Pump-outdoor: KP2, Direct feed mod
Semi-Air Power Vector
Electro- Angel 05 speed with pepperstick. (Sold now)
It'll break anyway.
I suppose If you felt the need to paint your house it'd work great.
It only breaks when it's not supposed to.
Ok, so last march I had marched off to a winter big game. Angel 05 speed in hand, ready to play some good paintball.
After buying a bag of this pink sludge I bored it to be .689... I put together my pepperstick and whent to chrony. As soon as I dumped a pod into my egg 2 it was all bad. It left a pink oil coating inside the hopper, but at least it's velocity was consistant. On the feild I ran over to a trench and let the angel fly, but little did I know that's a stupid move. The paint flew in so many directions I was suprised it left the barrel. The whole day the pepperstick blew chunks. Every time I had headed to the pits, I found it was a barrel break... my angel was doing it's job, but the paint kept poping. I had decided that I had been underboring, and switched to a .693 back... naturally, the breaks got worse.
Another thing, even though this fill is thick, it cakes on everything. Making it stupidly easy to wipe. (Except when it's on your lens, in which case... have fun.) This stuff may seem like a great idea for cold play, but please... buy polar ice. That stuff at least stays in one peice in barrels and dosn't stain my hopper.
Final note... This crap has a horrible shelf life too. I had a pod laying around two weeks after the game, unopened. I dumped er' into the angel and let loose a string, However at 25 feet it looked more like a shotgun spread. a one and a half foot spread? WHAT? Staring into my hopper, I saw paintballs that looked like raidiation victims. They were horribly deformed and discoloured.
Iv'e shot 4 year old factory seconds with punctures in the bag and they flew straiter then this trash. I bet 62 cal paint would fly straiter. This paint Epic fails.