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EmpirePballer25 Monday, October 20th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Draxxum Custom C from Wanna-Play Paintball - thinner shell, bright fill, more expensive
Marker Setup: Spyder Pilot ACS
14" Freak Barrel and Insert Kit
Empire Reloader B2 Loader

Tippmann 98 Custom with Flatine Barrel System
Extreme Rage Overdrive Sonic dB Paintball Loader - Smoke
A barrel with .687 bore or higher
Strengths: Thick sell and fill
Works well with Flatline Barrel - Not one break or chop!!!!
Weaknesses: None really...
Review: I bought a case of Frostbite because they were the cheapest at $40 at Wanna-Play Paintball Pro shop. The owner said that he had no complaints about them so far, which I was weary about. I decided to buy them anyways because they were the cheapest. So I used them the next day playing woodsball with some old friends. They worked great in my Spyder and I did not have one single break all day. Not even on full auto. My brother in law used the frostbite paintballs with the flatline barrel and astoundedly he did not have one break either. I've had problems before with chopping and barrel breakage with cheaper paintballs with the flatline, but the frostbite seemed to be of small enough bore and shell thickness to shoot flawlessly. They were shot in about 70-80 degree weather even though they are winter formulated. Overall If you can get your hands on a case of these for a decent price, definitely pick them up. Apparently the shop I usually get them from has temporarily changed to supplying RPS Polar Ice for $60, which is ridiculous. Maybe I will get a case for this winter to try them out but for now forget it. Look for my review of RPS Polar Ice in the next month or two!
Conclusion: But it if you can get for cheap!!!!
10 out of 10

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