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paintedbeamer Friday, August 4th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Field Blaze- worked well, then started having consistency problems
Rampage- horrible, rarely round, thin fill
Field Nightmare- shoots well, doesn't break on target often
Marker Setup: A4
68/4500 LP Nitroduck
Halo B w/ rip drive
Recommended
Barrels:
Works well in my stock barrel
Strengths: Breaks on target
Thick fill
Shoots straight
Price ($50/case)
Weaknesses: Occasional break, nothing major
Review: This was one of the field paints that i used for a few months at the field i went to in WA state. It shoots straight, almost always breaks on target and has a thick fill that's hard to wipe off. On a good day shooting Ramp, I could easily get 25-30 eliminations (no lie) in 8 hours. I recently picked up a couple cases for a BYOP at the field I go to, and it shot fantastic all day, I was walking in shots on people all over the field.
Conclusion: I think that this paint is one of, if not the best rec paint out there. It's cheap, accurate, good quality, and breaks well on target.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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