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Grayf0x Friday, April 4th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
2 years0 of 4 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Better than moster,striker,bigball,and procaps.
Marker Setup: Model 98custom A.C.T (realtree hardwood camo)-16in smart parts progressive barrel,virture russian legion grips, bt spring kit, bt sealed bolt system, tippmann expansion chmaber kit

Spyder Mr1-18in barrel; ak-47 expansion chamber: t-lock for hopper

Tippmann sl-68 II
any 68cal barrel
Strengths: Very bright fill, strong shell, consistancy, and almost no dimpleling.
Weaknesses: Bright shell; enemy can see them comming.
Review: These paintballs are an amazing deal for the price 200($4.95) 500($9.95) 1000 ($17.95) 2000 ($35.95) they have a bright fill and shoot great. To this day i have never had a single one of these paintballs break in my barrels.
However these paintballs do have a bad side they are bright red and orangeish/yellow not to hard to see them comming at you, however this is not really a big problem due to the fact you can see all paintballs in flight.
These are my favorite paintballs to use they work great are cheap and dont cho or break.
Conclusion: Get these they work great and are cheap. Id give them a 9.5 but i cannot so ill round up.
10 out of 10

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