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hypedonmonster Sunday, June 14th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Evil, and other high end paint.
Marker Setup: spyder vs1 with progressive barrel, vl force, and 48/3000 tank.
proto slg with stock barrel, torqe, and 48/3000 tank.
stock slg barrel or big bore like a .689 - .693
Strengths: Shell doesnt break in gun, fill is hard to wipe.
Weaknesses: Fill is hard to wipe if you get shot with it.
Review: If your looking for a very high quality paint for a few bucks more than monster balls, go with this! My feild owner plays with us and he gave me a bag of it to try out for a bag of my visible impact. you can find it anywere from $35 to $40. this paint will not break in your gun. this paint is as good if not better than Evil and a lot of other high quality paintballs for just a bit more than monster balls witch run about $29.95. if your tigh on cash, and lets face it who isnt, this is the paint for you. the only prob is when you get shot with it, it is hard to wipe witch can be a good or bad thing.
Conclusion: Great paint for the price of very cheap paint. Wont break in gun, hopper, or barrel but will break on what you shoot it at.
9 out of 10

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