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Minizep Wednesday, October 18th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
-Real paintballs (obviously)
-Reballs
Marker Setup: -2004 AutoCocker ProStock w/ dropforward
-All American Barrel
-eVLution II hopper
Strengths: -Reusable
-Strong
-Hurt less
Weaknesses: -240 FPS speed cap
-price
-accuracy
-bore size
Review: these are great for skirmishes in a gym or backyard.. but you have to lube them or they are horribly inaccurate.. you also have to drop your velocity to 240 fps or the are.. again.. horribly inaccurate.. they don't hurt too much.. barely noticable welts in about a 30 foot range.. WAY to expensive for what they are inside.. I think a paintball would cot more to make.. it's a pain to lube them and wash them.. to lube I suggest mixing lube and water and shaking with the balls inside.. in a container.. then pouring out the water and letting them dry.. I'd say they are worth a try.. I will probably buy some more for testing out guns and such.. I'll give them an 8
Conclusion: These are alright.. Reballs are better but cost a bit more.. with my autococker I found they would roll out the end of my barrel.. but It wont be a problem with a spyder or spyder clone.. there worth a shot.. low velocity games only though.. so close range
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

Review Comments
spion182 Monday, November 6th, 2006 | 1:48 pm PST
why would u lube paintballs???

and you dont have to cap it at 240
   

Aiedos Monday, November 6th, 2006 | 7:27 pm PST
the balls are rolling out of the barrel because of a mismatch in bore size not because of your gun
   

scoobydooman Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007 | 11:14 pm PST
I would actually reccomend lubing with paint, I have these, did a drop with them with paint lube and other lubes, and paint worked the best. I put a pod of balls in a ziploc and put 2 balls worth of paint on em, dropped like normal balls, if you dont mind minor cleaning in your gun, it's a great way to shoot them, I haven't shot these through a gun lubed yet, but unlubed, they didnt feed whatsoever XP
   

avantshot90 Friday, July 13th, 2007 | 6:07 pm PST
i used two drops of super lube on top and two in the bottom of the pod and shook them around they fed through the halo normally
   

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