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sab541 Saturday, April 23rd, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
3 years
Products Used:
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
Smart Parts
Strengths: Consistant
Great for woodsball
Breaks on target, not in the brush.
Weaknesses: Only 2 colors.
Hard to track when firing long distance.
Review: I got this stuff on recommendation from a friend. It's expensive but not the most expensive paint out there. I've it about a dozen times now and for woodsball it's one of the best I've used. I really like how this paint will shoot through the thin brush to get to my target. I lot of the other good paint's I've used are made for speedball, which are design to break as soon as it comes into contact with most anything. The colors are limited to 2 but they both look nice but both shell choices blend well with nature which makes it hard to track as you shoot. This could be an advantage for a sniper but I play more of a run and gun style. No dimples, no breaks, no problems. Great paint for a decent price $55 retail locally for me.
Conclusion: This is great paint for woodsball, and if you own a Tippmann you can't go wrong with this stuff.
9 out of 10

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