white seems somewhat thinner than the pink but still marks acceptably. I thought $60 was overpriced and still do; $50 or less is reasonable. But if this is the field paint available, as it was for us, it will do the job. I would rate these as a bit better than RPS Super Swirls, but not as good as RPS Premiums (accuracy is not quite as good and the fill, while acceptable is a bit thinner)
Conclusion: If you can get them fresh and cheap they are a good buy.
8 out of 10

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