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Johnsav999 Saturday, June 12th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Monster, Visible Impact
Marker Setup: X7 phenom, red dot sight, xp5 foregrip, x36 folding stock
Doesn't matter
Strengths: Strong fill
Majority of hits are breaks
Weaknesses: Sickening smell
Breaks in gun(thought not that often)
Review: I've been playing woods/scenario for about 5 years now and have used just about every kind of cheap-medium paint out there. These are alot better than monster balls which jsut plain suck. I would say that these are about the same as visible impact, which is a favorite of mine as it is cheap and good for the money. For 20 bucks for a box of 1000 at wal mart, you definately get your money's worth with these. I use them for my Phenom and A-5, which shoot them with decent accuracy. The only thing that bothers me with these is the smell. I don't know why, but these smell particuarly bad. Alsotheir shell is a bit oily, and not like higher end paint. however, i shouldn't complain at only $20 for 1000.
Conclusion: Although I wouldn't recommend this paint for tourneys, Stryker paint is fine for any woodsball game. It's fairly accurate, cheap, and not too bad on your marker.
9 out of 10

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