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scooter7897 Wednesday, March 11th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
have used many many different kinds of paint over the years
Marker Setup: Spyder pilot acs '05: 14" tru flight barrel
low rise clamping feed neck
dye sticky grips
run on HPA 72cc 3000psi
Strengths: Cheap
Thick fill
Decent accuracy
Weaknesses: Only decent accuracy
Review: Over the years I have used just about every brand of paint thats been out. From Brass Eagle bought at wally world to the top of the line from most manufacturers. I ordered these on line simply due to price and I could choose my fill color (local field requires white fill). I was pleasently surprised with the accuracy. The fill was thick and they seemed to break upon impact. If I ever return to that certain field I would more than likely buy this paint again.
Conclusion: Nice solid product. Above average accuracy. Thick fill. Breaks on target. And above all..... CHEAP. Get low budget wonder. High quality at a low price. Highly recommend for rec play or woods ball. Might be a little pricey for team pratice.
Rating:
7 out of 10
 

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