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cryosilver Thursday, May 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
1 year
Products Used:
Mechanix gloves - not paintball gloves, so not much protection
Marker Setup: Tippman A-5 with A2 kit from Spec Ops Paintball and coiled remote
Pure Energy 72/3000 HPA or 20 oz CO2


AGD Minimag with 14" All American Barrel, custom hopper and coiled remote
Pure Energy 72/3000 HPA or 9 oz CO2
Strengths: Cheap
Decent protection
Weaknesses: Cheaply made
Fray easily
Review: I got these gloves when I first started playing paintball and used them until they vanished on me after a party in the dorms. They were on sale, and felt comfy in the store, so I bought them.

You get what you pay for. These gloves are cheap, and will not protect your hand from a straight shot at close range, but will deflect glancing hits, and keep your knuckles safe.

Mine started fraying after a couple months, but they were perfectly functional right up until they disappeared on me. I'd but another pair, but the shop near my house doesn't carry them anymore.
Conclusion: Good gloves for the price; if you need something comfortable that will keep your hands warm and your fingers safe, this is a good value.
7 out of 10

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