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Lawman Tuesday, August 1st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Marbs, Evils, Premiums, X-ball (Bronze, Silver, and Gold), PMI Stinger, PMI Big Ball, Severe Cyclone, Severe Hurricane, Draxxus Rec, Blaze, GAP, Afterburner, Super Swirl.
Marker Setup: Black to Grey Dust ANS GX-3, 14" Black Evil Pipe, 12v Revvy, and a 72/4500 Crossfire stubby tank.

AND

Black Smart Parts Nerve with lpr upgrade and team board, 14" Red/Black Evil Pipe kit, Egg2 with Y-Board, 71ci 4500 psi 3A paintbal HPA tank with a Dye Rhino Bottle Cover
Recommended
Barrels:
As Always, one tht matches the size of the ball properly
Strengths: Breaks easily (also a weakness), nice fill, pretty accurate
Weaknesses: Breaks easily (also a strength), not as accurate as some other paint I've used
Review: This paint is pretty high quality. I bought a case and it was in good condition, with no dimples, and small seams on all the balls. I have run it through my SP Nerve and ANS GX-3, both with Pipe Barrels.

Accuracy- Decent Accuracy, would be on target most of the time. Better than X-Ball (all) and most rec paints. Had an occassional ball that would "shift" its flight-path along the way.

Breaking- The shell on this paint is brittle, and breaks easily on impact. It will break ob soft targets when it his, but also will break on any branches or anything else that it touches along the trajectory its following. This paint is not good for shooting through brush, and the shell just won't punch a hole to allow unobstructed firing. It would be just fine for speedball (airball) as there is nothing to have to shoot through.

Fill- Bright and even consistancy. Spreads thickly and evenly. Visible on target

Price- usually high, but I found one place that has it for $45, and thats affordable.

Durability- does not withstand higher heat and humidity climes like Florida as well as other paint, like RPS Advantaged shelled paint. I played with the Crypto (pink/blue striped shell with pink fill) in pods on my pack and in the truck (kept in ainsulated cooler to prevent heat warping). The paint had been air conditioned at home and was in good shape when poured into the pods. It swelled ever so slightly, but enough that the design on the shell was distorted noticeably. This has not happened with RPS brand paints (which I prefer over all paints) probably due to the Advantage shell. The flight trajectory was still good for most shots, but the swelling is probably the reason for the "shifting" mentioned above.

Conclusion: Not bad, pretty accurate, size consistant, with nice fill. I like Marbs better in all ways though. 9/10
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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