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Zeeds6 Thursday, March 22nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
Was using RPS Premium paintballs, but not anymore the karnage are incredible compared to the premium paintballs. Well worth the price
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion, virtue board, virtue eyes, CP shorty reg, killa dents, freak barrel w/ 16" AA front, carbon fiber body, new dezigns trigger, low rise feedneck, smart parts 360 qev, redz grips,
I use a freak kit and have the .689 insert and it works great.
Strengths: Not greasy, very round, beautiful fill, good breakage or your opponent.
Weaknesses: None so far
Review: I've been using RPS premium paintballs and now I think they suck really back. I was having all kinds of breakage problems with them in the barrel, and that's after using every insert in my freak kit. Now that I have purchased tthe Karnage paintballs my problems are gone. They fly straight and I have very minimal bouncing off of players. Zero breaks in my barrel after 2 cases. These compare very well with the Nelson anarchy paintballs. I give these a 10 because I think for the price it is hard to find anything that compares.
Conclusion: Wonderful paintballs, I will continue to buy them and recommend them. Awesome
10 out of 10

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