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ripper02 Monday, January 8th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
-paintballs "duh"
-no other resuable type of ball
Marker Setup: Orange ANS Razor Ion
Warrior feedneck
CP Shorty
Uni- mount
Hybrid 06 Contract Killer grips
Deadly Winds Fibur barrel 14" [1 piece carbon fiber, can be swabed, and takes freak inserts]
.689 Freak insert
Strengths: Price
No lube needed
Decent accuracy
Low impact
Feeds decent sometimes
Weaknesses: Jams in hopper sometimes
Review: for the price of these, you can not go wrong. THEY DO NOT NEED TO BE OILED. they shoot great. the accuracy is that of medium grade paint. They shoot good with good bore match. They are slightly smaller then .689 but work well with that bore size. They feed rather good in my egg. they only jammed once or twice, other times were from my eggs weak propellers bending and letting 2 balls in one spot. they are great for price and shoot just fine over 240 fps...though you probably shouldnt use them over 240 if using against people....the warning is there for a reason.
Conclusion: Buy them they are cheaper then reballs and still shoot great...buyem.
8 out of 10

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