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IcePickist Sunday, September 12th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Impact is much better.
Monster was worse but not by much.
Marker Setup: BT TM7 with J+J Ceramic Barrel
72ci Compressed air tank on remote line.
Doesn't matter
Strengths: No Chops
Breaks appropriately .
Weaknesses: Extremely inaccurate- pattern is the size of a car.
Review: I've used Marballizers and All-Stars most of my paintball career. I started out using the old Monster balls, and kept working my way up the chain of price and quality of paint. This last week I was too low on cash to spend $70 on Marbs or Stars, so I was forced to buy the only paint the shop had which was the WPN Toxic for $50. Before my purchase I looked up these previous reviews and saw nothing but good things. With a 9.3/10 how could I go wrong?

The next day was our match (this morning) I used the last 500-600 Marbs I had left and switched to the Toxic. Immediately I saw a dramatic decrease in accuracy. At first I believed it was my barrel and I had somehow chopped a ball without knowing it. In the middle of the match I removed my barrel and squeegeed it to discover absolutely no paint came out.... I was confused and very upset. I put back on the barrel and was shot seconds after. After returning to my bench I took 20 minutes switching barrels and trying other players' barrels as well. I only found that the barrel had zero to minimal change on the terribly accuracy of these paintballs.

The next step I took was borrowing some of my buddies Impact that sells for only $30. The first shot was a sight for sore eyes. Many shots after that I only noticed a few stray shots, but for the most part the pattern was about the size of a large beach ball. I picked up a pod from a another friend of some more Marbs so we could win the last match of the day. Never again will I buy this, and I'm going to call the shop asking for a refund on the bags I did not open.
Conclusion: Don't use it unless you have nothing to lose but another $20 and self-confidence. These paintballs do not fly straight and have no pattern to their flight that can be fixed by an adjustment of aim.
3 out of 10

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