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chimp_witha_gun Friday, June 13th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Grillz
Morphs
Flexs
Vents
Marker Setup: Evil Omen 2.0
Some weird trigger
Egg 3
VForce Profilers
Pure Energy 3000 PSI
Strengths: Looks awesome
Easy to clean
Good protection
Small
Weaknesses: Not all places are squishy
Review: I bought mine off PbNation for $10. Of course, there were some flaws. It didn't have any ears and was a little dirty. So I bought some expensive a** $20 i3 soft ears (they cost twice as much as the mask!). Takin out the crappy strap the dude gave me was a pain. Takin the lens out was easy. VForce always has made their masks the easiest to clean. All it you had to do was lift and pull the tabs out. I replaced the strap and lens with my morph's. I put the sexy leopard ears on and cleaned up the mask a little. When I first played with them people thought they looked cool. They worked great on the field and are now my main mask. All I spent was $30 and an hour to make my sh*ty mask a bad a** one.
Conclusion: Buy one of these. They look great and work well.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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