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viper144 Saturday, February 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
Different Draxxus
Inspire Fireball
All of them better
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix 7 with VLocity and SP Freak Set
Ion with EVLution 3 and SP Freak Set
Strengths: I don't think there is any chance those might ever break in your barrel.
Weaknesses: Don't Break
Inconsistent Size
Review: Well I got to use those on my local Field last weak. They only had those or some really expesive high end ones. As we were there just for fun play, we thought we could just go with the cheaper ones.

Boy were we wrong...

I got hit by those like 10 or 20 times and had just one single break after about 30 minutes of play. My hits were no better of course.

The worst thing about that was that those bouncers really hurt. I am usually far from complaining if it gets a little rough but some other guy got hit really bad on the neck. The swelling looked really ugly.

Those things don't even really break reliably if you fire from 3 meters on a concrete wall. Ok, our Markers are turned down to 214fps for legal reasons here in germany, but not breaking on concrete at more than 150 kilometers per hour is really lame.

Accurancy is about the same quality... It just is not there. One in 3 shots goes somewhere really random like 3 meters to the left or right in 15 meters distance.
Conclusion: If you can avoid using those do so at any cost! In case you can't the only working rule is to consent that whoever feels a hit is out. You are basically playing reball with one-way reballs.
2 out of 10

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