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SpecOpsBalla Thursday, August 31st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Marker Setup: Ion
Q-Lock Feedneck
Apache Hopper
Redz Pepper Stick
Pure Energy 48ci 3000Psi N2 Tank
Strengths: Proects your face
fairly Sturdy
Weaknesses: Fogs easily
Scratches easily
Excess Paint is next to impossible to get off
Review: I got these for free along with 500 paintballs when i bought my Tippmann (Clearance sale or something at the local proshop). Anyway I didnt really know it was such a big deal on what mask you got.first time out i hade to wipe it down like mad in the Deadbox everytime i got gogged. Even after that the vision wasn't as clear as it had been before. You can not get it really dirty. It scratches really easily and is really annoying to maintain. EXTREMELY UGLY! Real bulky not very flexible. It does work at least and it'll protect your face so thers a plus.
Conclusion: If your going to only be playing some rec ball every now and again it isnt such a bad i dea but if your getting more serious get a new mask ASAP. If your buying it for over $30 your being ripped off.
Rating:
2 out of 10
 

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