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ijinxd Sunday, September 26th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: -Invert Mini (Virtue Board, orange bolt), Stiffi 14 inch, Reloader B, PE Tank.
-Smart Parts Ion, CCM clamping feedneck, Dye Sticky 3 grips, TechT L7, 2 piece 14 inch CP barrel, 3000 psi Pure Energy tank, Evlution 2 loader.
Smaller bore.
Strengths: Brittle compared to other sub $40 paint.
Bright Fill.
Weaknesses: Extremely oily
Review: I used this paint back when I first started playing paintball. Originally I had purchased a bag of this, and a bag of Impact from Walmart. Took both out to the field and decided to give both a try. At first I thought it was a great paint. It broke most of the time, and the fill was extremely bright. I purchased another bag for backyard shooting since it was rather cheap. After doing so, I realized that this paint was not very eco-friendly. The majority of the fill consists of oil. If you shoot it at a wall/the floor, or even someones jersey, do not expect it to wash off easily (or at all). Stopped using it after realizing how oily it was.
Conclusion: For the price, just pick up a case of Visible Impact. It is usually a tad cheaper, and the new formula seems to have minimal (if any) oil.
5 out of 10

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