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Tower3003 Wednesday, June 13th, 2001
Strengths: Direct Hit paintballs are one of the paintball's of choice for rec players. They very, very, rarley break inside your barrel or hopper, and consistantly round. They fire great out of my Tippmann98. Also, they come at the low price of $38 a box.
Weaknesses: There is a few big let downs to Direct Hit paintballs, such as the fill. Yes, its bright, and yes its hard to wipe, but it stains. It is exretmly hard to get out of my cammo's, and it (the paint) would never pass a white-towel test in a touney. Also they smell...even worse than Brass Eagle, now thats saying something!
Conclusion: All in all, Direct Hit is good. However, the price does jump up about ten dollars with shipping. I'm not a tourney player (yet), so I use em' all the time. I would reccomend them, but if anyone knows a good way to get them out of my cammo, let me know.

I give them a "9" becuase despite all the little minnor defects, its still a great paintball, get them
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:22 am PST

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