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tom509 Saturday, February 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
4 years
Products Used:
first time using reusable paintballs
Marker Setup: Jungle E-tek Ego
*D.A.R.T bolt
Halo V.35 w/ rip drive
*Pearl Empire Shell
Strengths: *Can test marker with out wasting paint
*Shoot in house
Weaknesses: *Jam alot, I mean alot
Review: I just got these about a week ago. I had never used a reusable paintball before, so my hopes were high. Unfortunatly, after airing my gun up and loading it up with the TAC balls. I began shooting at my homemade target and by the 7th ball my hopper jammed. This would happen every couple shots. The only way it would work is if i put a little handful at a time putting the balls in the little pockets in the in the drive cone. It really begins to be a pest.
Though it didnt work in my E-tek i would shoot great through my 98 except for when it would curve occasionally. But the TAC balls also couldn't be shot through my A-5. They would get stuck in the the cyclone feed right before the breech.
Conclusion: If you ware thinking about investing in reusable paintballs I would pass up the Rufus Dawg TAC balls. They are very unreliable and can only be shotten through certain electronic and gravity loaders
5 out of 10

Review Comments
AmbushOrigin Sunday, February 18th, 2007 | 7:35 pm PST
halo's jam reuseable balls alot. They need a anti-jam mod done to them. Even reballs jam like crazy. And i see halo's jam all the time with regular paint to.

Did u try turning the hopper on first, then loading the balls into the hopper? and with reuseable balls being very small bore that would be why it'd jam on the A5, since their so small they dont fit as snug as regular paintballs so when the prop spins the ball is further up causing it to get stuck in the chamber and prop.

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