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Taken_4U Sunday, January 27th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
monsterballs, visible impact, draxxus procaps, and just about every paint you can buy at walmart
Marker Setup: MARKER- SP ion, ST reg, ST clamping feedneck, WGP on/off+drop forward, SP firebolt,progressive 16",
TANK- 68/45 carbon fiber crossfire hpa tank
HOPPER- halo no rip yet
Recommended
Barrels:
ive only shot them with my SP progressive barrell
Strengths: They chop less than procaps, in the cold
Weaknesses: They chop alot
Review: ok well i dont really have anyhting good to say about this paint other than it chopped less than a box of draxxus procaps. the pro caps chopped everyball and these only chopped 10 or so of every 500 bag. IMO they suck, but there is worse paint out there.

btw i was shooting this paint with my SP ion and it was about 45 outside and i do believe that played a huge part in the horrible times with it
Conclusion: I would say buy it if you are gonna be playing with a mech gun or pump and it is warmer outside 60 and up. other than that go to walmart and buy visible impact for 40$
Rating:
3 out of 10
 

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