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bluesboyk3 Monday, May 24th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
other various brand, most recent is cryptic.
Marker Setup: Macdev Droid
etek 2
Recommended
Barrels:
works great with lucky .689 and shaft 2 .693
Strengths: bright orange fill
shape is decent,
CHEAP $25 bux at Walmart
Decent accuracy
Brittle
Weaknesses: like mentioned before:
smells REALLY BAD !!
oil based, hard to wash
Review: I know what you guys think: he's shooting a Droid and Etek 2, why the hell he's shooting a BE bargain brand paintballs???

Well, i bought is just to shoot in my backyard, mainly for testing effiiciency and tuning my gun. When i first opened the box, holy crap, this thing smells bad. But It breaks from knee high, so it's actually pretty good. There;s not much oil residue in the bag unlike most paintballs. The shape is more uniformed than Cryptic.

I shot with my Droid and Etek2, with the later having a higher shooting pressure. I tested both with my vlocity and 4 barrels, Stiffi .689, lucky .689, shaft 2 .693 and matchstick .689. No breaks in gun or barrel suring testing. Distance from gun to target probably about 18 yds

I shot a pod from the droid and the rest with the etek2. I did some slow fire and rapid fire (2 finger walking on semi uncapped) and found out that they are pretty accurate. not the best but should i go to a field with this brand, I'd have no problem. I won't share them with anyone else though because i don't wanna be shot with this paintballs. WHY?? It is oil based. It doesn't come off with water. I have some spaltter on my fence and even after hosing it with high pressure, it wouldn't come off. Almost got into trouble with the wife because of this.

Conclusion: Overall i'd buy this because of the price (25 bux) and its brittleness. But i probably wouldn't take it into airball fields as they are tough to wash out. I'd definitely take it to regular hard bunkers and wood fields. And yeah, i will not share this with anyone unless they're on my team.
Rating:
7 out of 10Last edited on Monday, May 24th, 2010 at 5:35 pm PST
 

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