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tetsuyuri Monday, March 5th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
polar ice
Marker Setup: 2006 Dynasty Shocker,
Blackheat board, Freak Barrel, NewDesign Roller Blade Trigger, Hybrid Grips, Pulse RF Chip, Cp Reg. CP Razor Drop, CP on/off rail, Pulse Loader, 68ci 3000psi Pure energy

Smart Parts Ion
, Virtue Board, Virtue Ion Lazer eyes, Smart Parts Fire bolt, 360 QEV kit, AA Barrel, Q-lock, Hybrid Grips, Kila Detents, Virtue membrain switch, Cp Reg. Cp Roller trigger, Cp Razor drop, XSV on/off rail, Empire Reloader B Hopper, 68/3000 Pure Energy Tank

Trilogy Pro Cocker
Dye Boom Stick .684, Black Magic Reg, XSV rail, Dye Air Port, 16oz CO@ with Anti Siphen tube
Recommended
Barrels:
Any Mid bore Barrel ( .684-.689 ) Works fine
Strengths: Accurate, bright paint fill,
Weaknesses: Paint gets very thick in temps below -5 degreese C
Limited Colors
Review: Been using Frostbite since it has gotten cold, and have found it to be very accurate, and reliable in cold temps. It breaks well and leaves a nice bright Orange mark. The shell is durable when using both HPA and CO2, and unlike some other winter paintballs it actually works in the cold. Feeds nice and fast, 20 plus BPS easily without breaking in the marker
The only downside is the way the fill reacts to the cold, it get thicker in temps below -5 and is a little easier to wipe, not that we wipe. And the only color available is Orange. But thats the price you have to pay for good winter paint. And at 70 bucks Canadian a box the prices is good to
Conclusion: If you play winter ball in cold temps this is the paint you need. I give it a 9 because of the lack of colors and it can be easy to wipe in really cold temps.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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