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codedarms Sunday, October 12th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months10 of 10 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
- marbalizers
- walmart paintballs ( think recon )
Marker Setup: tippmann x7
apex barrel
well this paint is great, so any barrel will do- for flatline which i had kinda threw off my accuracy.
Strengths: Good shell
Breaks on target not in barrel - unless velocity is high
Weaknesses: Slightly unaccurate with flatline.
Sweats in bag.
Review: This paintball is great. Has bright colors, strong shell which actually breaks on target.
This ball is kinda on tha small side, so this is good for apex and flatlines.

If you do have any of the two it will do wonders. For a regular barrel it is kind of the same as any regular paintball- just that it wont chop and will break on target

It may sound like im repeating myself but this is the truth - it should not chop in your gun.

If you go to you can get 4000 of them at a good price
thats where i got mine

Ive read other ppls reviews saying that when they ordered their paintballs online some were broken in the box.. mine were not :)
Conclusion: Great paintballs worth their price about 45-50 dollars. breaks on target and not in tha gun
9 out of 10

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