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doomie77 Tuesday, April 14th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
Impact (not as good)
DXS Bronze (about equal)
RPS Premium (about equal, maybe a bit better)
Evil (better paint, but you pay for it)
Marker Setup: Black Invert Mini, 45/4500 Crossfire LP, Egg3
Strengths: Fragile shell for reliable breakage, bright thick fill.
Weaknesses: Not as accurate as Evil or Marbs, but for the price they kick ass.
Review: Switched to these after my local pro shop stopped carrying Draxxus. I've had pretty good luck with them. Never had a box of dimpled paint, they seem to be high quality with seams that are flush. They break on target, and break when dropped from waist height. These paintballs have a thick fill which is tough to wipe, especially the bright (neon) green. Never had a chop, never had any problems with these.
Conclusion: Pick up a box and try em'. They shoot nice and are a good value at $42/case. Giving an 8 because there are better paints out there, and giving everything a 10 just because you can defeats the purpose of this site.
8 out of 10

Review Comments
rlseuro Sunday, July 5th, 2009 | 4:50 pm PST
you used a .689 barrrel? wow, i actually tried a few with a 682 and got one or 2 chops..I guess the heat can make it expand some. But we live in a hot state.

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