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Project Reaper Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Bigboy
Squadbusters
homemade products
Marker Setup: mini stock
etek 2 with virtue board
tippman A5, 98 custom
ion with virtue
Strengths: Realistic
Weaknesses: Safety and consistancy
Review: Ok got two of these as i saw the hype on the internet and the more realistic exploding paint grenade sounded like a great idea.
Boy was i wrong, these things are problems just waiting to happen.
Most fields wont except these as they are sorta new and unsafe.
When they "explode" there actually are some shrapnel of the casing that breaks off.
Its made of plastic and that is very unsafe for people when sliding or diving into this.
Also bad for knees to be cut up.
The paint explosin is less dependable than any other paintball grenade i have ever used.
I would rather take chances of a squadbuster not going off then have one of these actually work in a bunker
Conclusion: Limitied paint distance when exploding
unsafe shell and shrapnel created when exploding
Not worth the time nor the money
Rating:
1 out of 10
 

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