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Blwisianboy8969 Saturday, May 26th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
6 months
Products Used:
Nelson Hot Spots
Anarchy (the best so far)
Marker Setup: Tippmann Custom Pro
Response Trigger
Cyclone Feed
Stock 11" Werks Barrel (NEEDS TO BE UPGRADED)
I have only used my stock Werks barrel for my custom pro. It works fine but doesn't shoot at a good distance accurately.
Strengths: Cheap
Good Inside Paint
Good Container
Dark Color
Weaknesses: Inconsistent Fly Pattern
Review: I like the Zaps better than the Nelson Hot Spots but they still are pretty horrible. They come in a good container which I like to use for my other paintballs. The paint is usually pretty good and visible on contact which I like because it can be seen and not wiped away. They are also cheap at $30 for 2000 balls. The Zaps also break every time they hit. This is a necessity in a paintball. It has to break! And the last good thing is that they usually come in a dark color like black or blue with a bright orange fill. I love this cause then they cant be seen by your opponent until they are hit.

The problem with Zaps is that they tend to be weak and they dimple alot. They have a soft shell and that causes them to fly funny. Not every time but alot of the time they will swerve and it sucks when you can't hit the broad side of a barn with a paintball.
Conclusion: I recommend these paintballs for just shooting around. If you are just gonna go play or practice with some friends go ahead and buy these. They aren't bad except for the inconsitent fly pattern. But if you are going to play seriously or in a tournament I wouldn't reccomend these paintballs. They don't always fly straight and you need to be able to hit your target in a competative game. So I give these paintballs a 6 because although the pros outweigh the cons they just do not fly straight and to me that means wasted paint, CO2, and being pissed off. A paintball should fly straight!
6 out of 10

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