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nordashi Monday, May 25th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
Severe Storm
Marker Setup: SP1 with 16" barrel, electronic loader (cca 20balls/sec)
smart parts 16" barrel
Strengths: Cheap, good, no paintball breaks
Weaknesses: Some of paintballs are not perfectly round.
Review: This is cheapest and best paintballs ( super price/ quality ratio) I have ever seen. Some people have Bravo One Tactical with "Cyclone" feeder and had good results (other paintballs broke inside of cyclone and had to clean whole marker).
Basicly we tested this paint (minimum 500 on each markeer) on :
SP-1, BT-4 Combat/ Rental, X7, Bravo One Tactical E-Grip, VL Orion 3
and SP-Vibe.

Whole club aggred to use this paint since its perfect for us:
No paintball breaks, compatible with all types of markers, perfect shell thickness for
woodsball yet not to thick, cheap.
We noticed that some of paintballs are not 100% round and some of them
sometimes miss the target (lets say 3 of 500).
Sterling Rec is a better paint than this but costs more and solves the "miss" problem.
Conclusion: Good and cheap paintball. Good for woodsball and for scenario play.
9 out of 10

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