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Xmarkerman Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
6 months
Products Used:
WarGear Cyclone Flexi Paddle
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5 with Response Trigger
J&J 12" Ceramic Barrel
Flatline Barrel
Polished Internals
Psychoballistics Double Trigger
TechT Vortex Mod
TechT Squishy Paddles
X-7 Low Profile Hopper
Shocktech Drop Forward
Strengths: Good quality
SOFT - key feature
Do the job
Weaknesses: None so far
Review: Also I had only one or two paintball breaks inside cyclone before getting this product I decided to upgrade to TechT Squishy Paddles as soon as production version went out for sale. Paddles seems to be well made with good fit over Vortex Mod Axle (bought Vortex Mod along with Squishy Paddles). Went through about 3 full paintball boxes including $20 no name paint box without a single break inside cyclone. Had breaks inside barrel but only when used that cheap $20 box where paintballs were shaped like eggs.
Used Squishy Paddles in temperature 35*F- 70*F. Semi-auto or in full-auto with R/T.

EDIT: After 1 year of use---works perfect, my cyclone is clean
Conclusion: Get them. They work
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 27th, 2008 at 3:26 pm PST

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