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jeffreyjames Thursday, October 19th, 2006
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Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
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Products Used:
ive been playing 15yrs.....ive used or seen just about everything
Marker Setup: 2k right feed cocker(mechanical)- ans quickfire 45, twisted cocking rod, quickpull bolt, 1 of 1 milling, teardrop barrel
trracer pump-its a p.o.s
quest- stock(so far) with cp rail and on/off/bleed, 68/45
Recommended
Barrels:
whatever fits it properly! always check before you play since paint sizes change with the weather and thru out the day.
Strengths: Thick fill, great shell color, breaks well. Good prices online if you look
Weaknesses: Most stores dont carry it for some reason, large seams
Review: Its been awhile since i actually got to shoot this paint. Was a month old when i got it, had some minor dimples. Ended up sitting another 2months getting rotated once a week. Dimples came out or were minimal? shot awesome out of my mech cocker even when running long strings. broke on most anything somewhat solid, but not in the barrel. it would go thru some brush but break on pencil sized twigs. like watching little laser beams come out of your gun with the fury(orange). fun as hell to watch fly. the fill is thick and explodes on target with a super bright mark. i wouldn't quite call it toothpaste, but its pretty thick. its a peachy orange color in the fury similar to the old California magnums. others complaining about it not being bright enough are shooting the blue or yellow i think(usually not the brightest colors for any paint-yellow gets transparent and blu is usually darkish-just my experience with other paints). i was extremely happy with the performance of this paint. especially considering how long it sat before i got to shoot it. while most paints smell like ass, especially when they get older, for some reason the case i had smelled like candy.(seriously!) and it wasn't the scented kind you can get now. i wont say its the best paint ever, but its definitely up there with all the other high end paints and for alot less money. a very competitive offering from nelson
Conclusion: if you want something new to try, buy it. if you want something not everyone else is shooting, buy it. if you want a very good paint and save a little dough......buy it! buying it retail might cost you some bones since not many places carry it usually for some reason, but you can find good deals on it online. for the money you get a very good paint that performs just as good as the big names. if most fields i play weren't field paint only fields, i would buy this stuff all the time. I might buy some and head to the field paint "preferred" field and try to talk them into stocking it. i give it a 9 since you cant quite get it everywhere and it can cost in a store. not to mention paint varies by the batch and you really need to look at it before you buy it.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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