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Mentalmonkey10 Monday, July 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
1 year
Products Used:
Lots of paint of all decencies.
Marker Setup: Pump custom 'cocker
Mech 'Cocker
Mech Spyder
ACI hornet
Strengths: Prety round
Weaknesses: Very hard, not the best fill, dosn't break...anywhere
Review: I got this fir $30 when I despritely needed paint for the weekend. It was quite possibly the worst $30 that I have ever spent. It had a prety bad fill and wouldn't break on anything. I got a bounce off of an egg! While shooting right at the limit (280) I got 5 breaks on people all day (all of them on their markers). To emphesize (spelling?) more on the toughness of the paint, I shortstroked my 'Cocker and cought a ball half loaded in. Normally, that would be an automatic break, but instead, it just held my bolt open. (50ish lbs of pressure) This hasn't just happened once, but twice, both with the same conclusion.
Conclusion: This paint dosn't break anywhere. It is horrid. It gets a 2 for it not being egg-shaped though.
2 out of 10

Review Comments
LakeOfFire Monday, October 9th, 2006 | 7:35 pm PST
first of all. thats totally outragious. and turn up the lpr on your cocker if you really WANT to chop a ball. seriously man.

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