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kevin11 Thursday, July 17th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock paddles
Marker Setup: tippmann A-5 response
14'' BT m-4 barrel
tapco car stock
squishy paddels
sight rail

tippmann 98 custom response
16' boomstick
tapco car stock
double trigger
evlution 2 w/ y-bored
rocket cocker II
drop forward

Strengths: Soft
Easy on paint
Alot of colors
Weaknesses: Expensive for some little paddles
Review: I bought the paddles at my local dealer and im kinda glad i did because im cheap and i buy monsterballs lol the hard plastic paddles were ripping the balls to nothing and it looked like a cream pie exploded in my cyclone so i went and i bought these paddles for $25 but im kinda glad i did cause i played a hole game without one break i was so happy i didnt have to clean my hopper when i got home i had some paint and co2 left over so i nonstop burned a full hopper and still didnt have a break so these is a great upgrade for anyone who buys cheap paint
Conclusion: I recommend this product for anyone with a cyclone
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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