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greenmoss Monday, June 9th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Hot Box. suck
spectrum decent
JT Maxim best ive used
Marker Setup: ANS GX-5 Autococker (mech)
Freak kit
New Designs roller sear.
Evlution 3
Pure Energy 68/45
Smaller bore sized barrels
Strengths: Bang for your buck is spot on!!
Best field grade paint you can buy.
Weaknesses: Small bore.
No problems in the three cases ive used.
Review: My brother in law and I are just starting to get back into paintball after a 4 year drought. I was looking for a ball to out perform what everyone else was using (Except the millionaires cough, cough Marbilizers.) I can get this stuff for 45 bucks a case canadian. For the price vs how well the ball performs, this stuff is top shelf. Comes in different colour combos, has very thick /bright fill, It flys very straight, it breaks on virtually everything (except loose clothing) and always leaves you gun.
Conclusion: This paint will out perform any paint that fields are selling by a lot. This stuff is on the border of tournament paint. For a field grade paint this ball is #1. I will continue to use this paint for a long time!!
10 out of 10

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