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pbmike1888 Saturday, September 22nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
pretty much anything
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion
SP Q-Lock Feedneck
Crossfire 68/4500 High Output
Empire Reloader B
J&J Edge Kit
Any barrel. this paint was between .689 and .695.
Strengths: Always Broke
Bright color
Good fill
Weaknesses: Accuracy
Bore size

Review: This was the most expensive paint of the day the field was selling. I tested to see what bore size to use. A handful of paint went through the .689 back I had. So I put that on. I had alot of breaks and it was DECENTLY accurate, but nothing to impressive. I went up to the .691 back. I had no more breaks, but it still wasn't all that accurate. My next move up to the .695 back made the accuracy even worse, but still no breaks.

Id go with a .691 back....maybe was very hot and humid when I used the paint.

The paint broke good, none of it bounced, and the fill was actually pretty decent.

This company also makes a paint called "Game" I think. It was 15 bucks a case cheaper, and I liked it a little better.
Conclusion: Nothing too impressive. Bore sizes seem to be inconsistent. I'll give the paint another shot sometime and see if anything changes.
7 out of 10

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