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Ty29 Thursday, October 9th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Squadbuster = WAY WORSE, P&D Assault Grenade = Works almost as well, less square paint coverage, Pod Rocket = Same as P&D
Marker Setup: -ICD Promaster
-Kila Drive Board, magnetic detents, and eye covers
-Hybrid Russian Legion Grips
-CP On/Off and Clamping Feedneck
-Freak back, All American Front
Strengths: -It works!
-Easy to use
Weaknesses: -Price
Review: Let me begin by saying that this grenade is by far the best on the market. This grenade is big, and it covers quite a large area on top of that. My biggest praise for the F-bomb is that is works! When you throw it, it will go off. Not only will it go off but it will spray a confusing swirl of paint every which way. It's ideal for clearing bunkers and small rooms. I'd say it's as easy as simplying taking off the wrapper and throwing, but that's where the negative comes in. When you're in a hurry, taking off the plastic wrapper that keeps it from going off can be a hassle. The F-bomb is pretty expensive too, but most grenades are.
Conclusion: The grenade is simple to use and works everytime. It may be hard to get the wrapper off, but the trade off of the grenade covering an opponent, or 5, is way worth it. It's kind of on the expensive side as well, but all grenades are. Special Ops' F-bomb will give you more of your money's worth than any other grenade on the market.
10 out of 10

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