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mxmtl Monday, August 15th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Ultra Evil - Brighter, Thicker Fill, Smaller Bore, More Brittle
Marker Setup: Carter Machine Half Block Sniper
+ 16" CP 2-Piece with Stiffi Tip (.693 with custom wire detent mod)
+ Dye Angel LCD Single Trigger Frame
+ Universal T-Board
+ MQ2 Valve
+ AKA 2-Liter+ Regulator
+ Eclipse POPS ASA
+ Vlocity Jr.
+ Ninja 49/4500 w/ Smart Parts SIS Reg
Recommended
Barrels:
Anything around .689 or bigger.
Strengths: Big bore,
Consistent size,
Breaks well,
Thick fill
Weaknesses: Availability: You may have to order it online ahead of time.
Review: I've tried a lot of high end paint for pump, and Nelson Anarchy has become my favorite. Ultra Evil is the only paint that compares. The main difference is that while Ultra Evil still has a brighter and thicker fill, Nelson is bigger and not as brittle. As of this review, Ultra Evil typically sizes around .683. Nelson sizes around .688. Although the fill is not as bright and as thick as Ultra Evil, it is still brighter and thicker. It is also fairly consistent over the chrono and on target. I find it easier to place my shots. For brittleness, it broke on airball bunkers, shoulders ,and backs. The only bounces I've personally seen where on arm pads. I would say it's not as brittle as Ultra Evil, but more than Marballizer.

Pricing compares to Ultra Evil. In San Diego, there are currently no local dealers that carry Nelson paint, so I had to order it online several times. Each time, it was packaged well and there were no breaks.
Conclusion: If you are looking for high end paint for pump that is big bore, consistent, marks and breaks well, I recommend you try Nelson Anarchy.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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