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sab541 Saturday, April 23rd, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
Special Forces
RPS Premium
RPS Stinger
Core Prime
Core Action
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom with ACT
Smart Parts 14 in Linear Barrel
View Loader Eye Force Loader
Double Trigger kit
Remote Coil
Strengths: Nice looking
Moderately priced
Weaknesses: Breaks!!!
Review: A friend of mine gets wholesale prices on Nelson paint so I thought I'd give them a shot. Nel-Splat was my first choice because of the price. I bought a whole case and had nothing but breaks with this paint. I don't know if it's because I have a tippmann and the fact that they strike the paint a little harder when fired (so I've been told). Or maybe it's my barrel, I have a 14 inch smart parts barrel. Either way this is the only paint that I've had a consistant issue with breakages so I'm not going to be using it. It was a fresh case too, so that wasn't the issue. The friend of mine who gets the paint told me that her son has the same problem with Nel-Splat in his X-7, I should have listened too her instead of wasting the money.
Conclusion: I can't recommend this paint to anyone using a Tippmann but i suppose that a different marker might use it with no issue.
6 out of 10

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