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pcharris6 Thursday, June 24th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Formula 13, Nightmare, RPS Premium, Marballizer, Evil, Inka Copper, Inka SIlver, Inka Jungle
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5 with flatline, collapsible stock and RT
BT Delta Elite
Tippmann 98 Custom ACT
Strengths: Thick Shell, Affordable, Reliable, No Breaks in Gun
Weaknesses: Thick Shell, poor shelf life, poor distance breaks, Stains
Review: Okay, so basically I've been using Red Legion as a staple of my business for the past year. As far as cost goes, it's a pretty reliable but average paint, definitely better for woodsball where the thick shell allows Red Legion to get through brush to hit your opponent. It doesn't fare as well in speedball as long distance shots (between 80-100 feet I'd say) just do not break.

However, they are good in that they will not break in your gun. After seeing more than 30,000 fired off over the last year, I only ever saw one break in the gun.

The bad news is they tend to stain, especially if you leave them on clothing for more than a couple days, and they can be really hard to clean off of equipment if you leave it on for more than a few days as well.
Conclusion: It's a well manufactured product, but it's designed for woodsball. If you clean your gear soon after getting hit, you'll be fine, but otherwise, expect some awesome orange stains..
7 out of 10

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