Tippmann A-5 with response Trigger, Empire 7 piece barrel kit
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Ok I bought this paint and then read some good and bad reviews about it, so I did some tests. First I did a bounce or drop test by slowly dropping this paint from various different heights until it broke, this paint broke from approximately 6 feet straight drop, pretty good I was impressed. The following day I went to my local field and played until my case of paint was gone, during the different games I did NOT break a single ball in my marker, the nice hard shell was definitley part of the reson for this, I didnt even need my squeegee all day :). Also the paint broke very well on my opponents and had a very thick fill, once againg the fill is very nice not as thick as chronic but thick enough to the point it cant be wiped and can be easily seen on your opponent. Out of the case of 2000 paintballs that I bought there were no breaks in the bags and also the paint was nice and round. I have read alot of the bad reviews about this paint and my advice to you is to buy your paint at a shop that will let you inspect the paint before you buy it, this will prevent you from getting paint that is full of dimples, flat spots, or just plain broke ball. The only reason I'm giving it a 9 is because there is probably something better out there somewhere i just have'nt found it yet.
UPDATE: I tried out the clear shell red fill version and found it to break even better on target and shoot more accurately than the pink/blue shell with the pink fill. either way both verions are an outstanding paint and i highly reccomend them.
This paint impressed the heck out of me, highly reccomend buying this paint. I also reccomend that you ensure the paint that you buy is a good match to your barrel otherwise you will think the best paint in the world is no good
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 17th, 2006 at 1:01 pm PST