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ALLGROWNUP Wednesday, January 28th, 2009
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stingers, Xball Bronze, Blaze, JT Elite, Proball, Preminums, Heat, and more
Marker Setup: SP1, HPA, CP barrel .689
Any decent barrel, that is not too small.
Strengths: Bright thin fill round, no dimples, shoots straight
Weaknesses: Kept blowing up in the barrel when colder than 50 degrees.
Thin fill.
Review: A freind got these and told me they were crap. Well, I did not belive him because I like DXS/Procap paint. He was running co2, with a Spyder, in 25 F Degree weather. So I thought my low pressure SP1 would have better luck, plus it was 50 degrees out. I did have better luck than him, I only busted 1 in every 10 balls. Total crap.

Paint was round, and not old.

Edit!!! took the same paintballs out, in 65 degrees, and it worked perfect!! So the moral of the story. DON'T USE THIS PAINT IN COLD/COOL WEATHER!!!!!! Simply too brittle.
Conclusion: Unless I got a bad batch, simply get Stingers.

I give it a 1 in cold weather, and a 7 in warm weather. You just need to know ONLY USE IN WARMER WEATHER!!!!

I'm giving it a 7 assuming it is used in warm weather. I reserve a 10 for near perfection. They are good balls for the money, but they are not Marbs, Xball Bronze/Silver/Gold, etc..
7 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, March 29th, 2009 at 2:18 pm PST

Review Comments
btnh123 Thursday, January 29th, 2009 | 2:07 pm PST
Ok well first off from a personal user of truimph
I would like for u to clarify on how da paint blew up when almost everytime u shot and where did it blow up at? (inside da barrel, before it exited da barrel at da breach where)

see i play in southern cali and that has never even happened to me or my friends shootin truimph and we all use high-end markers and dose are really paint picky.
and since u have a sp1 u shouldn't have a problem wit dat paint
u know what u could do is that well if u have da money get a proto barrel dats a .690 bore or a .691 barrel usually if u get a slightly bigger bore size than the paintball it would not explode or before u play when its dat cold make sure dere is no dimples on da paint and ask ur paintball store dude how long have dey been dere on da shelf.

ALLGROWNUP Friday, March 27th, 2009 | 6:54 pm PST
I'm trying to update the review. In short, I play again with the paint in 65 degree weather, and it worked fine.

Turns out the paint is very brittle, and cannot handle even coolish weather.
Last edited on Friday, March 27th, 2009 at 6:56 pm PST

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