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Shreckk - BW Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
None in "Winter category"
But I have tested Draxxus Blaze, Nelson Nel-Splat
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5
ProTeam - Tippmann 98/A5 Hyper Star Bolt
Red Hot A5 Power Tube w/RT hole and Delrin Bolt
TechT Cyclone Feed Lightening Rod
TechT Cyclone Feed Squishy Paddles
TechT Cyclone QEPH
16" OPSGEAR Barrel
Strengths: I'm looking for it
Weaknesses: Not accurate shots
Can break into the Cyclone or in the barrel
Review: I'm just starting to practice paintball. And I have started with this winter paintball.

And after firing more than 6000 paintballs, I am a bit disappointed.


I see two main problems :

With my new A5, with no upgrades (powertube, paddles, ....) and with a velocity between 280 and 300 fps, I have broken many balls inside the barrels.

So I decide to upgrade my marker. (see all the upgrades in my Marker Setup) and I have reduced my velocity between 260 and 280 fps. And now, no more broken balls.

I have so added an E-grip, and it's ok, still no problem.

OK, then I have checked the precision of my firing, and then..... It's amazing. :-(

Even with a Red Dot, with my marker blocked against a tree (to avoid any movement), it's really not accurate. Many balls hits around the target (above, below, on the left, on the right). I'm really desapointed
Conclusion: With this ball, you can't have a brand new marker with a velocity close to the limit if you want to avoid any broken balls.

And if you solve this problem, you will have problem of accuracy.
Rating:
3 out of 10
 

Review Comments
GoggleBoy Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 | 8:49 pm PST
Dispute:
A5s are well known for chopping paint, especially the cyclone. I've used frostbite a fair bit, in a 'Cocker, Milsig, T8 and Shocker, and played with individuals using it in Vices, Egos, DMs and several other types. The only people I know of to have issues were those using X7s and A5s. The paint works just fine, it may just be your marker that is hard on paint.
   

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