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Bilbo1 Wednesday, May 30th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
6 months
Products Used:
Draxxus (like the way it breaks on target, but brittle shell makes in break in marker, too)
Marbelizer (good paint, but very pricey)
White box (well, you get what you pay for)
Marker Setup: Spyder Pilot ACS w/ Revvie hopper, upped barrel, CO2
Strengths: Doesn't break in marker
Weaknesses: Doesn't break too well on people, either
Review: I bought this paint to save some money, and really had low expectations. To my surprise, it flew straight, had few dimples, and I went all day without a break or chop.
But I realized the downside when I rushed someone in a bunker. We both started shooting at the same time, and I know I hit him at least 3 times, but when it was over I had 2 hits and he had none. I watched as he checked himself and it was clear even he was amazed there was no paint there.
One thing I did notice was that the diameter of these balls was less than many other brands. It just rolled out of my barrel. Even the next step up (in quality) of Zap had a tighter fit.
Conclusion: In the end, I think this paint is a good buy, and good enough for most wood or recball. Don't think I'd use it in a tournament, though.
7 out of 10

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