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Ridge Boy Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
PMI Premium (not as good)
Draxxus Blaze (better than PMI but still not as good as V1)
Empire Ngage (Same as PMI Premium)
Marker Setup: 1 of 10 Nexus Italian EGO
Recommended
Barrels:
between .684-.687
I use a .693 with all paint.
Strengths: Good shell
Thick fill
Small seams & very round
Price
Weaknesses: Get brittle in cold weather, Very brittle.
Review: This is probably the best premium paint for the price ($39 case). I've shot a good amount of V-1 within the last few months & everytime I shoot it, it gets better & better. They have a two/tone metallic shell with a thick fill, & are very consistant in size. They are a bit small tho, around .684, with very small seams.
Conclusion: Like I wrote above, they are the best premium paint for the price. The only problem I've ever had with V-1 is in cold weather. About 10 min. in the cold & your spraying paint. Not a good winter ball. Other than that, it's the perfect paint. The only other paint that I would say that's better is Karnage Tear, but Tear cost allot more.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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