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bennim Thursday, April 3rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Diablo Heat- better, but usually more expensive
Moster Balls- worst ever used, never buy them
Marker Setup: Bt-4 Combat
J&J 12" Ceramic
BT M98 Car Stock
Recommended
Barrels:
big Bore (not a ceramic, trust me)
Strengths: Break on Target
Thick Fill
Weaknesses: BIG BORE
some dimples
seams
not round enough
Review: Well, i use these most of the tim when i play since theyre pretty cheap. Ive never really had a problem with them breaking, or shooting way off target, but i cant really say they rock.

They are big, they break in my friends barrels alot, and they are too tight without a huge bore barrel. But overall the size isnt too bad wen i used my freiends kit.

They are just hard enough not to break in the chamber, but when they impact nearly anything else, they break. It helps not wasting tons of ammo to hit a someone that you may have ehit 4 or 5 times before that,

MAny of the times i just dont have the cash to get higher grade paint, so these help in a bind.
Conclusion: Pretty good paint, great for the 35 bucks i buy them for.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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